Wartrol Side Effects

Some have asked if there are any side effects from using Wartrol. There are times where it is not advised to use wartrol.  Also, the primary ingredient is alcohol and does have a bit of that type of taste to it. If you are allergic to alcohol you may not be a good candidate for this product. Also, if you have a chronic medical condition such as diabetes, hypertension, or heart disease than it is best to consult with your doctor before beginning the use of Wartrol.

Also, if you are taking prescribed medications it is a good idea to mention to your doctor if you are taking Wartrol or wish to replace Wartrol with a prescription drug. Certain combination of prescribed medication along with over the counter medication and dietary supplements may be harmful. As an example if you were taking the prescription Coumadin along with ginkgo biloba, asprin, and vitamin E, each of these alone would not cause great harm. However, each of these substances can thin the blood. Therefore, taking these products at the same time can increase the chances of internal bleeding. It is for these types of reasons that it is advised to be mindful of the substances you are putting in your body and not put yourself at risk. It is not recommended to take Wartrol if you are currently taking medication with blood thinning properties. As always, with these or any other medical questions, it is best to consult your doctor.

Due to some of the active ingredient in Wartrol, if you are an expectant mother, or nursing a baby this product is not to be used. It is also not for people with stomach inflammation or ulcers as a result of serious live or digestive problems since some ingredients could case a gasrointestinal upset for these types of patients.

If while taking Wartrol you feel abdominal pain or diarrhea, then please discontinue using Wartrol. The same is true if you begin having nausea fatigue, fever or jaundice. This treatment is to be used as instructed and it is best to watch for any allergic or other adverse reactions.

All of this being said, I have personally not experienced any adverse side effects. Of course I don’t have a chronic heart condition nor am I pregnant. I’m sure that Wartrol may not be right for some people, so I did my best to do my homework to help you make up your own mind. All of this information can off of the Wartrol Official Website, but I tried to remove some of the jargon and make it easier to read. I hope it worked. If you have any feedback, please contact me. I would be most grateful.

Thank you for reading, and I hope for good health and great days ahead!

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