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Meridia Side Effects

As detailed on our Meridia main page, this popular prescription weight-loss medication is used along with a reduced-calorie diet and exercise to help an individual to lose weight and keep it off. Below we detail some possible Meridia side effects as well as other important information about Meridia.

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Who should not take Meridia?
Individuals that suffer from the compulsive dieting disorder known as anorexia nervosa should not take this prescription drug. Meridia should not be taken by individuals who have recently (within the previous two weeks) taken any prescription medicine that is classified as an MAO inhibitor (including the antidepressant medications Marplan, Nardil, and Parnate). Additionally, if Meridia causes the patient to have an allergic reaction, he/she should not take it.

Additional Special Warnings
Patients with uncontrolled high blood pressure should use Meridia with caution, as it could compound this problem. Individuals should avoid Meridia completely if they've had a stroke or suffer from heart disease, heart failure, irregular heartbeat as well as severe kidney or liver problems. Seizures are rare but still a possible side effect. Patients who have suffered from seizures in the past or have narrow-angle glaucoma or thyroid problems should use Meridia with caution. Patients that experience a seizure while taking Meridia should contact a doctor immediately. Patients that are prone to gallstones should be aware that weight loss can cause more of them to form.

It is reported that Meridia has not been tested in individuals under 16 years old and it should also be used with caution for patients over the age of 65.

Meridia side effects
As with other prescription drugs, possible Meridia side effects cannot be accurately predicted for each patient and in every scenario. Below we detail some of the more common and less common Meridia side effects.

Common Meridia side effects
Stomach ache / abdominal pain, nervousness, loss of strength, nasal inflammation, painful menstruation, rash, acid indigestion, anxiety, back pain, constipation, dizziness, dry mouth, flu symptoms, headache, increased appetite, insomnia, joint pain, loss of appetite, nausea, sinus inflammation, cough increase, depression, sore throat.

Less common Meridia side effects
Increased blood pressure, stimulation, stomach and intestinal inflammation, itching, acne, abnormal thinking, agitation, increased heart rate, laryngitis, allergic reaction, arthritis, bronchitis, changes in taste, chest pain, dental problems, diarrhea, difficulty breathing, drowsiness, ear pain, ear problems, emotional changes, fever, gas, heavy uterine bleeding, herpes simplex virus, leg cramps, menstrual problems, migraine headache, muscle ache, swelling, thirst, throbbing heartbeat, neck pain, rectal problems, reduced vision, sweating, tingling skin sensation, urinary tract infection, vaginal yeast infection, vomiting.

If taking any prescription or non-prescription drugs, consult a doctor to ensure that they will not interact with Meridia. Side effects other than those listed here may occur, so patients should contact a doctor immediately if any are noted, particularly if they are bothersome or very unusual.

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