That is best answered by your doctor. The guidelines for maximum dosages are just that, guidelines. Many things factor into those kinds of decisions: sex, weight + height, activity level, liver processing, other illness, other meds, behaviors as in if you can manage more or less meds, more or less often, there are many many reasons as to why a doctor will prescribe more less or exactly the same as the recommended maximum. Don't let anyone try and tell you otherwise. Medications work differently in every single person's body. Even identical twins don't react exactly the same way for many of the reasons above. Thanks, Michael
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