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    Is it safe to take lofepramine following a liver transplant?

    0  Views: 1628 Answers: 3 Posted: 11 years ago

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    Always best to ask your doctor.

    Porky66

    Thanks. He has already prescribed me contra indicating medication on several occasions (I have only just found out) so don't really trust his reliability. (:@)
    ROMOS

    You're entitled to a second opinion.
    millie111

    Porky66...Ask your Pharmacist to "M.O.T"/Check out your possible contra`s with your script...(This is an age old problem that sometimes causes contention between Dr`s and Pharmacists)!...If you are not happy with your Dr,then you need to think about changing to another!...Good Luck.

    discuss it with the surgeon that did your liver transplant

    risky .


     



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