Elevated liver enzymes is reported only by a few people who take Klonopin. We study 39,317 people who have side effects while taking Klonopin from FDA and social media. Among them, 1 have Elevated liver enzymes. Find out below who they are, when they have Elevated liver enzymes and more.
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Klonopin has active ingredients of clonazepam. It is often used in stress and anxiety. (latest outcomes from Klonopin 41,671 users)
Elevated liver enzymes (high liver enzymes) has been reported by people with hives, headache, fatigue, nausea (latest reports from 253 Elevated liver enzymes patients).
On Sep, 15, 2016
39,317 people reported to have side effects when taking Klonopin.
Among them, 1 person (0.0%) has Elevated Liver Enzymes
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** Reports from social media are used.
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Fluvoxamine was my life saver and have been on it for years after failing many other SSRI and SNRI medications. I have very little to no side effects. It is also affordable for me. It helps with the obsessions and anxiety. It does make me drowsy so I take it at night. Klonopin has helped tremendously with my anxiety. However I do not take it during the day due to drowsiness. I like that it is longer acting and does not hit me as hard as other medications in this class. Zonisamide is my migraine preventative. It has caused some heat sensitivity and took some getting used to. But once I was done titrating up and stable on the dose I have no side effects besides the heat sensitivity. Adderall is for my narcolepsy. I take a low dose multiple times a day. I don't like taking it but it improved my quality of life and allowed me to get a full time job. It has caused loss of appetite, more sweating, increased heart rate, and makes me jittery if I don't make sure to time my doses right.
Hello, in my early 20s I developed gastro-intestinal issues. I was prescribed Tagamet initially, but it never seemed to adequately manage the condition and I eventually developed a secondary condition called gynecomastia so I was taken off the Tagamet. Over the next 10 years I tried a myriad of other drugs. Pepcid, zantac, stelabid #2, prepulcid, pariat, pantloc and 1 or 2 that I may have forgotten. The majority of these drugs did little or virtually nothing to control the hyper- acidic conditition. In the early 90s I had finally found something that worked exceptionally well, Omeprazole (Losec). I had been taking 20mg daily right up until early 2016. Losec had become relatively ineffective at this time and I was briefly put on Pantoloc. Pantoloc like many previous drugs, was ineffective. In March of 2016, I began taking Dexilant and it has controlled my condition relatively well up until recently, when I was diagnosed with elevated liver enzymes (somewhere in the 300s, when it should be in the 30s.). While I enjoy the odd drink, I am not someone who consumes "alcoholic" proportions. I have had a few "stomache aches" over the past few months that tend to come and go and the doctor suspects it could be gallbladder related. I am due to have an abdominal assesment on Sept. 19. I will post a follow up then. I hope the information that I've provided will benefit the group.
Just got put on mirtazpine 6 days ago switch from lamictal well first 5 nights didn't sleep much just like always but last night I fell asleep n next thing I know I wake up n the kitchen with plates forks spoons n food all over the kitchen counter but don't remember anything more than that don't ...
My Psychiotrist is prescribing Provigil for my above Symptoms along with the Medicines I already take. Will Provigil affect my Sleep with taking Seroquel which is the medication that helps Me the most for that? Any other side effects on the other Meds??
Hello, in my early 20s I developed gastro-intestinal issues. I was prescribed Tagamet initially, but it never seemed to adequately manage the condition and I eventually developed a secondary condition called gynecomastia so I was taken off the Tagamet. Over the next 10 years I tried a myriad of ...
Fluvoxamine was my life saver and have been on it for years after failing many other SSRI and SNRI medications. I have very little to no side effects. It is also affordable for me. It helps with the obsessions and anxiety. It does make me drowsy so I take it at night. Klonopin has helped ...
Hi. I was prescribed clonazepam as a muscle relaxer and anti-anxiety agent. 5 mg at bedtime, taking it since 2009. I started taking it ever since it was found that I have advanced cervical spondylosis, I also take tramodol and celecoxib for the pain and lack of ability to function physically ...
Hello, I have been in pain management for a year. Normally I take anywhere from 1 to 2 percocet at night in order to get pain relief from a spinal cord tumor. Sometimes I won't take any, other times I only take one or a half. There were days that I took 3 in a day due to severe pain. I have ...
Hello ,I developed double vision after having the eply manouver for vertigo . have had vertigo on on and off for twenty years this past episode however lasted ten and a half weeks. the longest for me. It did not respond to betahistamine. I was just recovering from a virus [unknown] that ...
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