Or did liver failure acure. I've got hep.c my enzymes are not elevated I need to know if I should or should not take this medication with liver disease?
Look for correct justified answers by researching Liver disease warnings for Cymbalta 1st then contacting a local Gastroenterologist facility, your health department, the dept of human & health services, a free clinic, Contact the American Liver Association, the FDA, or CDC for known conflicts and recommendations/solutions or best of all make an appointment to get checked accurately by a qualified Gastroenterologist/surgeon to get correct answers for your enzymes results today and all of the other details that go into the formula to prescribe the correct medications/therapy to treat you. It seems from your question... that might not be possible so try to get some solid answers. Consider if you have an allergic reaction, a negative development, a trip to the ER or worse because of well intended misinformation let you to believe it was good information for your personal well-being to not use or use cymbalta Good luck.
- Cymbalta Information for Consumers
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- Side Effects of Cymbalta (detailed)
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