11 Jan 2011
That seems like an odd question. I am wondering if you are looking to cut a pill in half to save money or something. If you are just looking for the maximum amount that a person can take, it doesn't have anything to do with the highest mg pill made. There are plenty of medications that aren't available anymore in certain dosages. If its financial that's one thing, if you would like to know how much you can take it's another. Thanks, Michael
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