how dangerous is gabapentin to the liver
5 Jun 2010
Neurontin (gabapentin) doesn't really have any effects on the liver, and liver function doesn't affect the metabolism or clearance of gabapentin.
It is generally cleared by the renal system so if there is renal insufficiency (kidneys not working well) then the drug levels may rise in the system.
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