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im looking for info on a large capsule shaped pill that is a pinkish, orange. it either says L-FLAY or L-FLAV ## found it in my house ## Lipoflavonoid ## I use this pill 2 3x a day to control the ringing in my ears... Works for me but cost allot ## @concerned, I can confirm that the pill in question is indeed Lipo-flavenoid. Based on my research, Lipo-flavenoid is a proprietary, over-the-counter, nutrient formula created in 1961, by DSE Healthcare Solutions, which is claimed by the manufacturer to help combat tinnitus (sounds in the ears). It has not been approved by the Food and Drug Administration for this purpose. It is sold as a dietary supplement and is composed of eriodictyol glycoside (a bioflavonoid found naturally in the peel of lemons) and the following vitamins: vitamin B6 an...

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Lipoflavonoid side effects

Where can I find the side effects for lpflavonoids? ## Since this is a natural supplement, not a prescription medication, or considered a type of drug, the side effects are not really evaluated and listed anywhere. ## "Lipoflavonoid is an over-the-counter (OTC) supplement marketed for Meniere's disease with its symptoms of feeling ear fullness, dizziness, nausea and "ringing in the ears" called tinnitus. It is made up of vitamins B-1, 2, 3, 6 and 12 and other components found in B-complex vitamin supplements with the addition of 300 mg of lemon bioflavonoid complex, the active ingredient. The therapeutic effects of multivitamins like Lipoflavonoid is unproven, while possible allergic and other side effects are possible, according to the Mayo Clinic. Serious Side Effects ...

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lipoflavonoid plus

for ringing in the ears ## i have been using the lipo-flavonoid plus for the pass 3-4 months. im still hearing ringing in my ears. i take 2 tablets twice a day. is this normal for the ringing to still be there?i hope that il will get better . but the results are still the same. can you please tell me what i need to do different or do i just need to be patient. please reply thanks ## Dear Kenneth, I too have tinnitus for 2 months now and have been taking the Lipo-Flavonoid Plus for 2 months (2 caplets 3 times a day) and still have the same loud ringing....I really feel for you, it really drives me crazy especially at night. My doctor says it should take about 6 months to notice any difference. I hope he is right. Our suffering of this ringing is horrible. We just have to be patient. Lots...

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ringing in the ears

Looking for the name of a drug I have seen advertised on TV for relieving ringing in the ears. Brett Hodge ## Is it called Ring Stop? More info at: ## I have heard of Ring Stop. Does it work? What I was thinking of starts with an L? If anyone knows the name, I would appreciate it. Thanks ## Lipoflavonoid

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