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Are there any risks in using molybdenum?

Molybdenum can worsen a copper deficiency condition, so if you have copper deficiency you should consult your doctor before taking any molybdenum supplements. Levels of molybdenum in the blood, in some cases, have been known to increase when you are suffering from kidney or liver disease. An increase in molybdenum levels in the blood can increase the risk of unwanted effects.

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