Appetite loss effect of Metformin

We have 283 consumer reports for Metformin. Appetite loss effect occurred in 1%.

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Metformin Circle Diagram 3 consumers of 283 reported about Appetite loss

  1. Rebecca R. McMeans says:
    2.0 rating

    Metformin for Depression; Diabetes mellitus type ii

    Cipralex: The first two weeks no side effect (slowly increased), but quickly felt better (inwardly stable and robust). Ok, some constipation and abdominal twitching, v.a. at night. In the third week now more often nausea, v.a. at night (take a tablet of 10 mg in the morning!) and tonight even a circulatory collapse with extreeeemer nausea and very high body temperature. Strong pain in feet and hands. In addition, dizziness, not good at driving … Have really only little appetite. Metformin: increased slowly: In addition to flatulence (for months) no side effects, but depends on nutrition: If you eat low-fat and meatless, you can tolerate it very well. Always start small and slowly increase the dose. Effect: at the beginning clearly (more energy), meanwhile again very tired and thirsty all the time. You also have to follow the sugar-free diet, otherwise it will not work. Aspirin100: Wow! No more headaches every day, almost no more regular pain !! Incredible!! Great!

  2. Sharon J. Lockhart says:
    3.0 rating

    Metformin for High blood pressure; Diabetes mellitus type ii

    Taking 3000 mg metformin daily (1000/0/2000) over 4 months. During this time, my HbA1c value has improved from 11.8 to 5.8 and I only lost 19 kg with the switch to a 3-meal rhythm. I feel like I was born again. Again fit and clearly powerful side effects: defecating bowel movements every 2 days, reduced appetite

    Side effects: Appetite loss; Diarrhea