Can LDN be Compounded into a Topical or Transdermal Dosage Form?

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Topical or Transdermal Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN)

A common question patients ask our expert pharmacists is: 

Can LDN be compounded into a topical or transdermal dosage form?

The answer is Yes.

We have seen it prescribed for patients such as those who have psoriasis or eczema (topical) or joint pain (transdermal).

Only one route of administration should be used at a time. Do not combine topical and oral therapies.

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