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Re: Trileptal chemist

Posted by psychosage on May 23, 2004, at 20:55:20

In reply to Re: Trileptal psychosage, posted by chemist on May 21, 2004, at 23:41:16

> hello, chemist here....why is your doctor interested in liver enzyme function in re: trileptal? the sodium balance is something to watch, but trileptal is metabolized hepatically by aryl ketone reductase, thus avoiding the 10,11-epoxide intermediate that is produced with tegretol, and the monohydroxy derivative - which is the active metabolite from either drug - is yielded. you should not need liver function tests if you are taking trileptal....all the best, chemist

hi, chemist. my doctor wasn't. the liver panels were routine, and I encourage them for those under the trend of polypharmacy. Even if you take a purportedly safe drug I think it's good to keep an eye on what you can especially if you can afford to do so. Consider this: Serzone.




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