Lack of appetite is not constant, nor is the nausea, but very frequently. Also some fatigue involved. She has already had mono a couple of years ago. That is why I am asking about the use of Zarah. Thanks
27 Sep 2011
Hi, i haven't taken zarah myself, the side effects you have listed are known to this medication. But after this long, if the patient is still experiencing these on a regular basis she should consider that this isn't the best medication for her. I really think she should consult her doctor about changing to a different medication, or in some cases, adding another medication to counteract these side effects may be possible.
9 Sep 2013
I definitely have nausea and lack of appetite which started only when I took zarah. I am on my 8th month and My biggest issue is that It seems to have done nothing but make mood swings and irritability even worse. Even after 8 months on his medication I still do not feel myself. I have emotional changes to the point where I could not live a normal life.
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