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Postby Bobby » Wed Oct 13, 2004 5:57 pm

I take have taken tylenol,advil,and aleve. All these meds for pain.Any suggestions that will not interfere with Ldn? I have finished a few bottles of Tylenlol hin the last few months.I have some Darvacit, but it is a narcatic so I have not taken it.
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Anyone of those would work...

Postby JoyceF » Thu Oct 14, 2004 4:25 am

I think you'd be safe with any of those choices as long as they don't contain a narcotic you're fine. You are right to keep away from the Darvacit.
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Postby CCmom » Thu Oct 14, 2004 12:25 pm

I wish we had a really sound answer on this question. I am going to post on another board and see if one of the members there will ask Dr. Bihari, since she talks to him frequently. I do know of people who have taken narcotic based pain medications while on LDN with different results. Some say they just don't work as effectively, some say they can tell no difference. Most say that the dosage of LDN is too small to effect the result at all.

We do need an answer to this, though. It's important to know in case of an emergency situation. I had a medic alert card made for my son, but I think we all realize how few doctors actually even know what LDN is. I'll let you know if I can find out anything. We've been lucky, I guess. My son has been using LDN for 5 months and hasn't had as much as a headache.

Take care!

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Postby LarryLDN » Mon Nov 08, 2004 3:20 am

CCmom wrote:
We do need an answer to this, though. It's important to know in case of an emergency situation. I had a medic alert card made for my son, but I think we all realize how few doctors actually even know what LDN is. I'll let you know if I can find out anything. We've been lucky, I guess. My son has been using LDN for 5 months and hasn't had as much as a headache.

Take care!

Kim


For a Medic Alert card I would suggest putting down "Naltrexone 3.0 MG 1X Daily 9pm-12m" I'm sure they wouldn't know what "LDN" was.
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Postby CCmom » Mon Nov 08, 2004 8:39 am

That's what I did, Larry. Thanks. I tried to put a bracelet or necklace on him, but he got kind of cocky and asked why I just didn't have it tattooed on his forehead! Gotta love these 16 year olds!

Take care...Have a great week!

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