Increase in weight effect of Allopurinol

We have 103 consumer reports for Allopurinol. Increase in weight effect occurred in 6%.

Patients statistics on Increase in weight side effect for Allopurinol

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
181.88
227.63

Average height in Ft
5′ 2″
5′ 11″

Average age
70
59

Allopurinol Circle Diagram 6 consumers of 103 reported about Increase in weight

  1. Lynn A. Chin says:
    5.0 rating

    Allopurinol for Gout

    I discontinued Symbicort because the side effects were too blatant for me. My voice has changed, I’ve grown a lot (though doctors deny it, I know), strong and ongoing fatigue. I am very satisfied with the other medications. I also have Nexium mups against acidification of the stomach and cauterization of the esophagus, because I have a stomach wall break, you can not operate and the stomach entrance does not close properly. is also fine, only expensive. Like the Singulair, 100 tablets cost 210 euros, the Nexium costs 99 tablets 125 euros, which makes a great book. Although I get most of the money again, but if you have to anticipate, that’s already steep. But my health is worth the effort and it makes me feel better and life will be worth living, even if you have to live with it for the rest of your life.

    Side effects: Fatigue; Increase in weight
  2. Christopher T. Kelly says:
    3.0 rating

    Allopurinol for Hyperuricemia

    I took Allopurinol for about 7 weeks to lower the uric acid level. The goal was achieved even though I discontinued the drug prematurely. During the time of ingestion, I gained about 12 kg in weight. There were sleep disturbances, but they were not due to allopurinol (I suspect it’s because of terrorization through a youth gait). For sleep and anxiety disorders Solian was prescribed after about 6 weeks. On the 5th day, the sports showed signs of paralysis in the arms and shortness of breath. However, treatment was not required since the inevitable following resting state led to the termination of these side effects. The side effects of allopurinol are documented, but they did not occur without Solian. I therefore suspect that this is a synergy effect. Solian could not prove its effectiveness, so I rated it neutral. I have since discontinued both medications.

  3. Michael A. Bray says:
    1.5 rating

    Allopurinol for High blood pressure; Hyperuricemia

    During the day blood pressure in the range 130 … 145/75 … 90, but extremely susceptible to stress; e.g. during work and in the morning; then briefly (about 20 min.) Blood pressure up to 190/115. Weight gain despite low-fat diet and exercise. No problems with the joints.

    Side effects: Increase in weight