Strattera Side Effects

What Are the Most Common and Serious Side Effects of Strattera?

Basic reactions of Strattera include:

Indigestion

Queasiness or retching

Loss of craving

Weight reduction

Obstruction

Stomach torment

Gas

Dry mouth

Being excessively worn out

Discombobulation

Cerebral pain

Emotional episodes

Low sex drive or other sexual issues

Inconvenience peeing

Excruciating or sporadic menstrual periods

Muscle torment

Perspiring

Hot flashes

Peculiar dreams

Consuming or shivering in the hands, arms, feet, or legs

Some genuine reactions can happen while taking Strattera. On the off chance that you have any of these symptoms, call your specialist right away.

Quick or beating heartbeat

Chest torment

Shortness of breath

Inconvenience talking

Unsteadiness or faintness

Shortcoming or deadness of an arm or leg

Irritated skin

Dim pee

Yellowing of the skin or eyes

Unexplained influenza like manifestations

Torment in the upper right piece of the tummy

Swelling in the face, throat, tongue, lips, eyes, hands, feet, lower legs, or lower legs

Dryness

Inconvenience gulping or relaxing

Rash or hives

Anomalous contemplations

Mental trip (seeing things or hearing voices that don’t exist)

Erection that goes on for a few hours or more

Seizures

A specialist should intently screen any kid taking Strattera in light of the fact that the medication can make kids develop all the more gradually or not put on enough weight. It’s obscure whether the medication is sheltered or powerful for youngsters more youthful than 6 years of age.