Buy Xenical (Orlistat)
Xenical is used to keep fats from being absorbed in the body’s intestines, it is prescribed to people who want to lose weight, alongside a healthy diet and an exercise program.
Generic Name: orlistat
Xenical is an oral prescription weight loss medication used to help obese people lose weight and keep this weight off. Xenical works in your intestines, where it blocks some of the fat you eat from being absorbed.
Xenical must be used with a recommended mildly reduced-calorie diet. You should also follow a program of regular physical activity, such as walking.
Do not take Xenical if you:
• Consistently have problems absorbing food (chronic malabsorption)
• Have gallbladder problems
• Ate pregnantly or are breastfeeding a child
• Have ever had an allergic reaction to orlistat or any of the inactive ingredients in Xenical.
Xenical can have possible risks such as:
• An increased risk for the development of kidney stones.
• An increased risk for the formation of gall stones.
• Rare reports of severe liver injury.
Before taking Xenical tell your doctor if you are:
• allergic to any medicines, foods, or dyes
• taking any other weight-loss medication
• taking cyclosporine
• taking thyroid medicine
• taking any other medicines (including those not prescribed by your doctor)
• taking any dietary supplements, including herbal products
• planning to become pregnant
• anorexic or bulimic.
Xenical can cause changes in bowel habits. These generally occur during the first weeks of treatment; however, they may continue throughout your use of Xenical. These changes may include oily spotting, gas with discharge, urgent need to go to the bathroom, oily or fatty stools, an oily discharge, increased number of bowel movements, and inability to control bowel movements. Due to the presence of undigested fat, the oil seen in a bowel movement may be clear or have discoloration such as orange or brown.
Important information Xenical
You will first have to tell your doctor if you have an allergy to orlistat or other types of medications. Also, you should tell your doctor about the medications that you are already taking. Any medications that suppress your immune system should be noted. These include medications like Neoral. You will be recommended to take medications like Neoral two hours before or after you use Xenical.
Details on whether or not you have experienced an eating disorder in the past should be mentioned as well as if you’ve had past kidney stones, diabetes or inflammation of the pancreas. Your doctor may tell you to avoid Xenical in some cases. Lastly, be sure to talk about any organ transplants that you may have had or if your body is unable to absorb food as well as it should.
Xenical should be taken with a healthy lifestyle. It can be taken three times a day with meals that contain fat. It is always best to take it with your meal or around an hour before a meal. You can also skip a dose if the meal that you are consuming does not have any fat in it.
The most important aspect of taking Xenical is to take it with the right dietary standards in place. It will help to divide the proteins, fats, and carbohydrates that you consume are evenly as possible. A good tip is to keep your meals from containing more than thirty percent fat. Also, it might help you to consume roughly two or three ounces of meats in each serving.
All foods that are consumed must be healthy if you want to use Xenical. This includes consuming fresh and lean meat along with nonfat or 1% milk instead of whole milk.
You may also want to consume Xenical with some vitamins that may include the vitamins A, D, E and K. This is because Xenical can cause your body to have a tougher time with absorbing its vitamins. You can take a multivitamin about two hours before or after taking Xenical.
What are Xenical side effects?
- Bowel movement
- Oily or fatty stools
- Pain or discomfort in the rectum
- Stomach pain
- Irregular menstrual periods
If you experience any of the following, or any other side effects not listed, while of after taking Xenical contact your doctor immediately
- Hives, rashes of itching
- Any sign of an allergic reaction, especially swelling of the eyes, face, mouth, lips, tongue, or throat
- Severe stomach pain
- Excessive weakness
- Loss of appetite
- Pain in the upper right part of the stomach
- Any signs of liver diseases including yellowing of the skin or eyes