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are spironolact and spironolactone the same

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belinda Says:
are Spironolactone and Spironolact the same ? same ingredients?

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Verwon Says:
Yes, Spironalact is just an abbreviation.

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Slopez Says:
Is Spironolact the same as Spironolactone?

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Gloria Collins Says:
Can the drugs vytorin and spironolact be taken togeather? Is it safe for a person to be perscribe both of these drugs to be take /

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