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Lipoxide is an oral medication that acts in the central nervous system and increases the effects GABA. It produces a calming effect which relieves anxiety.
Lipoxide may cause side effects, some of which may be serious. Patients taking Lipoxide should consult their health care provider immediately if they experience any of the following side effects:
It is possible to experience side effects not listed here and any issues or problems with Lipoxide should be discussed with a health care provider.
As with any medication patients should take necessary precautions. With Lipoxide it is important to be aware of the following:
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