Regular Use Of Omez D

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Shib Says:


Can omez D be taken when liver enzyme is more? I have acidity problem I need to take omez d after every 3 days..



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Shib! How are you?

It can have adverse effects on the liver, so it may not good for you take it, if you have elevated enzymes, already. Other possible side effects can include full liver failure, as reported by the FDA, flatulence and stomach pain.

I suggest you speak to your doctor and see if there is a safer alternative that you can take.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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