Xenical 120 mg (Normal Dosage)
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Xenical is a fat loss medication that helps people to lose weight and also helps prevent regaining the weight they have already lost.
How does it work
Xenical works by preventing enzymes (lipases) from absorbing fat in the intestines. Instead, the fat is eliminated undigested from the body.
Taking Xenical & the right dosage
Xenical may be taken with or without a meal.
Store Xenical in a cool and dark place at room temperature. Do not store it in a place where it can get exposed to direct sunlight or moisture.
Keep it away from children and pets.
Safety Information/ Warning Precautions
Before using Xenical, you should consult a physician and discuss about your medical history.
You should not use Xenical if:
You have chronic malabsorption syndrome
You have gallbladder problems
You are allergic to it
Xenical may not be suitable for you if:
You have a history of a gallstones
You have liver disease
You have an underactive thyroid
You have type 1 or 2 diabetes
You have an eating disorder
You are using other weight loss medications
Xenical may interact with some medications. So if you are using any prescription, non prescription, OTC medicines or dietary supplements, then inform your physician in advance before you use Xenical.
Xenical should be a part of a complete therapy that involves regular exercise and diet. You should have a nutritional diet with the right macro nutrient ratio.
High fat meals should be avoided while using Xenical.
Xenical may also limit your body from absorbing fat soluble vitamins like A, D, E, and K. So, your doctor may recommend a vitamin supplement to ensure that you receive adequate nutrients.
Xenical may be passed on to the baby if you are breast feeding. Please speak to your doctor about the potential risks of breast feeding while using Xenical.
The most common side effects of Xenical are:
Oily or fatty stools, oily spotting in your undergarments, orange or brown colored oil in your stool, gas and oily discharge, loose stools, or an urgent need to go to the bathroom, inability to control bowel movements, an increased number of bowel movements; or stomach pain, nausea, rectal pain.
These side effects usually subside by themselves in sometime as the body gets used to Xenical.
Some uncommon but potentially dangerous side effects are:
Severe pain in your lower back, blood in your urine, painful or difficult urination, kidney problems--little or no urinating; swelling in your feet or ankles, feeling tired or short of breath or liver problems--nausea, upper stomach pain, itching, tired feeling, loss of appetite, dark urine, clay-colored stools, jaundice (yellowing of the skin or eyes).
You should see a doctor immediately if one of these side effects occur.