Autism and Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN)

Autism and Low Dose Naltrexone

I’ve seen really good result with LDN by itself for autistic kids, and they were on other drugs, but then such a difference when as soon as they get in, parents usually say, “Oh I see the difference when I don't give it to him in the morning, and it's easy; the cream works really well.” So I agree. I mean, why not? It's really easy to try. It's pretty harmless, I mean, it is harmless, I think. And there was a brother and a sister that I also used it on, and one of them was an escape artist. The parents were like, he stopped doing that. He would actually come into the classroom and actually participate, and like carry the chair to story time, and be more interactive. And yeah, they thought it was great. But they live in Stockton and somehow with COVID, these kids stopped going to school, and so they stopped using it. But sometimes you get lost to follow up. But yeah, there are some amazing changes that happen

Answered by Pharmacist Dr Masoud Rashidi, LDN Specialist

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