Possible Side Effects Of Lipozene
Lipozene is a dietary supplement made mostly of the fiber glucomannan. Dietary supplements aren't subject to the same testing as prescription medications, so it is unknown if Lipozene will have adverse reactions when combined with other medications. The full side side effects are also unknown because this drug was not required to go through rigorous clinical testing. It is known that glucomannan can cause bloating, gas, diarrhea, vomiting, and abdominal pain. The biggest complaint from consumers is the severe diarrhea.
Several, more serious, side effects include obstruction of the esophagus or intestines, and a decrease in blood glucose levels. People with diabetes should use extreme caution or avoid Lipozene because of its effects on glucose levels. If you notice difficulty swallowing or severe stomach pains, you should seek medical attention immediately to rule out a blockage.
As with any medication, you should consult your doctor before taking anything. There is always a risk of allergic reaction or interaction with another medication. Lipozene does slow digestion and absorption of foods and drugs, so wait several hours before taking any other medications. For some, the benefits may outweigh the risks, but be aware of the serious side effects and be sure to be under a doctors care while using this medication.