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Lucky Says:

How does compral work to lower desire for alcohol? How long do I need to take it?

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Verwon Says:

Campral contains the active ingredient Acamprosate and it is thought to work by stabilizing the chemical balance in the brain that would normally be disrupted by alcohol.

Learn more Acamprosate details here.

It may cause some possibly serious side effects, such as irregular heartbeat, low or high blood pressure and allergic reactions.

As to how long it should be taken, you should follow your doctors instructions for the best results and for your own safety.

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