30 Jul 2012
This multivitamin can cause complications with preexisting medical conditions and should not be taken unless specifically given by your Dr.
Medical conditions that can prevent you from taking lipoflavonoids are heart conditions and high blood pressure. Do not take lipoflavonoid if you have a heart condition or high blood pressure unless your doctor recommends them.
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