In very rare cases there could be some side effects such as upset stomach, diarrhea, halitosis, fishy taste, dyspepsia, nausea, pain, mild skin rash, belching, and white stools. In more extreme cases there could be fever, chills, body aches, flu symptoms, chest pain, uneven heartbeats. If you have any adverse reaction, reduce the dose to 1 capsule for two weeks and if symptoms persist, consult with your doctor.
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- Can children consume Kryom?
- Can I consume Kryom if I am taking birth control pills?
- Can I consume Kryom with other multivitamins?
- Can I duplicate or increase my daily dose of Kryom?
- Can I open the capsule and take Kryom oil directly?
- Can I take fish oil and Kryom at the same time?
- Can I take Kryom before bedtime?
- Can I take Kryom if I am allergic to seafood or shellfish?
- Can I take Kryom if I am pregnant or nursing?
- Can I take Kryom on an empty stomach?