How long should a patient be on LDN if they have long COVID?

How long should a patient be on LDN if they have long COVID?

If you're doing everything, probably three to six months. Doing all the stuff I talked about. Okay, and you'll know, you'll know if it's helping.
It's going to be a combined effort. Of course, you start one thing at a time, because you started everything at once and you had a bad reaction. What is it? You're going to have to stop and start over again anyway.

So, if you start one thing, you know, you do that for a week or two, start something else, therefore we get to start something else. Then if you start getting a bad reaction, then you know what's causing it. Right.
But long COVID can happen for years. So, three to six months, three months, you'll know if you're heading in the right direction. Six months, you get back to baseline.

The way you can tell is just stop what you're doing. Okay. And if you relapse, so to speak, you're not, you're not done yet. And sometimes it's the only way to tell there's no testing. Okay. That's going to be accurate.

So clinical acumen is what is necessary. Remember to be a clinician, you've got to use the scientific evidence. You've got to use your clinical acumen and use intuitive insight. That's what makes a clinician. Okay. And by the way, you knew the job was dangerous when you took it.

Okay. Not only do patients have, what's going on? Your, you know, scientific colleagues and other doctors that were stuck in the evidence-based medicine look down on you. I'm used to it.
I've been doing this for a long time. I'm just like, ‘Hey, when you have my, my rate of improvement with patients that you can talk to’. Okay.