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Flexcin Side Effects

  • If you’re considering Flexcin as a joint health supplement, you may be concerned about possible side effects of the product. As you have probably learned by now, Flexcin is an all-natural nutritional supplement that helps heal joint pain, swelling and discomfort caused by many illnesses and conditions. Since it is not a chemically based, artificial compound, it is pure and easily digested by most any system.
  • The best news, however, is that there are absolutely no negative side effects from taking this supplement – none whatsoever! The manufacturers of Flexcin have done extensive testing on the combination of natural ingredients found in the supplement. They have monintored hundreds of patients who have taken the supplement as recommended by their doctors in clinics and offices. Throughout the testing and observation periods, there have been no known side effects discovered.
  • Compared to other joint medications, including non-prescription joint medications, this is a pretty incredible claim; the best thing is that it is true. There are truly devastating side effects caused by other joint pain medications, both prescription and non-prescription varieties. Reading the bottles, you’ll find that they have negative side effects on numerous body parts, including the liver, the stomach, the kidneys and other organs.
  • That’s why all-natural Flexcin is the best choice for any joint pain, swelling, stiffness and discomfort; not only does it work, it’s completely safe.

What If I Have Allergies?

  • Many people who have allergies to certain kinds of supplements and they worry about taking a product like Flexcin. This supplement is a blend of unique ingredients, superior to any other joint health product because of its specially formulated mix of the most highly effective products.
  • The ingredients include the patented compound, CM8, which is cetyl myristoleate, a powerful supplement for lubricating joints as well as the surrounding muscle and tissue, promoting smooth movement and decreasing stiffness. It’s also a highly effective anti-inflammatory and it is terrific as a modulator of the immune system. Other active ingredients in Flexcin include bromelain, methyl sulfonyl methane complex, glucosamine sulfate potassium and collagen type II.
  • Since the active ingredients include a “sulfur” component, those with sulfa allergies sometimes worry they will be unable to take the supplement. However, there is an important distinction between sulfa and sulfur. Sulfa allergies are a concern for several painkillers and those drugs in the “sulfonyl” group with the sulfa molecular makeup. However, the sulfur component in Flexcin is not sulfa, it is sulfur, which is an important element that is vital to joint function, and does not cause allergic reactions.
  • Seafood allergies are another concern for some people since glucosamine is extracted from shellfish. However, most people are allergic to the proteins in the actual fish, not in the chitin where the protein is extracted. Check with your doctor, but people with most allergies are able to take Flexcin without any harmful effects.

Why Choose Flexcin?

  • Taking Flexcin is the healthiest thing you can do for you joints, and causes absolutely no side effects. Even most patients with allergies are able to reduce their joint pain by taking Flexcin without any complications.

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  • chester reinhardt · May 8, 2009 at 3:46 pm

    i had a bad reaction to a sulfa drug that i took for a bladder infection will this keep me from using flexcin for my joint pain

  • admin · May 9, 2009 at 12:20 pm

    If you read the bottom of this page you can see the points about sulfa allergies. You should be fine, but a consult with your dr is always recommended when it comes to any allergy.

  • Carole Blitstein · July 30, 2009 at 1:55 pm

    I am presently taking two Equate glucosamine condroitin tablets a day. Would adding the glucosamine contained in Flexcin be too much? Thank you.

  • Flexcin · July 30, 2009 at 2:07 pm

    Carole, Flexcin has the added CM8 which is what truly sets it apart from all the other products on the market. I would honestly just take the Flexcin as I think the body can only absorb so much glucosamine anyway. The CM8 gives it the edge and will help you tremendously! Let me know how it works.

  • Carole Blitstein · July 30, 2009 at 2:51 pm

    Thanks for your quick response. I’ll give it a try. You should do more advertising. Your competitors are busy.

  • diana cavuoto · August 5, 2009 at 10:05 pm

    I have psioratic arithritis, and am currently being treated, with infusion of resetanol. I have found no relief. Is this recommended and will it help me.

  • martha · October 8, 2009 at 3:13 am

    before i buy this product i was taking glucosamine and my stomach was really upset to the point that i could not take it anymore will this product due the same or will it be ok i dont want to spend money i dont have on a product that will give me really bad stomach pains

  • Flexcin · October 8, 2009 at 9:17 am

    HI Martha. I would have to say if you have an issue with glucosamine, then any product with glucosamine in it will prob give you a problem. Was that the first time you ever took glucosamine?
    The only thing I can say is that Flexcin uses the highest quality ingredients and offers a %100 money back guarantee. So if it does bother you, you can always get your money back.

  • shawn · November 7, 2009 at 4:39 pm

    I am allergic to lobster,crab, and shrimp. How do I find out if I can take this product for sure?

  • Flexcin · November 11, 2009 at 8:31 pm

    Shawn most have been just fine, but we always recommend asking your doctor about taking Flexcin.

  • Carol · January 16, 2010 at 1:15 pm

    I suffer from bone-on-bone knee main. Is Flexcin a benefit?

  • Rod · January 31, 2010 at 12:44 pm

    I am considering the purchase of Flexcin but am concerned with its anti inflamitory ingredients as I have an ulcer. Will Flexcin bother my ulcer?

  • Flexcin · January 31, 2010 at 12:48 pm

    Rod flexcin should be fine since it is all natural. We always reccomend asking your doctor when you have specific issues.

  • Jim · February 2, 2010 at 1:35 am

    Hi Flexcin:

    Have you had any customers complain about elevated blood pressure after taking Flexcin? My brother has been using your product about a month and his BP is elevated 140/102. He has had no previous BP issues. His joint pain is noticeably improved, but he is concerned about his BP.

  • Flexcin · February 11, 2010 at 5:36 pm

    Hi Jim can’t say that I have. BP issues can have many causes, I would def get a check up and see what might be causing that. As for Flexcin being the cause, I Have never come across BP issues with Flexcin.

  • Yvonne Smeltzer · March 7, 2010 at 3:33 pm

    I had been using Flexcin, and the Motion lotion cream. It worked wonderfully and I was out of pain. I used the motin lotion on my back and after about four months on the product I developed a rash. Very itchy and a little painful(no blisters) I am alergic to Shrimp and I was aware of the glucosamine in the product.

    My arthritis is in my lower back, I stopped the Flexcin capsules and lotion, I am in pain. I am considering taking the capsules again.

    I am hoping the lotion my have caused the rash. Also generally I have very sensitive skin.

    Please tell me to try the capsules again.

    I had gone to the Doctor before taking the Flexcin and told I had a little arthristis in my lower back and was given a precription for 600 mg ibuprofin.

  • Michelle · March 12, 2010 at 2:02 am

    I have been using the Flexcin Motion Lotion for the past few days and I can say it has helped my PAIN in my knee. I have had 3 scopes on my left knee and I am now have a frozen knee. I am working on it but very painful. My last surgery was in Sept of 09. My question is, would the Flexcin pills help me in straightening my knee and getting my full range of motion back?

  • Flexcin · March 16, 2010 at 4:16 pm

    Michelle and Yvonne I am glad you are having success with the motion lotion. Most people will be on the Flexcin pill then move to the lotion. To get the best results taking Flexcin with CM8 pills is your best bet and the MOtion lotion is just the icing on the cake. Michelle depending on how much scar tissue you have you may never have full motion. What did the doctors say after the surgery?

  • Michelle · March 17, 2010 at 1:53 am

    The doc says I have a little of arthritis and my physical therapist my joint moves when they move it and they feel no scar tissue and they cant understand why it will not straighten or bend back.

  • Carol · May 31, 2010 at 9:03 am

    My son has had both knees replaced with ceramic joints.Will flexcin help him recover?

  • Flexcin · May 31, 2010 at 9:09 am

    Carol how old is your son? Flexcin would help for sure. If he is young he could prob get by without it but if he is older I would highly recommend flexcin.

  • Garry · May 31, 2010 at 11:38 am

    I take Lotensin HCT for BP and Celexa or Zoloft for anxiety. Also Crestor. Will these have any adverse reactions.

  • Flexcin · May 31, 2010 at 12:02 pm

    We also suggest speaking with your doctor when using other medications. We have seen many use flexcin with other medications and be completely fine. Again flexcin is all natural so all should be well.

  • Laurel · July 22, 2010 at 10:08 am

    I saw a question from Carol on January 16, 2010 that says she has a problem with bone-on-bone knee pain, and wants to know if Flexcin will help with that. I didn’t see a response from Flexcin, and as my husband suffers from the same ailment, I am very interested to know the affect Flexcin has on bone-on-bone knee pain.

    Thank you.

  • Flexcin · July 22, 2010 at 10:18 am

    Laurel I guess it all depends on how degraded it is. We have heard from many people that had bone on bone that they felt relief. In fact go here and check out Dianne Faulconer’s story http://www.flexcinreviews.com/store/bone-on-bone.html

  • Joycee · June 5, 2011 at 5:38 am

    I have taken Aleve for several years. It is truly a miracle drug, but it has affected my kidney function which is now from a normal 60 to 38. The doctor said I am not to take any drugs similar to Aleve, aspirin, Motrin, any ibuprofens. Please answer me truthfully not as a salesman, will Flexcin with CM8 have any effect on my kidneys?

  • Judy G · March 3, 2012 at 12:21 am

    My problem is inflammation of the bicep tendons in both shoulders. Would this product help with that?

  • Admin comment by Flexcin · March 3, 2012 at 1:10 am

    Yes Flexcin helps with inflammationin all areas of the body

  • David · August 26, 2012 at 3:20 pm

    I have spondilosis of the spine basically arthritis in my spine will flexcin help?

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