Would you recommend Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) for Scleritis in the Eye? Eye Drop or Oral?
Sebastian Dennison actually talked about eye issues and eye drops made with Low Dose Naltrexone. His dosing was spot on. That was during the conference last year. Yes, he described how Low Dose Naltrexone in an eye drop was working very well for a lot of patients. Whether it replaced oral, I don't recall what he exactly said. The difficulty is that when you take something orally and whether or not it actually gets to the eyeball is pretty minimal. That's primarily why we use eye drops for a lot of different things because it's more of a topical application in reducing that inflammation not necessarily a central to the eye itself You know like the inner workings of the eye. I don't think he really talked about oral in replacing one or the other. Do you remember Sam? Yeah, what I see that mostly just they've only do the eye drops and they don't take oral on top of it. That's what I've probably seen most often done. Dare I say in the LDN Book Three Sebastian has written a chapter on the use of LDN for eye conditions so that's something else to look out for.