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Does buspirone cause liver or kidney damage?

Liver or kidney damage have not been reported as a direct result of taking buspirone. However, patients with liver or kidney conditions are not candidates for taking buspirone. If you have a liver or kidney condition, buspirone's effects may be increased, because it takes a longer time for it to be removed from the body. People who are taking buspirone may have frequent lab tests done by their doctor to monitor their condition and to prevent possible side effects.

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