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Dr Ginevra Liptan - LDN Prescriber Specialising in Fibromyalgia - 23rd March 2017

Dr Ginevra Liptan - LDN Prescriber Specialising in Fibromyalgia - 23rd March 2017

About the show

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This upload was 10th in the #interview chart.

Dr. Liptan has fibromyalgia and specializes in this condition in her integrative practice.
Her approach is based on many years of experience. She evaluates the patient's symptoms and tests results to rule out other illnesses and confirm fibro. She firmly believes that it's important to address the pain, fatigue and inflammation through changes in diet, exercise, and addressing problems like candida before utilizing LDN. She points out many studies have confirmed how LDN has reduced pain and fatigue and balanced the immune system. You will understand fibro much better through this interview.
Review by Ken Bruce

Comments

Bar Rowlands

I have FM, IBS, PTSD and a prolapsed disk that has caused chronic drop foot in one leg....... I'm 48 and I live alone with a 5 year old child, I have no family or friends around and live in rural Wales and have to drive. What advice is there for someone in my situation?

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LDNRT

Thank you, I have invited Dr Liptan to join us on here :)

Kenneth Bruce

I too enjoyed this interview and will be buying her book to share with my fibro friends. I have a better understanding of why we should deal with the " rest, prepare, balance, and reduce" stages of treatment. It it important to deal with before and after starting LDN. She also stresses doing tests to exclude other possible conditions. Great doctor!

Phyllis Seals

Thoroughly enjoyed your common sense advice that can be easily understood by all.
Thanks for a great interview Dr. Liptan.

Charlotte Beaty-Thigpen

Listening to the show and o too have A concern about Candida and LDN . I knew I had a problem with chronic Candida and was treating it and started I'll be in at 1.5 mg and it really exasperated my symptoms. Which was disappointing because I was feeling the happy endorphins from the low-dose naltrexone, my question is do you think I could re-introduce it at a lower dose while treating the Candida or should I get the Candida under control and then re-introduced the LDN and at what dose ? Thank you