What Are The Types Of Pills

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tammy Says:
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Been diagnosed with Globus and prescribed Levbid. Can I take it if I have a history if Wolff Parkinson White disease?



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David Says:

Hi tammy,

From what I've researched, Parkinson's does not appear to be listed as a contraindication in patients taking Levbid (Hyoscyamine). However for your own reference, I'd recommend taking a look at the contraindications mentioned in the .gov link below just in case there are any other possible discrepancies that need to be pointed out:

dailymed.nlm.nih.gov/dailymed/drugInfo.cfm?setid=9899c4b5-e520-41f3-9dbf-e7da12924dd8

On the other hand, I don't think a doctor would even prescribe something to you that you shouldn't be taking due to another type of medical condition or risk factor. Medical professional do make mistakes, but he/she should've been aware of this after reviewing your medical records. So if anything, I'd just encourage you to give your doctor a quick call for a second opinion.

Hope this info helps!

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