Lipovox and Pregnancy

No studies have been done on Lipovox and pregnancy, so the potential risks of taking the supplement when pregnant are not known. Although Lipovox supposedly contains extracts from "super foods," it does not mean that Lipovox is safe. Therefore, pregnant women should probably avoid the supplement. If you are considering taking Lipovox during pregnancy, talk to your healthcare provider about the possible risks.

Lipovox and Pregnancy: An Overview

Lipovox® is a supplement that claims to contain extracts from several "super foods." However, it is not known if Lipovox is safe for use during pregnancy.

Is Lipovox Safe During Pregnancy?

Lipovox has never been studied in any pregnant women (or in any animals or humans, for that matter). Just because Lipovox contains food extracts, it does not mean that it is safe. Many foods are not considered to be safe for pregnant women.
Because it is never medically necessary for a pregnant woman to take Lipovox (and because the risks are unknown), it is reasonable to recommend that pregnant women should not take Lipovox. In addition, supplements may contain contaminants or other unlisted ingredients that may not be safe for pregnant women.

Lipovox and Pregnancy: Final Thoughts

If you are pregnant and wanting to take Lipovox, it is a good idea to discuss the issue with your healthcare provider. Depending on your healthcare provider's recommendations and your own level of concern about using the supplement, you may decide that it is best to avoid Lipovox during pregnancy.
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