Tramdol and LDN

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Tramdol and LDN

Postby lynnbee » Fri Jun 01, 2007 11:07 pm

Anybody have any experience taking Tramadol at the same time as taking LDN? Thanks.
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Postby watergypsy » Mon Jul 23, 2007 1:12 pm

Sorry for taking so long to reply – been off the boards for a while.

I have taken Zamodol, the slow release version, on just a couple of occasions at night when pain in my hip (sciatica?) has been really bad.

For some reason I then wake up with a horrid numb but achy feeling in my neck and shoulders which did not happen when I used Tram. or Zam. before I was taking ldn.

In case it’s relevant - I am taking only 1 mg ldn having gradually reduced from 4.5mg in an attempt to get rid of the awful spasticity the larger amount caused.

Hope this is of some help
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Ldn and spasticity?

Postby havingms » Mon Jul 23, 2007 4:17 pm

How do you know that the LDN is causing your spasticity?
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Postby watergypsy » Tue Jul 24, 2007 3:00 am

Because it was not a symptom before I began taking ldn and as I reduce the dose, it does get better. Unfortunately, even though I take only 1 mg now, the stiffness has not gone completely and still confines me to the house.

What the ldn has achieved is to remove fatigue, slurred speech, cognitive problems, bladder frequency/urgency and numbness in hands and fingers. I am grateful for that but would love to be able to walk again, even if with a stick.
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