What does Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) Do for MS?

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Deanna Wingham, MD
Dr Deanna Windham

That question could be answered in a book and I would like to refer you to “The LDN Book”, specifically, chapter 2. All of my MS patients are on LDN with varying benefits. Usually, we can expect improvements in both symptoms and severity of MS, often we can reduce or eliminate other more dangerous medications, and many of my MS patients have had a decrease in MS lesions visualized on MRI of the brain and cervical spine. Results, of course, vary, and this is always used as part of a complete treatment plan which includes lifestyle and many other factors.

Answered by Dr Deanna Windham