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Note: Pregnant or lactating women should not take this product. Children (under 18) should not take this product. Caution is advised when taking multiple capsules (at a time) as this could represent a potential choking hazard. If ingesting multiple pills or capsules has previously been difficult or problematic, try taking just one of two capsules (with water or other appropriate liquid) at a time, until the recommended dosage is achieved. As always, keep capsules out of the way of or reach of small children. If you’ve had a history of bowel blockage or a recent incidence of bowel blockage, you should stay away from Flax based products. Allow a minimum 2-hour interval between taking FemFlax® and the ingestion of other meds, vitamins, minerals, etc.
It is necessary to stay hydrated when consuming any high fiber food or food product. To this end, it is recommended that you drink a minimum of 20 to 32 ounces of water (or other appropriate non-alcoholic beverage) per day.