What should I know about Depacon before taking it?

You should know about the side effects and drug interactions that Depacon may produce. Combining Depacon with certain medications could actually elevate your risk of seizures and make side effects more likely. It is important to discuss your entire medical history with your doctor before receiving an injection of Depacon. Medical conditions that may be exacerbated by Depacon include:

  • problems with bleeding
  • kidney, pancreas or liver problems
  • HIV
  • cancer
  • cytomegalovirus infection
  • high blood glycine levels
  • low blood albumin levels
  • a history of mental health problems, including alcoholism and suicidal thoughts
  • a history of coma
  • mental retardation
  • low body temperature
  • high glutamine or blood ammonia levels
  • brain disease
  • metabolic problems
  • recurring vomiting
  • irritability

Women who are pregnant, plan to become pregnant or are breastfeeding, should not take Depacon unless there are no other treatment alternatives for their condition. It is important to disclose all other medications or supplements you are taking before receiving a Depacon injection.

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