Godex Ds

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is this the best medicine to lower the sgpt?

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josie Says:

godex ds

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en-en go Says:

My Husband is taking Godex DS as prescribed by his internest. Is there a possibility that his sgpt will back to normal after 1 week of takin Godex DS?

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mike Says:

my sgpt was 101 and i took godex ds 3x a day for 10 days and nothing happened. during the treatment i avoided any food with fats or oil. i only ate fish, vegetables and fruits. maybe that answered you question.

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John Garcia Says:

Presently Im taking Godex ds capsule 3x a day prescribe by the doctor. Can know how long it will help to lower my cholesterole in SGPT? thanks

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John Garcia Says:

Presently Im taking Godex ds capsule 3x a day prescribe by the doctor. Can I know how long it will help to lower my cholesterole in SGPT? thanks

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blue Says:

you have to take the medication for three months...it is not a miracle pill that it ten days you will acquire the normal result. i took the treatment regimen for three months.. it works. in every week i think i had 3 "cheat day"....indulgence with fried chicken, beef. since pork is not acceptable in my religion i did not eat it.

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sam soon Says:

i hav a high sgpt 1st test was 200+ then after a week 500+ but im nonreactive with all the hepa test (complete profile). i dont even have a fatty liver and my whole abdomen ultrasound are all normal. my doctor doesn't know why my sgpt test became that high. he prescribed me several medicines (Hepa-merz:3x a day, ursofalk:3x a day, and godex ds:3x a day 2 capsules each take) but due to financial problems, i can just take hepa-merz 2x a day and godex ds 3x a day with 1 capsule each take. is that ok? will those medicines help lower my sgpt?

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blain batarilan Says:

Yes brad when i take that my sgopt goes down

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ching Says:

I believe that it should be taken for 2-4 weeks to see remarkable improvement. Also, this is not a magic, you need to be religious enough in taking the med so that you can see remarkable improvements

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chig Says:

hi, i have a hepatatis since 1990 and still strong and i interested about this godex ds a want a answer or explanation pls.

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Aiva Says:
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I have a high sgpt and sgot and i am taking godex ds 3x aday. I want to take it 6x aday...is there any side effect of taking high dosage of godex ds?

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Emmanuel Says:

My Doctor prescribe me of GODEX DS 2 times a day, How long shall I used to it as a liver supplement ?

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Anj Says:
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Hi. I am currently taking Godex Ds, two tablets at once, 3x a day. My question is, can I drink beer even when I am taking these meds?

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Re: en-en go (# 2)

I took Godex ds 3x day, for almost 1year..Sgpt did not normalize. Now its 130

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Angel Says:
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No. This food supplement is not medicine. There's no approved therapeutic claim on this. Please do not buy this.

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