Provailen Side Effects?

‘Zero side effects’ is one of the main lines in the general product presentation that meets the reader’s eye when entering the Provailen official website. For an arthritis sufferer who knows the awful adverse reactions of traditional anti-arthritis medication, that is the best news ever! Yippee!

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We have researched further into the side effect information for you and this is what we found. Keep reading if you are curious:

Provailen vs. NSAIDs medication

Much of this product’s presentation consists of a comparison between Provailen and anti-inflammatory medication, usually prescribed for the treatment of arthritis symptoms. We could sum up the full comparison as follows:

  • Provailen has no side effects, unlike anti-inflammatory drugs that cause ulcers, heart attack, stroke, liver and kidney damage or bleeding in the intestines. The comparison begins with the worst or most severe of adverse reactions to NSAIDs drugs.
  • Provailen has similar efficiency to conventional drugs, but without the side effects.
  • You can follow a long term treatment without fearing unpleasant Provailen side effects.

To put it in a nutshell: Provailen WINS!

Temporary Side Effects

  • Despite the claim that Provailen causes no side effects, there is mention of some transitory effects that appear during the first weeks of product administration:
    • itching sensation;
    • red pimple-like dots;
    • increase in blood pressure;
    • dizziness;
    • headaches;
    • diarrhea.
  • The product manufacturer recommends the following to reduce the level of these effects

Serious implications

  • The transitory side effects mentioned above could prove incredibly problematic if we are to consider the fact that they may cause quite a serious health threat when the user suffers from an undiagnosed condition or from some chronic ailment.
    • What about people who suffer from hypertension or fluctuating blood pressure?
    • What about those with heart disease and neurological conditions?
    • What about two different auto-immune diseases overlapping?
    • What will the effects be like for someone who suffers from the irritable bowel syndrome?
  • There is no discussion or mention of these on the official website of the manufacturer.
  • The individual reaction to this non-conventional arthritis treatment cannot be anticipated at the individual level. Sometimes you just have to try it and see how you feel. Many people will find it acceptable to bear with a headache for a week or two but get pain relief and finally rest well at night.

Therefore, the wisest thing to do is to talk to your doctor about the possibility of more side effects that could arise.

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