Can Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) help Autonomic Neuropathy Caused by Small Fiber Neuropathy?
Can LDN help autonomic neuropathy caused by small fiber neuropathy? Low Dose Naltrexone has been used in a wide variety of neuropathic conditions. Any time we have a neuropathy usually there is inflammation associated with that. If you reduce the inflammation usually there's going to be some benefit to that autonomic situation, to that specific neuropathy. Possibly that disease state. We have seen Low Dose Naltrexone used in neuropathies associated with diabetes, neuropathies associated with chronic regional pain syndrome and a wide variety of conditions. LDN is not necessarily the only therapy that's being used, but it certainly has shown benefit in many patients because it reduces inflammation whenever you're using it.