Why Shouldn’t I Try Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN)?
There's nothing to lose by trying LDN, in my professional opinion. I agree with that statement because it is such a low-risk and low-side-effect medication. The expense of it is really very minimal.
Do some ask if it is covered by insurance? I don't know. It really depends on the insurance plan. Some will, and some won't. To me, personally, it is worth giving Low Dose Naltrexone a shot. I've heard that from various medical providers who have previously spoken for the Research Trust. They literally advocate and say, “Give it. You've got nothing to lose.” I agree with their statement 100 percent.