Last updated on December 4th, 2017 at 08:49 am
Most adverse reactions of Mysimba are dose-depended. For example, increase in Mysimba dose can cause gastrointestinal side effects, such as constipation. The most frequent adverse reactions of Mysimba are anxiety, abdominal pain, arthralgia, and myalgia.
Nausea, cramps, vomiting, headache and dizziness were the leading side effects that led to the cessation of Mysimba use.
In most subjects, these side reactions of Mysimba were manageable and had a mild transient nature.
Interaction of Mysimba with antidiabetic drugs, such as Metformin (aka Glucophage), increases the risk of gastrointestinal adverse reactions, like gastroparesis or diarrhea. In this regard, obese diabetics may need to reduce the dose of Mysimba.
In geriatric patients on Mysimba, the risk of adverse events is higher than in young obese patients. Therefore, older people with excess weight may require titration of the daily Mysimba dose.
Rarely, Mysimba can cause neurological adverse reactions, including nervousness, tremors, abnormal dreams, depression, drowsiness, or fatigue.
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Mysimba can also cause insomnia, due to which these diet pills are not recommended to be taken in the evening or before going to sleep.
However, the results of clinical studies prove that Mysimba does not cause significant changes in blood pressure, when used for less than one year.
In general, the adverse reactions of Mysimba are of a short, moderate or mild nature. They may appear in about a month after the beginning of Mysimba use, and disappear completely during the course of the pharmacotherapy of obesity.