Plaquenil and low dose naltrexone

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  1. searchboy Well-Known Member

    Plaquenil and low dose naltrexone


    Pain level dropped from 8-9 in most joints to 1-3 in fingers and toes mainly. I'm on both MTX and LDN with good results including lower ESR and CRP.

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    Hello, I am new to this site and to LDN. This is my 22nd day. When I started this my doctor recommended that I stay on Plaquenil. Dx SLE, Sjogren's & Fibromyalgia. I would appreciate if I could get some feedback as to whether this is okay or it's better to be off of the Plaquenil. Had discontinued methotrexate prior to starting LDN. Thanks. Nov 23, 2017 Low dose naltrexone LDN is being investigated for its ability to relieve the pain of fibromyalgia Current Rheumatology Reviews, March 21, 2017. People are also considering it as a possible treatment for Crohn’s disease, multiple sclerosis, chronic fatigue syndrome and ALS aka Lou Gehrig’s disease NIPH Systematic Reviews, April 2015. I haven't heard of anyone getting worse while taking Low Dose Naltrexone. The most often reported side effects are sleep disturbances and vivid dreams, which most often go away after a short time. However, I understand that Plaquenil does have some devastating "side effects," including possible blindness!

    Whenever I speak on the topic of autoimmunity or thyroid health, it is often one of the first things I am asked about. Opioids (including the ones used in prescription pain medications such as Percocet, Dilaudid, Lortab, Vicodin as well as drugs such as heroin) attach to these same receptors and produce a similar result. Print • Free e Book: 35 Gut Recovery Recipes Low-dose Naltrexone (LDN) has been touted as a panacea by many with autoimmunity. These receptors are meant to respond to endorphins—your body’s natural “feel good” chemicals.

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  3. In contrast, low dose naltrexone 1.0-4.5 mg/d can be effectively used for autoimmune conditions, with very low side effects. How Does Low Dose Naltrexone Help With Autoimmunity? It increases endorphins and allows for interaction with certain receptors in the body, which in turn helps to regulate our cells to grow and improve immunity.

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    The therapeutic dose of low-dose Naltrexone for autoimmune conditions is typically somewhere between 1.5mg – 4.5mg. There are two main protocols used when starting someone on LDN—a slower, more gentle protocol starting at 1 mg, and a faster protocol starting at 1.5mg. Low dose naltrexone is available in tablet, liquid and cream. Typical dosage is 4.5 mg each evening between 11 pm and 1 am, unless you have multiple sclerosis. If you can not get your doctor to prescribe LDN, there may physicians across the country who regularly see patients specifically to evaluate the potential for low dose naltrexone. Dec 04, 2007 low dose naltrexone Is LDN compatible with Plaquenil? New here---hello Everyone, I just started Plaquenil 2 months ago for Sjogren's, and started taking. Levothroid for hypothyroidism. I've got my next Rheumatologist appointment next Thursday and thought. I'd ask the doctor about using LDN. Would I have to quit the

     
  4. Juggernaut New Member

    This article focuses upon hydroxychloroquine retinopathy. Chloroquine was originally used as an anti-malarial therapeutic. Hydroxychloroquine toxicity - EyeWiki Will you have Eye pain with Plaquenil - eHealthMe Plaquenil Side Effects on Your Eyes and Vision
     
  5. barney XenForo Moderator

    Plaquenil Side Effects on Your Eyes and Vision In fact, the incidence of retinal toxicity rises sharply in people that have taken it between 5 and 7 years. As a result, baseline testing should occur within the first year of taking the drug and then annually at the five-year mark.

    How Do Ophthalmologists Look for Plaquenil Damage.
     
  6. BELLABRAVO Guest

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