I am fighting a disease called Dilated Cardiomiopathy, I want to take a drug called Nefrosave containing
acetylcysteine and taurin. I want to take daily one tablet, what will be the complication and side effects, is it safe to be taken, will do any damage to renal health or else do some disturbance to my blood pressure which is kept as normal.
If possible please send infomation to my email id. shriram_kv***@****
Other Drugs that I take are - day and night cardivas3.125, day and night cardace 5 mg , aldactone day50+night25 mg, lanoxin .25mg weekly thrice, and according to my daily weight I take Lasix 10 to 40 mg. multivit and multi min tablet, 40 to 50 mg of serrapeptase once daily, magnisium 250 to 500 mg per day, B12, AND Slow release asprin daily once 75 mg
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