I could not navigate back to the person who enquired about this but if they google "Parkinsons Low dose naltrexone" they will find the link for past discussion of LDN on this forum
When I suggested googling Parkinsons Low dose naltrexone I literally meant
that if you use that particular phrase you will be able to navigate to the LDN discussion on this site. I know this because that's what I put in when I looked for the LDN discussion before I posted last ime. I never bother with the search facility on this forum as I've never found anything with it. There's nothing special about the words I used except that I used them with success before recommending this route. Google is a truly magical when you're looking for stuff. I once found what seemed to the very wise words of someone who thought very like me only to realise that it was me!! I hadn't quite grasped that posts here are open to the world. It was a while ago so I can't remember much about it except that therewas some sort of trial going on.
I'm interested to know more about LDN ( Low Dose Naltrexone). Just come across this thread from several years ago. Does anyone know if it can be taken alongside Madopar and Selegiline? Please let me know if you have any information. Thanks.
I'll introduce myself properly in the Introductions forum, but thought you might be interested in these sites for some LDN info:
I found a couple of people taking LDN for PD at the bottom of the list - and you can get from this page to see what other medications people are taking as well.
Yes, I read those a while ago. Just wanted to know if anyone had tried it and what was the result?