Xenical (Orlistat) is in tablets of 120 mg.
You can order it from $1.37 per tablet.

Are there any adverse reactions caused by Xenical?

Orlistat side effectsXenical (orlistat) is usually well-tolerated and in most cases, it doesn't cause severe adverse reactions. Anyway, if you experience any of the unwanted symptoms listed below and if they last long or persist, seek advice from your healthcare provider:

  • Gastrointestinal disorders, including stomach ache, slight to mild diarrhea, flatulence, steatorrhea, encopresis, increased amount of fecal masses, nausea, vomiting and more. In most cases, these symptoms are temporary and normally disappear in a few days.

  • Nervous system disorders such as headaches, generalized muscle weakness, pain in the back, muscles and joints, fatigue, altered behavior, anxiety, lost of balance, vertigo, and sleep disorders.

  • Respiratory system disorders that include difficulty breathing, stuffy or runny nose, inflammations, and infections.

  • Skin disorders, including itching, rash, dry skin, irritation, etc.

  • Other disorders like teeth ache, abdominal or menstrual cramps, gall bladder inflammation and others.

Some Xenical diet pills patients reported they had depression, joint inflammation and tendon dystrophy when using the drug more than a year at a row.

Do not get alarmed if your stool changes its color, since Xenical enters into a reaction with insoluble fats that can impart a brown or rusty color. This is one of the indicators that the drug works well, since its mechanism of action is directed at the natural blocking of fat absorption.

One thing you should remember is that as with any weight loss drugs, you will burn much more calories when dieting or engaging in physical activity. Be aware that excess fat consumption may lead to more aggressive adverse reactions and you should avoid eating fatty food as well as cut off fats to less than 30% of your day-to-day dose.