Can Diabetics Take

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I need to know if a diabetic can take
atuss hx 300 mg



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Verwon Says:

Did your doctor prescribe such? If so and you are using it under their supervision you should be fine, they would know to warn you in case of any problems to watch for, so would your pharmacist.

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