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How does kozaar interact with bi-polor manic depressive treatment?

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2008-11-05 19:51:54
2008-11-05 19:51:54

It would depend on the treatment... There are interactions with lithium and valproic acid (both used for bi-polar disorder) but i'd need more info to give an accurate answer.

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