Lipoflavonoid is commonly known as a multivitamin. A multivitamin basically gives people an additional source of vitamins that they may be missing from their diet or because of a medical condition, such as digestive problems. Women who are pregnant are also encouraged to take lipoflavonoid because of the benefits of the vitamins for both the mother and the child.
While side effects are possible with any medication, people who have taken lipoflavonoid report little to no side effects. This of course does not mean that there is none, but with multivitamins, reactions are very rare.
Physical Side Effects
An upset stomach has been a reported side effect of taking lipoflavonoid. Headaches are also a potential side effect to taking this multivitamin.
Sensory Side Effects
Lipoflavonoid also has a reported side effect of leaving a bad or bitter taste in one's mouth after taking the vitamin.
If you experience an unexplained rash, hives, or feel swelling in your face or tongue, or your throat feels like it is closing, this might be a sign of a severe allergic reaction. It is important to notify your health care professional immediately or seek medical attention.
It is important to let your health care provider know if you are taking calcium, water pills, blood pressure medications, or certain anti-inflammatory meds, such as Aspirin or Aleve, as they can affect the way your body absorbs the lipoflavonoid.