Lipo-6 Interactions

Lipo-6 Interactions Explained

The following sections explain in detail the potentially negative interactions that can occur when Lipo-6 is combined with any of the drugs listed above.
Yohimbine (one of the ingredients in Lipo-6) may interact with some antidepressants. Check with your healthcare provider before taking Lipo-6 with an antidepressant medication.
Any Other Stimulants
Use caution when combining Lipo-6 with any other stimulant. The herbal supplement contains a few different stimulants, which can be dangerous when taken with other stimulants.
Aspirin or Nonsteroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs
The label warns to avoid combining Lipo-6 with aspirin or NSAIDS, unless you have checked with your healthcare provider. Some of the ingredients in Lipo-6 may increase the risk of bleeding when combined with aspirin or an NSAID.
For some people, caffeine (a component of Lipo-6) can make psychotic symptoms worse. In addition, there is some evidence that caffeine may increase the level of clozapine in your blood, which may lead to dangerous side effects. Check with your healthcare provider before combining Lipo-6 with clozapine.
Some of the stimulants in Lipo-6 and many nasal decongestants are chemically related. Therefore, taking them together may increase the risk of side effects.
Diabetes Medications
There is some evidence that caffeine (a component of Lipo-6) may affect blood sugar, although it is not clear how important this interaction may be. You may need to monitor your blood sugar more closely while taking Lipo-6.
Estrogen-Containing Hormone Replacement Therapy
The guggulsterones in Lipo-6 can act like estrogen in the body. Therefore, if you combine Lipo-6 with estrogen-containing hormone replacement therapy, this may increase your risk of side effects.
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