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Xenical information - xenical blocks absorption of dietary fat into the blood stream, thereby reducing the number of calories you get from a meal.  At the usual dosage level, it cuts fat absorption by almost one third.  Combined with a low calorie diet, it is used to promote weight loss and discourage the return of unwanted pounds.

Important xenical information 
Along with dietary fat, xenical decreases the absorption of some fat-soluble vitamins and betacarotene.  To compensate, you should take a multivitamin containing vitamins A, E, D, and K once a day, at least 2 hours before or 2 hours after taking Xenical.

Xenical side effects are more common during the first year of treatment.  If any develop or change in intensity, inform your doctor as soon as possible.  Only your doctor can determine if it is safe for you to continue taking xenical. 

More common xenical side effects may include:
Abdominal discomfort or pain, anxiety, arthritis, back pain, diarrhea, dizziness, earache, fatigue, fatty or oily stools, fecal urgency or incontinences, flu, gas with fecal discharge, gum problems, muscle pain, nausea, oily discharge, rectal discomfort or pain, respiratory tract infections, skin rash, sleep problems, tooth problems, urinary tract infections, vaginal inflammation, vomiting.

Taking xenical information:
Take a capsule of xenical during, or up to 1 hour after, each main meal.  You should follow a nutritionally balanced, low calorie diet that doesn't contain more than 30% fat.  If you miss a meal, or the meal contains no fat, you can skip the accompanying dose of xenical..  Avoid xenical if it gives you an allergic reaction. 

What is Xenical used for?
Xenical is used to help obese people who fit certain weight and height requirements lose weight and maintain weight loss. Xenical works in your intestines, where it blocks some of the fat you eat from being absorbed. This undigested fat is then eliminated in your bowel movements. Use Xenical together with a reduced-calorie diet. The weight management effects of Xenical continue only as long as you are taking it. General Precautions with Xenical: Your daily intake of fat should be evenly divided over 3 main meals. Xenical can decrease the absorption some fat-soluble vitamins and beta-carotene. Therefore when being treated with Xenical, take a multivitamin supplement that contains vitamins D, E, K, and beta-carotene. Take your multivitamin once a day at least 2 hours before or after taking Xenical, such as bedtime. Review all medications that you are taking with your health care provider, including those that you take without a prescription. If you are taking cyclosporine you may have to be monitored more closely. If you are diabetic, Xenical may affect your blood sugar control. See your doctor regularly for monitoring and treatment adjustments.











































   
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