Green Sugary Liquid Substance Used To Bring Down Ammonia Levels

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whats the name of the green sugary liquid they give you to take two or three times a day for lowering ammonia levels?



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eedie Says:
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its a perscription medicine i was trying to find out thename of it

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Eedie! How are you?

It sounds like you might have been given Lactulose, it is a type of sugar that is often used to treat elevated ammonia levels.

Did you have it filled by your pharmacy? If so, they should have record of it and would be able to look it up for you.

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