I have been doing a lot of reading about new breakthroughs in fibro treatment. Some of them include using a medication that is for alcoholics and opiate users to help block the effects of the drug in their brain so they can stop using them. It's called LDN or naltrexone. People have had great...
Well I'm new here so thought I would post. I've had fibro for several years and like many spent the first 3 screaming WHY & trying ever drug that the big pharmaceutical companies push. I tried them all and then found an amazing Dr who was willing to work with ME & let me lead my journey.
I have no financial ties to any products mentioned here, and no association other than being a member, with any websites that I may mention. If I mention them, it is only because I, as a mother of a child diagnosed with Fibromyalgia, CRPS and CFS/ME, have found them to be helpful.
Full disclosure. I have no financial ties to any products mentioned here, and no association other than being a member, with any websites that I may mention. If I mention them, it is only because I, as a mother of a child diagnosed with Fibromyalgia, CRPS and CFS/ME, have found them to be...
I am currently on ampitryptiline for pain and sleep - helps me get back to sleep when I do wake up and seems to quiet those tingling sensations.
Like many of us I do not want to medicate because of nasty side effects...but I am looking for some help with pain. I am seeing my GP on...
:-PI've been struggling for quite some time with the meds I am taking for fibromyalgia, major depressive and anxiety disorders. Either I'm getting worse or everything is not working as well. So, I had to make a choice to keep increasing Cymbalta and Tramadol and adding more meds or find a new...
Hi I am new here.
Has anyone tried low dose naltrexone?
I take 4.5 mg per day. I take it at night.
LInk Not Allowed!
When I first went on it, a few months ago, I was euphoric because the pain just seemed to lift!
But with time the pain returned however a little milder. Even with the pain...
Anyone tried this. They did a trial study and preliminary evidence continues to show that low-dose naltrexone has a specific and clinically beneficial impact on fibromyalgia pain. The medication is widely available, inexpensive, safe, and well-tolerated. Parallel-group randomized controlled...
Hi, I am new to this forum. Have just "officially" been diagnosed with fibromyalgia or myofasical pain syndrome. I am from Saskatoon, SK. Just wondering if anyone knows of any support groups in Saskatoon. I'm currently taking Lyrica and low dose naltrexone. I have mainly upper body pain I back...