Esperide Side Effects

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Val Main Says:

I am suffering from premature ventricular beats as well as premature atrial beats. Also getting short chest pains, This happens all day on and off and is definitely exercise induced. Cardiologist keeps on saying nothing to worry about. I lost my husband 4 months ago and have been on Esperide for about 6 months. I have suffered from arrythmias before when not on Esperide but nothing half as bad as at present. Could this be drug induced? I also take Zanor SR

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Verwon Says:

Esperide contains the active ingredient Sulpiride, it is actually a type of antipsychotic used to treat Schizophrenia and major depressive disorder and yes, it has been known to cause heart rhythm problems, in some people.

Have you consulted the prescribing doctor? It probably isn't the right medication for you to use and you may need to switch to something else.


Xanor SR contains the active ingredient Alprazolam, which is a Benzodiazepine used to treat anxiety and nervous disorders.


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can esperide cause nausea and dizziness

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Verwon Says:

Aziza, yes, those are normal side effects of the medication, which should taper off after approximately 4 weeks, when your body has adjusted to the medication.

If they don't or are very severe, you should consult your doctor.


Is there anything else I can help with?

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Mary van Rooyen Says:

I would like to know if Esperide tablets makes a person gain weight ?

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sylvia Says:

is the action gram for gram the same for eglonyl as for espiride,they have discontinued eglonyl,and i am worried that i will experience different side effects on espirite,been taking eglonyl for 20 years.

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nnn Says:
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I have:
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Emotional distress

I took 100mg as my first dose.

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Roma Says:

Very anxious and feel light headed

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