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Aplenzin Side Effects You Need to Know

 

Aplenzin Side Effects Overview:

DepressionAlthough Aplenzin side effects should not usually be anticipated, if any develop or change in intensity you need to notify your doctor immediately. Only your doctor can decide if you can continue this antidepressant medication in spite of the Aplenzin side effects. Some of the more common side effects of Aplenzin may be found below:

Common Aplenzin Side Effects:

Some of the more common Aplenzin side effects include weight loss, urinating more often than usual, increased sweating, stomach pain, agitation, muscle pain, ringing in the ears, a fast heartbeat, skin rash and a sore throat.

 

More Severe Aplenzin Side Effects:

Some people been known to develop more serious side effects from Aplenzin such as unusual thoughts and behaviors, seizures, high blood pressure; delusions, hallucinations, paranoia, and allergic reactions such as difficulty breathing, hives, and swelling of the throat. If any of these occur you need to call your doctor or seek medical attention immediately.

In addition to the Aplenzin side effects you should know that if you experience nausea you should probably take your medicine with food. If you have insomnia you should probably not take your medicine when it is almost time to go to bed.

Aplenzin Side Effects and Other Possible Food and Drug Interactions:

In addition to the aforementioned Aplenzin side effects, you should never take this medication within 14 days of taking an MOAI (Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitor). Also, you should be very careful when taking this medication with any other medications that lower seizure threshold such as antipsychotics, antidepressants, theophylline, and steroids. There is an increased risk of Aplenzin side effects when taking this medication while also taking amantadine and levodopa.

Also, you should not take this medication if you have a seizure disorder or epilepsy, are taking Zyban or any other medication containing buproprion such as Wellbutrin. You should not drink alcohol with this medication or stop abruptly. Also, if you take sedatives or benzodiazepines do not stop them suddenly. If you have ever had an eating disorder such as anorexia or bulimia or are allergic reaction to buproprion you should not take Aplenzin as buproprion is the active ingredient in this medication.

Information Adapted from  The PDR Pocket Guide to Prescription Drugs - 9th Edition

Additional information By Paul Susic Ph.D. Licensed Psychologist Candidate 

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