Normal Side Effects Belviq Xr 20 Mg

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Jamie Says:
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My doc prescribed this 2 me and i loved the no appetite and I was losing weight but after 5 days i still had a cough and felt demotivated. Is this normal? Will this go away? Anyone else had this and continued on successfully? If so when will they go away. Ive had the idea of taking it every other day to see if this would help being they cost me 350$.

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Verwon Says:

The FDA does list cough and depression as being possible side effects of this medication, along with nausea, dizziness, dry mouth, and anorexia.

How long have you been taking it, now?

It usually takes about 4 to 5 weeks for your body to get used to a medication, and for the side effects to go away.

However, if you find yourself becoming seriously depressed, or suicidal, you should seek immediate medical attention, and you may need to try a different medication.

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