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what about other prescriptions with hap c?
May 18, 2013

I have a viral load of 1,900,000 which is supposedly average but chronic hep c- I was diagnosed with ADD 5 years ago and have been taking Vyvanese- is this harmful for hep c probably so please give me an answer THANK YOU SO MUCH!

Response from Dr. Holodniy

That drug is metabolized by the liver. Hard to know or answer, as one needs to know what the extent of liver damage is. You should consult with a liver specialist.



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