A 29-year-old male asked:
If ur an ultra-rapid metabolizer of antidepressants, is it due only to genetics, or can non-alcoholic fatty liver also contribute to rapid metabolism?
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Dr. Erik Voogdanswered
Pain Management 22 years experience
Quite the opposite: That non-alchoholic fatty liver indicates you have other problems and need to be careful of what you consume. I recommend you consult one of the companies that evaluates your genetics to determine your specific risks to best evaluate your treatment alternatives.
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