Juvisync comes as a tablet that is taken once a day in the evening. Before starting treatment with Juvisync, make sure to review the medication's safety information with your healthcare provider. For instance, people who have active liver disease or are taking certain drugs may not be able to take Juvisync.
(Click Juvisync for more information on this medication. This article offers an in-depth overview of this combination medicine, including details on its safety, effectiveness, and potentially serious side effects.)
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