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Jan 19, 2011
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Reply To LDN for Pediatric Crohn's.
by: Inna

Hello Katy and thank you for your question.

I would need to look into much more information than you gave me in your question to be able to figure this out.

He may not be growing for a couple of reasons that I can think of. It may not even be 6MP.

I would certainly try to help him.

Consider making an appointment with me and we'll figure it out. We can do it on the phone, in person or via Skype. I can send you everything you may need by mail.

LDN is just another option for symptom relief. Not a bad option at all. But as you know I want to get patients really well.

Best, Inna

Jan 19, 2011
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LDN For kids with Crohn's
by: Jeremy

Hello Katy,

Our kid is 13 years old and they told us that over 12 years old it's considered an adult so we could use LDN - low dose naltrexone.

Finding it was a problem, but we found it afterwords.

We wish you to have lots of patience and send our prayers to everyone with Crohn's.

Thanks Inna for this site.

Jeremy K. and family

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