Esbelcaps Fenproporex and Diazepam
Esbelcaps Esbelcaps is a type of antidepressant and weight loss in Mexico. Esbelcaps doses contain 20 mg of fenproporex, an amphetamine, also contains 6 mg of diazepam, to treat conditions like anxiety disorders, alcohol withdrawal, severe muscle spasms, seizure disorders and to sedate an elderly patient dying from a debilitating disease The most common side effects of diazepam include fatigue, muscle weakness and lack of coordination, reports RxList.
Who is contraindicated for the product
Esbelcaps fenproporex and diazepam are not recommended if you have an acute allergic reaction to the drug components. You shouldn’t take the drug when:
- fetal impregnation;
- myasthenia gravis;
- development of closed-angle glaucoma;
- renal insufficiency;
- hepatic insufficiency.
People who suffer from chronic respiratory failure and sleep apnea syndrome may take the drug with great caution.
Adverse reactions Esbelcaps Fenproporex:
Allergic reactions (skin itching, urticaria) may occur against the background of taking the drug.
With intramuscular injection of the drug, erythema may develop. Some people complain of soreness in the muscles and tissues.
Sometimes Esbelcaps cause a disturbance in the stool. The patient may also experience nausea. Some complain of either a dry mouth or profuse salivation.
The heart may be racing: this condition is sometimes combined with shortness of breath. When administered intravenously, respiratory distress may occur.
Vivid side effects may be observed on the side of the PNS and CNS. At best, the person becomes apathetic, lethargic, drowsy, and complains of tremors in the limbs. In the worst case, the victim’s consciousness becomes confused, hallucinations appear, and behavior becomes inadequate.