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Elevated LFT results
I am planning to take Liv 52 from Dabur since my LFT readings were on the higher side. I was planning to go with a dosage of 1 in the morning and 1 in the evening, but noticed an advice to keep a gap of 3 hours with allopathic medicines and have a 30mts interval after food. I am taking medicines for Ulcerative Colitis and BP in the morning and it will be tough to have 3 Hrs interval and 30 mts food gap for Liv 52. Hence I am planning to take two Liv 52 Tablets 30 minutes after dinner. Please advise if this is fine
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The allopathy medicine which u take for ur other condition, esp ulcerative colitis may be causing damage to ur liver. So when the damage continues, there is less probability of liv 52 working as good as it does. Actually it is a very good liver rectifier. Ayurveda assess the condition in totality and gives u the best solution for all ur health condition. Treatment of one will not lead to another prob when given correctly. So it ll be a great idea to approach a experienced and qualified ayurvedic dr to address all ur health issues rather than look for a ready made solution jus for ur liver...
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Yes LIV 52 s a very good medicine. But without knowing your proper complaints history and examination it's difficult re commend any medicines or dosage.
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you can take two Live 52 DS tablets in dinner instead that would suffice the need
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Hi Please consult your nearby good ayurvedic doctor as you are on medicine of BP needs special attention. thnks
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