Regenon is an effective medication taken to treat obesity. It’s available in standard capsules, and each one contains 25 mg of its active ingredient. Pills have brown color and oval shape.
This medicine is prescribed by doctors to patients whose BMI is higher than 30. It’s necessary to take Regenon as a part of a treatment plan that also consists of low-calorie dieting and regular workouts. This treatment provides users with a short-term therapeutic effect, so you shouldn’t take Regenon for longer than 3 months. This drug starts acting 20-30 minutes after its intake.
All adult patients should take 25 mg 3 times a day before every meal. It’s not advisable to use Regenon before your bedtime, because it may cause insomnia or nervousness. The right dosage must be prescribed by doctors based on your health condition and individual response. Patients aged 15-17 years require individual dosing regimen. If you end up with overdosing, you are quite likely to experience such unwanted side effects as tachycardia, seizures and arrhythmia. To relieve them, you need to call doctors and wash out the stomach.
Regenon is not intended to be used by patients who have any hypersensitivity or allergic reactions to its active ingredient. Before starting this treatment, report other health conditions that you have to your doctor, especially hyperthyroidism, severe angina, pulmonary hypertension, cardiovascular disorders, mental conditions, drug abuse, alcoholism, pregnancy, breastfeeding and some others.
The use of Regenon may lead to pulmonary hypertension indicated by such signs as intense or moderate physical load, dyspnea and others. Call doctors if you experience any of them. When taking this medicine, you can face increased cardiovascular risks. If you have hereditary fructose intolerance, don’t start this treatment. Regenon works by affecting the functioning of the central nervous system, so you should be cautious if you have epilepsy. Don’t drive or perform other activities that require your full alertness when undergoing this treatment.
Regenon Side Effects
There are certain adverse reactions caused by this medication, but most of them are mild and include:
Anxiety and precordial pain;
Dizziness and sleep disturbances;
High blood pressure and palpitations;
Vomiting and diarrhea.
Most symptoms caused by this drug are reversible, and they disappear within the first few weeks.
There are certain medications that should be avoided when taking Regenon because of a possible risk of drug interactions. Don’t take it along with MAO inhibitors, other weight loss drugs and anorectics that work by stimulating the central nervous system. Drug interactions can be dangerous, because they affect the way Regenon works and increase possible severe side effects.