In case of each patient doctors will revise the dosage pattern and internet is not the doctor and what is given there is mere guidelines and not to be used instead of doctor's advice. You do as your doctor says and do follow up with him.
Don't go for infusion unless it is absolutely necessary... as it is just a temporary solution..
Find out the cause of low iron and get proper treatment for it..
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Oral glutathione (pills, capsules, liquid, powder, liposomal or sublingual) are generally well tolerated in the recommended doses of 500-1,000 mg/day for up to 6 months (the longest trial so far. It actually depends on your lifestyle and Metabolism. I’m actually taking a good product that I saw some results after taking it at least 2 weeks.
The gamma-glutamyl transpeptidase (GGT) test measures the amount of the enzyme GGT in your blood. Enzymes are molecules that are necessary for chemical reactions in your body. GGT functions in the body as a transport molecule, helping to move other molecules around the body. It plays a significant role in helping the liver metabolize drugs and other toxins.
Side effects of GGT level above 600
nausea or vomiting
lack of energy
jaundice, which is a yellowing of the skin
unusually dark urine
Although relatively uncommon in daily clinical practice, calcification may be found in inflammatory hepatic lesions and in benign and malignant liver neoplasms. The most common source of calcified hepatic lesions is inflammatory conditions such as granulomatous diseases (e.g., tuberculosis). And you need to treat the underlying cause