Low Dose Naltrexone LDN

Low Dose Naltrexone is being used worldwide for a variety of medical conditions. These range from autoimmune disease, chronic pain, mental health and cancer.

Many studies have shown that LDN is well tolerated with minimal side effects like vivid dreams and insomnia but these go away in a few days.

Low Dose Naltrexone does require a prescription. If you think LDN might be right for you, speak with your doctor or complete our LDN History Form and we can make a recommendation to your healthcare provider for you.

To learn more about LDN for Chronic Pain, Autoimmune Conditions or Mental Health, visit the links below.

Autoimmune

Chronic Pain

Mental Health

Ready to start LDN? Fill out our Patient History Form, and we can make a recommendation to your doctor for you!

Every month, we offer an informational webinar about Low Dose Naltrexone, and it’s off-label use to treat chronic pain, autoimmune conditions, mental health and more.

Interested in attending a webinar? See our schedule below – we would love to have you attend!

Our next LDN Patient Webinar will be Tuesday, July 20th at 12:00 p.m.

Want to learn more about LDN but can’t make it to a webinar? No worries – contact us and we can get you some more information!

Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) FAQs

What is LDN?

LDN stands for Low Dose Naltrexone. It is a novel treatment option being used for many medical conditions. Naltrexone is a medication that has been FDA approved for decades to treat drug and alcohol dependence but research has shown that in very small doses it can help the body work to improve many different medical conditions including chronic pain, autoimmune conditions, depression and much more.

Why doesn't my doctor know about LDN?

Naltrexone has been a generic drug that is only available as a 50mg tablet or a brand name long acting injection so no drug company can profit from promoting it for other uses.

Where can I get LDN?

You can get LDN from compounding pharmacies like ours. Since it is only available as a 50mg tablet, it needs to be compounded into the specific dose that you will need. The doses range from less than 1mg to about 10mg.

What are the side effects of LDN?

Since the dose is so low, the side effects are minimal but studies show about 10% of patients might experience things like vivid dreams, sleep disturbances, nausea, constipation or diarrhea. These mild side effects generally go away in 2-4 days.

How fast does LDN work?

LDN can start working in as little as a few weeks to a few months. It’s hard to know how someone will respond because everyone is unique. We will check in with you monthly to check on your progress and recommend dose adjustments to help you get them most benefit from LDN.

Is LDN FDA approved?

No. Naltrexone is only FDA approved for drug and alcohol abuse. LDN is compounded and there is no approval process for compounded medications.

Is LDN safe?

Many studies have shown that LDN is well tolerated with minimal side effects but you should speak with your pharmacist or healthcare provider about your specific situation.

How much does LDN cost and is it covered by insurance?

LDN ranges in cost from $45-$70 per month. It may or may not be covered by your insurance depending on your specific plan. We will check your coverage and let you know.

Why am I learning about LDN from a compounding pharmacy?

Compounding pharmacies solve medication problems by customizing medications for individual needs. Many people who seek out LDN have tried and failed or had side effects to other treatment options for their condition. Compounding pharmacies like ours work closely with patients like you and your health care provider to find a science-based treatment option that will work for you.

If I can't pick up it from your pharmacy can you mail it to me?

Yes! We can ship your LDN prescription directly to you at no additional charge.

How do I get started with LDN?

LDN does require a prescription. But you can talk to your health care provider about it. Or you can complete our LDN History Form and we can make a recommendation to your healthcare provider for you.