With regard to L-carnitine, the Supplement Monographs published by the Physicians Desk Reference (PDR) and the Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database (NMCD), both well-known reference guidelines, report mild gastrointestinal symptoms, including nausea, vomiting, abdominal cramps, heartburn, gastritis, diarrhea, body odor, and seizures. Other sources report an increase in agitation or restlessness. Some evidence suggests L-carnitine may interfere with thyroid metabolism.
Articles in this section
- Who should consult a healthcare professional before taking TRX2?
- How does TRX2 address dihydrotestosterone (DHT) damage?
- What happens if I stop using TRX2?
- Why does it take months to see results?
- I am having a hard time swallowing the capsules because they are too big, is it possible to open the capsules and just swallow the content?
- Is TRX2 effective with Non-AGA caused baldness/hair loss?
- Is TRX2 effective with Norwood stage 5 and above?
- TRX2 and hair dyes
- TRX2 with Minoxidil
- Will TRX2 work on patients who have undergone hair transplants?