Shannon from the United States shares her Hashimoto’s & Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) Story

Shannon takes Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) for Hashimoto’s.  Her symptoms started eight years ago and she has bounced around from doctor to doctor to get a diagnosis and finally got a full panel of testing for Hashimoto’s and autoimmune disease.  Her physician was unfamiliar with LDN but once Shannon had supplied him with the information he was open-minded enough to prescribe it for her. 

Symptoms before taking LDN included joint pain, visual changes, pins and needles sensation in her eyes, bloodshot eyes, fatigue, memory issues, difficulty talking, scaly skin, hair loss, and depression.

Shannon  went on LDN July of 2012. For the first few weeks of starting LDN Shannon had sleep disturbance and a few allergy symptoms but these passed and she’s had no other issues with side effects.  Now Shannon feels like a normal person again and has no symptoms. Shannon attributes her recovery to Low Dose Naltrexone and says she can’t understand why more doctors don’t know about it.

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