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Who should take Buspirone?

People with anxiety disorders or who need short term relief from anxiety symptoms may be given buspirone. It may not be safe for pregnant and breast-feeding women or patients with severe liver or kidney disease. Talk to your doctor to find out if buspirone is right for you.

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