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Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) Pharmacy, Protocol, and active provider needed

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  • Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) Pharmacy, Protocol, and active provider needed

    Hey everyone,

    I am looking for resources related to LDN. I am currently working with an ophthalmologist at the Mayo Clinic-Scottsdale AZ and she is willing to give LDN drops a shot, but as she has never prescribed them before is looking for the recipe, a pharmacy that can/is compounding, as well as another ophthalmologist that she can reach out to for a consult on typical usage.

    II have not been able to find any contact info for Dr. Rosenthal. Dr Chamberlin has only prescribed them once, and the compounding pharmacy
    Leiterís Pharmacy in California
    17 Great Oaks Blvd
    San Jose CA,95119

    Is no longer compounding the drops.

    The info below is what I have been able to find in terms f protocol.
    Qnty: 10 ml
    Dose: .0035% concentration or .5mg per drop,
    Frequency 1 drop in each eye twice daily.
    Results/response is based on the individual. If effective a response should be seen in the 2-8 week mark.

    If anyone out there knows of any resources, additional info or an active pharmacy and ophthalmologist I would be immensely grateful.


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