Appetite increase effect of Zyprexa

We have 276 consumer reports for Zyprexa. Appetite increase effect occurred in 5%.

Patients statistics on Appetite increase side effect for Zyprexa

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
169.51
186.29

Average height in Ft
5′ 5″
5′ 11″

Average age
46
39

Zyprexa Circle Diagram 14 consumers of 276 reported about Appetite increase

  1. Francis M. Magana says:
    3.5 rating

    Zyprexa for Trauma

    On 03.12.2000 I had a car accident with cerebral hemorrhage and was in a coma for 3 weeks. My first memories are from my Sofort Reha in Pulsnitz. At that time I was an acute patient in a closed ward. I got carbmazepine and an unknown amount of olanzapine (Zyprexa). I guess it was more than 50mg olanzapine or even more I got the day. My normal weight was about 70kg and I weighed through the Zyprexa suddenly over 80kg. The solution was on the package leaflet of Zyprexa, greater hunger and water retention. I did not have a stomach, but my whole body was crisp without end. My ass and wow. The side effect and one does his liver so nothing good. (Liver enlargement) My doctor told me that the Zyprexa produces female hormones and in my dosage beyond 30 mg my face has become rounder, the butt looked crisp, and looked just great. The side effects and one should renounce sex (you can not get high) and the eating behavior mutates into a feeding behavior. On the stuff and me on station and I have filled the rolls without end. The hunger feeling was the bright madness. Currently I’m still taking Zyprexa but my current 10mg Olanzapin and there is still synonymous with the sexuality. At the moment I weigh 86kg but this is just a little bit fatter. mfg Thomas (if you have questions, mail to supatommy1804@yahoo.de)

  2. Keith P. Crowe says:
    3.0 rating

    Zyprexa for Obsessive compulsive disorder

    Is a Medikanment with which I could work well. Belongs next to Tabor to the only drugs, which I associate with positive thoughts. It also strengthens the spirits. Forced thoughts were very quickly very limited. The package size was impractical, 10 weeks ration are stupid, 12 weeks would be much more practical (because of appointments with the doctor). Weight gain was acceptable at the first time, 1 kg per month. Wide feet have remained (from 45 to 46). The second time, I had to drop it after 5 weeks, because I have gained 2 kilos per week and I could hardly limit my passions. Initially buying spree, then increased urge for beer, and cigarettes, and sweets, 500 gram cake in the evening no problem. Since I stopped smoking with Champix, I had to sell Zyprexa, the addiction pressure was almost unbearable. No withdrawal symptoms. Instead of Zyprexa, I now regularly play brain jogging, at least as well. Do not laugh, try it!

  3. Tonia J. Davis says:
    4.5 rating

    Zyprexa for Depression

    I have been taking Zyprexa since September 2010. I got the drug in closed psychiatry. At the beginning of treatment I had dizziness and great apettit. I had a constant feeling of hunger and was not fed up at all. My starting dose was 10 mg / day. One year later, in the summer of 2011, I tried for the first time to sneak away Zyprexa due to side effects. I was totally stunned, had no feelings and total loss of libido. I slowly reduced it, from 10 mg to 7.5 mg, 5 mg, 2.5 mg, 1 month each, and then I completely shed Zyprexa. In the beginning it was still fine, but when I was 2.5 mg, I felt dogs miserable. I had strong convulsions when falling asleep and waking up, even cramping while falling asleep and dyskinesia when waking up. These were spasmodic twitches throughout my body that I could not control. I also had sleep problems and diarrhea. When I completely deposed Zyprexa of 2.5mg, which was probably too fast, I had breathlessness. My stomach was so inflated that I could not breathe properly. I was so sick of the withdrawal symptoms that I became severely depressed and had suicidal thoughts. Wg. The shortness of breath, I even had to call the ambulance. Then I took Zyprexa again on the advice of a psychiatrist in the university hospital and increased until the withdrawal symptoms were gone. The most persistent were the dyskinesias. The result was that I ended up taking 15 mg Zyprexa, not just 10 mg as before. In 2011, I tried 2x to drop off Zyprexa, with the same serious withdrawal symptoms. In September 2012, I had to go to the clinic for alcohol withdrawal and had the Zyprexa reduced from 15 mg to 5 mg / day. This was still reasonably good, i. I had diarrhea for over 6 weeks. I had the family doctor examine a stool sample to rule out another cause of the diarrhea. In December 2012, I further reduced to 2.5 mg and had again falling asleep and waking very strong cramps, twitching, throughout the body and sometimes even on the face, these were dyskinesias and diarrhea again. The cramps were uncontrollable and only got better when I got out of bed and did gymnastics. The dyskinesia were gone after breakfast. Then I raised myself again to 15 mg. The result was that I still had mild cramps when falling asleep and waking up. When waking up, the cramps were worse and lasted longer than falling asleep. On 18.01.2013 I tried again and again reduced to 5 mg. I had the convulsions unchanged. Yesterday I further reduced to 2.5 mg and took on the recommendation of the pharmacist 400 mg of magnesium per day. That helped me, the cramps got better, but of course I’m not free of it. I still have diarrhea. I am very worried that the dyskinesia will get even worse as I reduced it to 2.5 mg only yesterday. Since I reduced to 2.5 mg, I also have sleep problems, fall asleep and wake up every 2 hours. I told my psychiatrist from the University of Dyskinesia that he was completely at a loss and said I am the first patient to report this. I reduce the Zyprexa only after at least 2-3 months, provided that I no longer have any withdrawal symptoms. Then I try to halve the 2.5 mg with the kitchen knife to 1.25 mg. I wish I had never got the devil’s stuff. The psychiatrist, who originally gave me this in the hospital (closed psychiatry) because of a trauma, I would like to sue. The Zyprexa totally stunned me, I had no feelings at all, no positives either. My libido was also lost and my orgasm ability. I felt completely empty inside. I can only warn everyone. Today I have 25 kg overweight of the stuff.

  4. Tanya A. Rice says:
    3.5 rating

    Zyprexa for Psychosis

    I got Zyprexa when my psychiatrists somehow did not know what to do. I had had a psychosis with mania twice in 1981 and 1990. Then, in the summer of 1997, I felt very bad again and was missing Zyprexa. At that time already cost 300 Mark the pack, so it was really expensive. Within two months, I’d gained nearly fifteen pounds and had only one thought: food, no matter what, I had binge eating. The increase was not so extremely bad for me, as I previously had quite underweight (50 pounds) and now landed at 165 cm in normal weight. But to keep up the pace would have meant that I could have gained 30 kilos or more. The worst was the constant cravings, you got the Eßstörung quasi with the tablet included. The stuff should really be banned, I do not know how many patient reports have to be written here until that happens. By the way, I kept the weight that went up then, that did not go down. Luckily, I threw the crap into the toilet and refused to take it. In February 1998, I was back in the clinic because I was feeling very bad again. Fortunately, I met a competent young doctor who told me: you have been mistreated since 1981. I suspect you have a manic-depressive predisposition, so to speak today, a biopolar disorder! He prescribed me Tegretal, a drug that is actually intended for epileptics, but also helps in bipolar. With that one has made very good experiences with bipolar. Since then, I take that as a prophylactic in small quantities and I am completely healthy. What was good for me, was the diagnosis: She suddenly explained to me my whole life with the constant ups and downs … and above all, the extremely high level of creativity at bipolar is a really great gift. I have written a book about my first experience in psychiatry: Mackerer ohne Motorrad, published by Re Di Roma-Verlag, Remscheid, 2009. ISBN 978-3-86870-150-0, price € 14.50. Information about other books on my homepage The cover text by Macker without a motorbike: A trainee course at the journalist center Haus Busch in Hagen, plus Nina Hagen, Art Nouveau and love for Bernd. In the luggage a childhood in the bombed Kiel, three women who raise the little girl, all without husband after the war. There are no men in this childhood and the relationship to them is therefore complicated. The still existing marriage is not finished because of great fears long, although it is already broken. The four weeks in Hagen help to prepare this step. A violent love affair in France two years later gives the final impulse to separation and divorce. But the hoped-for freedom begins with a thorny path. For too long there was such a stressful marriage, too much fear was there before the separation and too great the pressure. Later, a pattern is consistent with the men: the wet-looking kind à la ‘Mackerer without motorcycle’ should hide the fears and serve as a shield, but always attracts the same type of man, who is actually looking for a strong woman. With this image, built up by itself, the author finally collapses in a manic-depressive psychosis.

  5. Rita E. Purcell says:
    3.5 rating

    Zyprexa for Psychosis

    Weight gain (previously20kg), fatigue (strong), loss of libido (strong), * increased appetite (after Einz.Zyprexa), listlessness (extreme), diarrhea (occasional), aggression (none), change in nature (increasing), menstrual disorders (since approx. 2 years), tremor (none), abdominal pain (uncommon), paresthesia (none), urgency (extreme), changes in liver function (previously no), thought disorders (extreme), ataxia (stiff), motor disorder (yes), hyperthyroidism ( no), muscle twitching (no), cravings (see *), constipation (rare), ** headache (increasing), joint pain (uncommon), nausea (see **), mood swings (occasionally), dizziness (occasionally), sleep disorders (extreme), vomiting (see **), withdrawal symptoms (? smoking – extreme cigarette consumption), poor concentration (extreme), impotence (yes), fluid retention (? cell fluid)

  6. Bruce K. Fagan says:
    2.0 rating

    Zyprexa for Psychosis

    Always had an increased appetite, so I had a total of 30 kilos and my gallbladder it was no longer packed, so that my liver masses were enormously high and the bile then had to go out, that is extremely unusual with 25 years … maybe it did also what to do with the long-term therapy with olanzapine