The past week on low-dose naltrexone as a treatment for my multiple sclerosis (MS) has given me the opportunity to make many observations, which I will share with you. First, however, let me thank all of you who took the time to comment on my previous blogs and cheer me along. You have not only given me encouragement, but food for thought. It is a strange thing to be taking a drug that very few people know anything about in this formulation for this problem - we are the experts here, in many respects, and it is crucial that we share our impressions and experiences with each other.
Overall, I think I am feeling better during the day. I have not, however, had that feeling of being a person without MS that I experienced on day 1, but looking at the big picture, it seems that fatigue is diminishing and I am getting more mileage out of my mornings before needing a nap.