Excessive Bloating On Linzess

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Kristy Says:


I've been on Linzess for about a week now and the bloating is unbearable. The medication has produced several BM's and I had severe diarrhea the first two days on the medication. The diarrhea has subsided but the bloating continues to get worse. I is painful and it looks like I am 6 months pregnant. My clothes don't fit anymore and I can't find any helpful solutions to the distention. Has anyone had these similar symptoms and do they typically go away?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Kristy! How are you? I'm sorry about the problem you're having.

Yes, that has been reported by many people and is a known side effect as listed by the FDA. You may also experience weight changes, nausea and dizziness.

Can anyone that's taken in chime in on whether or not it's gone away as your body got used to the medication?

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Chelle Says:
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Yes was on for two months serious diarrhea everyday bloating and pain had my Dr. Take me off be if it. But really would like a solution to my stomach problem

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