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If I am lactose intolerant, can I take Naltrexone?

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24 Jul 2009

Naltrexone shouldn't bother you from being lactose intolerant.

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24 Jul 2009

The tablet quite possibly contains lactose monohydrate as a filler/bulker. You should ask the Pharmacist from where you get your prescription filled to confirm from the manufactuer if the tablets contain lactose.

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