Active ingredients: glutathione
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After research I have started taking L-glutione and I still take ibuprofen as well.becaise I have AS. Just interested if this has goes anyone to the point of not having to take the ibuprophen any longer.
hi i am suffering from vitiligo for past 3 years .. i have it on my finger tips and on feet .. had on my arms to but with the help of UVBlight therapy it got over .. now my full body has turn dark and with dark patches .. i have come a crosss this glutathione injections ... r they safe to take it ? will my vitiligo incerise ? plz help
Guys!. Just want to know what are the interactions and aide effects of taking glutathione and levothyroxine together.. Or is it possible to take it in patient like me who undergone total thyroidectomy?
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