Truvision Weight And Energy Pills And Xarelto 20 Mg

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Lala Lennon Says:

I take Xarelto 20 mg per day. I take it because I am a Factor V Leiden. Would there be any side affects if I started to take this TruVision pill for weight loss and energy. Thank you.

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David Says:

@Lala Lennon,

Sorry to hear about your Factor V Leiden clotting disorder. I truly hope that one day you'll wake up to find relief from it. Concerning possible side effects from taking TruVision, I think that's unfortunately something which can only be determined through trial and error - because we don't know how our body will react or respond to anything until we try it (whether you have a pre diagnosed condition or not). Everyone is just different in that regard. Having said this, posted below is a list of ingredients found in TruVision products:

Alpha Lipoic Acid, Chlorogenic Acid, Chromium, Copper, Magnesium, Raspberry Ketones, Selenium, Vanadium, Zinc. AMP, Dendrobium, Bitter Orange, Phenylethylamine HCL, Caffeine, Bioperine, Vitamin B-6, Vitamin B-12 and Chromium.

Of those ingredients mentioned I've only been able to look up a few of them for potential drug interactions with Xarelto (and they turned out to be fine -; but since vitamins and minerals are naturally found in a healthy diet I don't see how any of these ingredients could possibly pose a problem. Dendrobium, Phenylethylamine and a few others I'm unsure of... So it may be best to consult your doctor or an herbalist/naturopath for their opinion before moving forward.

Hope this helps!

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Trish Says:
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Did you take the pills? Have you had any side effects? I've been dizzy really badly. Just wanted to know if you had this happened to you.

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Gina Says:
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Can I take tru vision weight loss while I'm on pail and blood pressure meds?

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