CoolHandLuke8723 wrote:Posted an article on Melatonin by the Life Extension Foundation that you may find helpful. I am taking 180 mg of Melatonin before bedtime to try to suppress metastasis while I am sleeping. If you are having mets growing or expanding in size, you might want to consider following my example and start taking melatonin at night plus several times a day in an effort to suppress growth and metastasis. You can buy 60 mg melatonin capsules on Amazon - that's what I did, then I take three capsules before bedtime. As I told my oncologist yesterday, my goal is to stabilize the cancer and stop the mets - if I can make cancer a chronic condition I can live with and that doesn't grow, I can live with that since I feel fine.
Do you not have any negative side effects from melatonin especially at that doseage? No drowsiness etc?
In the UK you can only get hold of it via online pharmacies and maximum dose 3mg per tab so basically using up a box in one go if high doses are required.
My partner hasn’t taken any and doesn’t like the idea of taking any.