Question about LDN

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Question about LDN

Postby selkie » Fri Aug 06, 2010 8:32 pm

Hi all,

I just got my Naltrexone in 50 mg tablets and have watched vidoes on youtube how to mix it.

The two women I watched said to take 1.5 ml in the morning.

Yet, I've noticed a lot of people here take it at night.

I'd wondered if I would have to stop taking Soma (for spasticity which I normally don't take till later in the day anyway) and stop drinking alcohol. (wine, one glass at night, ha)

Well, a friend told me that LDN is out of your system in 4 hours so it'd be okay to have a glass or wine in the evening & wouldn't interfere with my Soma for spasticity.

But I'm wondering now, since so many here seem to take it at night? Does it really matter when or should I just experiment?

Also, does it interact with Armour Thyroid as that MUST be taken in the morning. I can't afford to have a thyroid crash & there are several things that prevent Armour from working (like HRT, calcium, which must be taken at night so as not to interfere with Armour.)

Also it seemed that calcium carbonate as a filler caused some people trouble - does that mean you can't take calcium supplements with LDN?

Sorry if these are repeat questions, and thanks for any advice!
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Postby Algis » Fri Aug 06, 2010 8:59 pm

@selkie: by my own experience; alcohol have no effect whatsoever in what the LDN does (to me).

Furthermore; a good drink before sleep never did me any wrong; on the contrary :)

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Postby selkie » Fri Aug 06, 2010 9:18 pm

Thanks, Algis - it does seem almost everyone takes it at night. And glad I can still have my red wine, for the antioxidants of course. 8)

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