Laurie Marzell, ND - LDN Case Studies (2017 Conference) (LDN, low dose naltrexone)
Case 1 is about a 64 year old female who was diagnosed with gallbladder cancer and multiple metastases throughout her abdomen. She was expected to expire within a few months and was started on 1.5 mg of LDN, increased to 3 mg within a couple of weeks. She noticed an increase in energy right away and she started walking for exercise at a pace that many had difficulty keeping up with. She was able to visit with most of her family members, she was not in pain and although she slowly lost energy and strength, as the disease progressed, she was able to have time to visit with her family with clarity of thought, humour and better energy. She expired in the spring having survived six to eight months longer than she was expected to live.
Case 2 is about a 56-year-old female with ulcerative colitis who found relief from pain within 2 weeks of being prescribed LDN.
Case 3 is about a 56-year old female diagnosed with Osteoarthritis Bursitis and oral and vaginal lichen who tried LDN and gave up initially but tried again several years later with dosing twice a day and then had good results.
Case 4 is about a 60-year-old female who has Hashimoto's Thyroiditis Four days after starting Low Dose Naltrexone she advised that she felt better, had more energy and was sleeping better.
Case 5 is about a 55-year-old female with neuropathic pain. Her major complaint was fatigue but she was a very complicated case. Very early on after being prescribed LDN this lady started to feel better. This was quite a noteworthy case, very impressive in the outcome.
Case 6 is about a 60-year old female who presented with Psoriatic Arthritis. This ladies inflammation started to resolve within a week and is now under good control.
Case 7 is about a 55-year old woman who had tried many treatments for her Psoriasis which covered her legs from the knees down. This lady had a complete resolution of her psoriasis within months.
Case 7 is about a 52-year old female diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. After seeing a neurologist, who offered her standard drugs, she opted for LDN and her attacks of right arm tremor, loss of vision in her left eye, tinnitus, leg weakness, tingling, numbness, electric shocks down her spine and difficulty swallowing resolved and she is now symptom free.
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