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Does LDN provide any protection against developing an autoimmune disease?
Does Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) provide any protection against developing an autoimmune disease?
In my training, LDN is not to be used prophylactically for anything, so it’s difficult to say that it’s protective. However, in my practice, I correlate patients’ symptoms with findings from standard diagnostic tools. And by applying “optimal ranges” rather than “standard reference ranges” I can often detect early signs of illness and will provide treatment for a condition before it would otherwise be conventionally diagnosed. The goal with this method is to prevent a full-blown autoimmune attack, prevent disease progression or a flare in a person who is already diagnosed with something.