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Posted by: Infoneeded | 2003-05-08

Q.

Lypolytic ( non NOMEN proprium)

Can you please help me with the use and the content of the product.

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Infoneeded, non nomen proprium means don’t label with own name. I know of no drug called lypolytic, but it sounds like it’s something that’s supposed to dissolve fat. One can only guess why a doctor would prescribe something, but he doesn’t want his patient to know what it is. The best would be to ask your pharmacist what it is and then to let me know if you still have questions. Good luck.

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