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Low Dose Naltrexone


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Naltrexone, a prescription drug, is "sold under the brand names ReVia and Vivitrol among others, is a medication primarily used to manage alcohol or opioid dependence." Wikipedia

There are anecdotal reports that it reduces flushing, neuropathic rosacea, neurogenic rosacea, and improves phenotype 1

Reduces Flushing
We have a post on LDN here to avoid flushing which has some additional information on that subject.  

There is a thread at RF that some are taking this for rosacea in low dose tablets, which you may want to follow. If you discovered this here at the RRDi and find low dose naltrexone helps your rosacea, can you please post in this thread this is where you learned about it and post your results here? 

Anecdotal Reports 

Judworth posts, "I have responded really well to LDN and knocked my flushing and nerve pain down by about 85%!"

Sineadrosy started a thread on this subject with others discussing their experience.

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