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VigRX Drug Interactions

When certain medications are taken in combination with VigRX, drug interactions may occur that could cause excessive bleeding and affect the way that liver enzymes metabolize these drugs. Medications that may interact with VigRX based on changes in liver enzymes include codeine, trazodone, and methadone. "Blood-thinning" drugs that may lead to interactions that cause excessive bleeding include aspirin, NSAIDs, and warfarin.

An Introduction to VigRX Interactions

Even though VigRX™ is a natural product, it can potentially interact with several medications. In fact, VigRX may cause significant interactions with many medications, too many to list entirely in this article. Most VigRX 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.
     

VigRX Interactions and 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 may inhibit the activity of some of these enzymes. This means that VigRX could increase the level of medications that are normally metabolized by these enzymes, perhaps making them more toxic.
 
Medications that may interact with VigRX based on changes in liver enzymes include, but are not limited to:
 

 

Check with your healthcare provider before combining VigRX with any of these medications.
 
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