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Liveril Forte
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I've been dealing with a gastric ulcer problem for the past several years. Furthermore, I have a hernia, prostate enlargenment and also a small angina problem. May I take Liveril forte regularly? ## Do you take any medications regularly for these conditions? Liveril Forte is listed as containing Silymarin, antioxidants and micronutrients, but some of them can sometimes cause problems with certain medications. Learn more dietary supplement details here. Have you checked with your doctor, or pharmacist? They'd also be able to advise you. ## Is it possible to this tablet for managing blood sugar levels? ## Hello. I am a 54 year old woman and have a grade three fatty liver. What medicine should I take? Can Liveril tablets help? Please guide me. ...
Updated 12 days ago in Ulcer.
Wed, Jan 10 '18, 12:48 AM
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Liveril forte can cure constipation? Suggest me some tablets or food supplments to cure my problem ...
Updated 4 years ago in Laxative.
Sat, Oct 19 '13, 10:02 PM
Libotryp Tab
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i am 41 yrs i hv gastric problem last 3 yrs. but last 6 months heavy acid forming it goes to chest,heart,head and because of that my cholesterol level is high after many med. recently Dr. suggest liveril forte,b-zyme,rcifax 200mg,cyra-it,libotryp, ## I'm 26yrs old male. I'm suffering from loose stools(per day 5-6 times)daily and gastric problem for 5 years.I have seen Doctor she advice to take Libotry p but I'm sleepy I can't do my Office work.How I will Overcome this problem shall I stop the medication. ...
Updated 3 months ago in Cholesterol.
Wed, Oct 04 '17, 8:33 PM

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