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  • 4 Comments

    1. Gerry Wooten

      Glad to see people like you taking time to educate patients about the risks and benefits of medication!

      • admin

        Thank you so much for your comment. Education and medication is more to me than my profession; it’s my passion. I love this. I draw inspiration to write and record from all kinds of things. I believe an empowered patient is the best patient. I can’t stop. I won’t stop.

    2. Gerry Wooten

      Your thoughts on provigil? I have a friend with cirrhosis and very low energy..have heard this could help. I read that low doses could be prescribed in patients with liver disease.

      • admin

        In theory, it’s possible for Provigil to be an option. Provigil primarily works as a stimulate to keep people awake and increase mental alertness in people having a hard time focusing due to excessive sleepiness. However; because it’s a stimulate, there is a risk of over-stimulation and altered sleep patterns. Provigil is a controlled substance, there is a small chance of dependency. In a person with cirrhosis, the dose would have to be reduced to an amount more than half of the normal dose for a person with a normal liver. Provigil is worth a try, alongside good monitoring and liver function tests.


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