According to the Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database, L-carnitine, one of the major ingredients in TRX2® capsules, can increase the effects of anticoagulants. Customers taking anticoagulants therefore should check with their healthcare professional before embarking upon a regimen that includes TRX2®. With regards to the other ingredients in TRX2®, the NMCD recommends that people taking anti-diabetes drugs, people consuming large quantities of alcohol and people who have frequent attacks of gout despite uricosuric therapy should consult their healthcare professional before starting TRX2® supplementation. Of course, before taking any dietary supplement and prescription drug simultaneously, you should always consult with your doctor or healthcare professional.
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- Who should consult a healthcare professional before taking TRX2?
- How does TRX2 address dihydrotestosterone (DHT) damage?
- What happens if I stop using TRX2?
- Why does it take months to see results?
- I am having a hard time swallowing the capsules because they are too big, is it possible to open the capsules and just swallow the content?
- Is TRX2 effective with Non-AGA caused baldness/hair loss?
- Is TRX2 effective with Norwood stage 5 and above?
- TRX2 and hair dyes
- TRX2 with Minoxidil
- Will TRX2 work on patients who have undergone hair transplants?