Health warnings for Procera AVH
Even though most people do not suffer any side effects from using Procera AVH, there are certain things that can react with Procera to give you an adverse experience and even harmful side effects.
That is why it is always good to talk to your physician before starting on any new medication or supplement.
First and foremost is to ALWAYS remember to eat this after you have eaten and NOT on an empty stomach. If you take the tablets on an empty stomach you could experience an upset stomach.
Second: If you have a headache, avoid taking Procera until your headache is gone.
Third: If you take any of these medications or suffering from any of the following ailments, consult with your physician before taking Procera.
- High blood pressure
- Bi-polar disorder
- Taking MAO inhibitors
- Taking beta blockers
- Using blood thinners like warfarin, Plavix, Heparin, Coumadin, etc.
- Warning: If you are using Vitamin E, Ginkgo balbao, aspirin and ibuprofen in large doses to thin out your blood, this can react with the VIN in Procera. You should have your doctor administer a blood test called PT to make sure it is okay.
Otherwise other vitamins and supplements do not have any known side effects and many actually work quite well with Procera.
I take multiple vitamins, calcium and a few other natural supplements and I have not had any side effects at all. Is being in a better mood and happier a side effect? Eh … I will take that one.
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