20 Years

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Emran Says:


Im turning 20 on 2/9 and i have been taking orfadin since i was 6 months old.because i have been diagnosed with tyrosinemia. I was supposed to get a liver transplant but this new mediction saved me from it. I take 48mg twice a day. Doctor prescribed but i feel it is too much. Thoughts?



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Verwon Says:

I think that in such a situation, with such a dangerous medical issue, that your best and safest bet is to follow your doctor's instructions, because they are going to know more than anyone else.

Learn more Orfadin details here.

If they've kept you from needing a transplant for this long, I'd say they're doing pretty well, so far.

And congratulations to you on such and I hope you have a fantastic 20th birthday.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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SANTOSH Says:

DO YOU NEED A PRESCRIPTION FOR NITISINONE CAPSULES? PLEASE CAN U GUIDE ME? ......MY FAMILY IS IN DANGER DUE TO THIS DISEASE.....PLEASE

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