Low Dose Naltrexone for Hashimoto’s
3. How Long have you taken Low Dose naltrexone?
under 3 months
3 - 6 months
6 - 12 months
1 - 2 years
2 - 3 years
over 3 years
4. What Symptoms have improved due to Low Dose Naltrexone?
1. Fatigue, muscle pain, headache frequency2. Muscle pain3. Pain, fatigue, brain fog, gingivitis4. Energy, sleep, concentration, coordination, general immunity, killed off a lot of bartonella from the immune stimulation5. None6. Heart rate, fatigue, swelling7. Don’t feel as cold, don’t sweat anymore, sleep better8. Sleep, pain, lowered synthroid dosage9. Energy levels10. Recovered or normalized weak muscles on left side of body, most lesions in brain healed, body is now utilizing more thyorid hormone11. Tiredness12. Felt better and more energetic13. Extreme muscle pain, energy, quality of life14. Fibro joint pain and muscle pain15. Balance is better, energy is better, mood is better16. Not sure yet, still taking armour thyroid, will be seeing my Dr. Soon becaus ei sometimes feel hyperthyroid now17. More energy during the day, less fatigue, reduced inflammation in body
18. Fatigue, inability to exercise, mood, PMS19. Energy and sleep20. None as of yet
21. I've only taken it for a few days, so it's hard to tel . I woke up the morning after my first does feeling real y relaxed, and the pain from muscle tension I had been experiencing had subsided. Also, I have felt warmer since taking it (with Hashimoto's, I am usual y cold). My pulse rate has been a little bit higher. These things make me feel like my thyroid is working better. It hasn't been long enough for me to observe bigger picture effects on my immune symptoms yet.
24. pain, fatigue, brain fog, tremors, muscle atrophy, stamina, strength and much more are greatly improved from taking LDN.
25. Less pain and fatigue, more energy and clearer thinking26. Stamina, PMS, depression
27. All Hypo symptoms! Cold, lethargy, weight gain, depression, Reverse T3 issue, adrenals improved, lowered high cortisol, helped with Celiac Disease.
28. sleeping, al around feeling better, no nausea at night no anxiety feeling at night29. painful breasts during pre menstrual period less froggy if I miss a night of sleep a little bit less pain due to muscle & joint problems30. Pain fatigue brain fog muscle strength al ergies and many more al doing better :)31. Better energy, able to feel happy seems like multiple food and chemical sensitivities less thyroid swel ing less
5. Have you noticed specific side effects or symptoms that have worsened from Low Dose Naltrexone?
5. just have to keep the candida in check.
6. nightmares in the first weeks and during raising of dose I put on 5 kg of
weight since I started on LDN (before I was underweight, but constant for
7. First 2 weeks hyper symptoms had to lower dose of NTH
8. some numbness in hands? occasional sharp pain in head?
10. Sleep wel for a few hours - stil waking too early
11. occasional heartburn from the liquid LDN suspension, insomnia with
horrid body and joint/tendon/ligament pain when I take it too close to
12. Felt worse and not in a good healing crisis type of way when I tried
4.5mg. Doctor keeps me at 3mg, though I have no MS diagnosis, and no
13. Not an LDN issue, but I had just high-normal TSH and low-normal T3.
Switched from Nature-Throid to kelp before LDN, have dropped from 4
capsules of kelp a day to 2-3 max capsule of kelp since LDN.
6. What has been the most effective maintenance dosage of Low Dose
1 mg or less
7. Which have been the most effective times of day to take Low Dose Naltrexone? (OK to check more than one box)
8. Have you needed to reduce your dose of thyroid replacement due to the use of Low Dose Naltrexone?
9. Have your antithyroid antibodies (TPO, TG, TSI) reduced due to your
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