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Side effect(s) of Sibutramine

Read the side effects of Sibutramine as described in the medical literature. In case of any doubt consult your doctor or pharmacist.

Gastro intestinal: Dry mouth, nausea, vomiting, indigestion, loss of appetite, constipation, gallstone formation

Central Nervous System: Insomnia, dizziness, anxiety, depression, drowsiness, sensation of pricking and burning symptoms, headache

Cardio vascular system: Increased blood pressure, palpitation

Respiratory: Inflammation of nose, sinuses and throat, shortness of breath, increased coughing

Genito urinary: Urinary tract infection, painful menstruation with abdominal cramps, abnormal uterus bleeding

Musculoskeletal: Joint disorder, muscle and joint pain, inflammation of the synovium (the tissue that surrounds tendon), back pain

Others: Thirst, rashes, acne, problems with vision and speech, allergic reaction

Other Precautions :  Sibutramine treatment should only be started at least two weeks after stopping MAOIs such as selegiline, phenelzine and moclobemide.

Drug Name : Sibutramine

Sibutramine generic Sibutramine has been banned in several countries including the United States, European countries and India due to its cardiovascular side effects like heart attack and stroke. Sibutramine is prescribed for the treatment of obesity along with diet restrictions and exercise in patients who suffer from obesity-related conditions like high blood pressure , diabetes and high cholesterol Sibutramine works by interfering with the chemicals in the brain called as neurotransmitters (norepinephrine, serotonin, dopamine). It thereby promotes the feeling of satiety (fullness) and a decrease in the appetite, finally resulting in a low intake of food.
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