The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is blocking the testing of dietary supplements because the company manufactures a supplement that can treat infertility.
Isotonix has been in development for more than a decade, and its primary product is a dietary supplement that uses isotonic acid as a diuretic.
However, the FDA’s latest action comes just days after the FDA ordered the company to remove the isotonics from its product lineup.
The agency had previously blocked the use of the isosatides in two other products.
In a letter to Isotonix last week, FDA commissioner Dr. Cynthia Lee wrote that the agency has “significant concerns” about the product’s safety and efficacy, and noted that there is evidence to suggest that the drug could be harmful to women.
According to the FDA, isotonirolic acid can increase blood pressure and increase the risk of cardiovascular events, including heart attack.
Lee’s letter, however, did not specify what evidence she had that the product could cause a risk of cardiac events.
Lee, who is a doctor with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said she was “very concerned” about Isotonics because of its potential for serious side effects. “
We are concerned about the potential for women who take this product to have an increased risk of miscarriage or preterm birth.”
Lee, who is a doctor with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said she was “very concerned” about Isotonics because of its potential for serious side effects.
“The FDA has made clear that this drug is potentially unsafe for women and that we are concerned that this may be the reason they are blocking the product from market,” Lee said in a statement.
“The FDA will continue to monitor this product closely and will take appropriate action if there is any evidence to support a potential risk to human health.”
According the FDA website, isotonic acid is the most active diurete on the market, and it is commonly used as a dietary remedy for women.
It’s also used to treat a number of other conditions, including infertility, low blood pressure, hypertension, and anxiety disorders.
But according to the company, there is not enough scientific evidence to say it is a good treatment for infertility.