VigRX Plus Drug Interactions

Many medications could negatively interact with VigRX Plus. Drug interactions with this herbal supplement can cause potentially dangerous complications, such as internal bleeding, altered blood sugar levels, and a decreased ability of the liver to metabolize certain medications (causing toxicity). Some of the medications that may cause negative interactions with VigRX Plus include nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, beta blockers, and warfarin.

An Introduction to VigRX Plus Interactions

Even though VigRX Plus™ is a "natural" product, it can potentially interact with many medications. In fact, VigRX Plus may cause significant interactions with many medications, too many to list here. VigRX Plus drug interactions fall into the following categories:
 
  • Interactions that affect the way liver enzymes metabolize other drugs
  • Interactions that can cause excessive bleeding
  • Other miscellaneous drug interactions.
     

Drug Interactions With VigRX Plus and the Effect on Liver Enzymes

Many medications are metabolized (broken down) by enzymes in the liver. There are several different types of these enzymes. Research suggests that ginseng and ginkgo biloba (two of the active ingredients in VigRX Plus) may slow down the activity of some of these enzymes. This means that VigRX Plus could increase the level of medications that are normally metabolized by these enzymes, perhaps making them more toxic. If you take any medications, check with your healthcare provider or pharmacist before taking VigRX Plus (it is a good idea to specifically mention the ginseng and ginkgo content).
 
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