Fatigue effect of Diamox

We have 43 consumer reports for Diamox. Fatigue effect occurred in 33%.

Patients statistics on Fatigue side effect for Diamox

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
186.99
189.6

Average height in Ft
5′ 4″
5′ 10″

Average age
38
48

Diamox Circle Diagram 14 consumers of 43 reported about Fatigue

  1. Jasmin G. Black says:
    3.5 rating

    Diamox for Pseudotumor cerebri

    Initially very severe potassium deficiency associated with cardiac arrhythmias. Paresthesia (tingling) actually constantly in the hands and feet. Tiredness, exhaustion. Currently debilitating breathing problems, where the doctors say that does not come from Diamox. I disagree 🙁

  2. Violet M. Johnson says:
    3.0 rating

    Diamox for Pseudotumor cerebri

    After the diagnosis ‘pseudotumor cerebri’ was made, I got the drug diamox for treatment, which will tell something to some. already one tab later, i was able to clearly perceive side effects. I had taste problems in terms of carbonated drinks. However, this side effect is enduring and not bad. However, I grew tired and feeble and day by day. and I am still today. The nausea, which I also initially felt, passed after about 1-2 months (luckily). what unfortunately remained, as I said, is just the lack of drive. From this drug I was also, as I now notice, much irritable and also somewhat depressive. At least that’s what I think, because it happened around the same time as diamox. what is to be added is probably the fact that diamox has not shown me a complete effect, or thereby my mind pressure could not be lowered, so I have to take a second remedy = topamac.

  3. Lawrence H. Regner says:
    3.5 rating

    Diamox for Pseudotumor cerebri

    Overall, the Kombinat the drug in the diagnosis of ICD 10 G93.2 essentially, the therapy is still ongoing and another hospital stay is pending.

    Side effects: Irritability; Fatigue
  4. Arnold A. Infante says:
    5.0 rating

    Diamox for Pseudotumor cerebri

    In 2009 I was discontinued with Diamox 1000mg, after repeated increases. CSF pressure afterwards at 310 mmHg. Could go back to work, but always tired and a headache 30 kg decreased in weight, because I simply no longer had a feeling of hunger. In 2011 in March I lost my left ear right and right now I am almost deaf, in addition to the head noises (searching radio station very loud) and tinnitus high and low tone always day and night. As I was told the Diamox are guilty of it. 2012 shunt implantation, sneaking away from Diamox, and CI 2013 since January, at intervals of 29 to 42 days of shooting dizziness associated with nausea, vomiting insane headaches. This lasts a whole day, because I’m just lying in bed. The duration is still 3-4 days until it is back to normal. It has now been determined that the shunt can no longer be adjusted. Normally he is at 13 now he can only be set to 4. So a lot of Kaos. Further investigations are being made. I can not go to work anymore. Because I’m too weak. Am in psychological treatment to deal with the pain reasonably.

    Side effects: Anorexia; Weight loss; Fatigue
  5. Iris J. Justice says:
    2.5 rating

    Diamox for Pseudotumor cerebri

    Dizziness with repeated tipping over + unconscious, headache still remaining, stomach pain, exaggerated tiredness, listlessness, fatigue, exhausted, tingling in the legs of the hands, face, tasting of carbonated drinks, taste disorders, digestive problems

  6. Walter M. Moody says:
    3.5 rating

    tingling in hands, feet, partial head, diarrhea, decline in performance, fatigue, loss of appetite