Changed my life

Really bad RA started antibiotic protocol was on for 3 yrs. A doctor introduced me to LOW DOSE NALTREXONE in 3 days I had my life back with no side effects. I have been on this for 4.5 yrs at a dose of 1.5 mg started at .05 mg I should be at 4.0, but I feel good where I am. I get it compounded to a liquid,
Cost is about $45.00 a month. Do yourself a favor and look it up, you have nothing to loose and knowledge is power. The Mayo Clinic has done a lot of research and they are impressed. Good luck

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  • farmwife
    7 months ago

    Hello justmebabs, I am new here and I just read your post from 7 months ago when you started taking naltrexone. I have just started this treatment and I wondered how it worked for you? Did you have a lot of success with it and were you able to get off of any other meds you may have been on?

  • justmebabs
    1 year ago

    I just started naltrexone I’m so excited to do this I have ra and sogrens and drug sensitive to the harmful toxins with other medications I couldn’t take . I stumbled upon this medications study and was so intrigued . Contacted my doctor once I seen the part of normalizing the immune system .. I took my first 3mg dose last night and I’ll take that for 15 days then to the 4 mg dose .. So far no reactions I’ll try and keep everyone updated on how this goes ..I’ve read it’s very quick acting that you get your life back in a few days of feeling better taking it. I’m praying this works there’s so many people who can have better lives .. I’ve had my auto immune diseases for over 20 years and it’s time to live my life without all this pain. Good luck to everyone who tries it .

  • Freethinker28
    2 years ago

    Hello, thank you for sharing your story. I have also been using antibiotic protocol therapy for the last 9 months. I cannot express the change that have made in my life. I was diagnosed 3 yrs ago (RF of 88) and I was controlling my flares with diet, lots of exercise and various supplements (mainly Turmeric, Omega-3 oils and others). That was keeping my RA stable and flare-free most of the time, but I knew there had to be something that would put my RA in remission. I found an article about using AP therapy and that’s how I started on this path. I intend to be in this regime until my RA is completely in remission (hopefully very soon), and my doctor says that I would have to stay on a very, very low dose as maintenance. My actual RF as of last week is 22 and I am mostly symptom free. I wish everyone suffering from this terrible disease the best. Never give up and continue researching until you find what works for you. Good luck!

  • Lauren Tucker moderator
    2 years ago

    gb219,
    Thanks so much for sharing your story with us. We are glad to hear that you are feeling better. We do encourage our members to keep in mind that different treatments work differently for different people, but we are glad to hear about your experience and that you are feeling better. Thanks for being part of the community.
    Best,
    Lauren (RheumatoidArthritis.net Team)

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