Dextrostat Addiction Hotline
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Tell your doctor about your complete medical history, including prescriptions, non-prescriptions, vitamins, supplements and alcohol consumption habits, so he or she can decide if Dextrostat is the right medication to treat you.
Dextrostat is listed as a schedule II controlled substance in the United States, which means it has a high potential for misuse which may lead to severe psychological or physical dependence.
As with other prescription drugs, there is a chance of experiencing side effects from Dextrostat. Some common side effects may include:
- Upset stomach
- Loss of appetite
- Dry mouth
- Trouble sleeping
- Weight loss
There is also a possibility of more serious side effects, such as signs of blood flow problems or unusual wounds in the fingers or toes, mental/mood or behavior changes, uncontrolled movements, muscle twitching or shaking, outbursts of words or sounds, change in sexual ability or interest, swelling in ankles or feet, extreme tiredness, unexplained extreme weight loss and frequent or prolonged erections.
Contact your doctor immediately if you experience any side effect while taking Dextrostat.
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Do not drink any alcohol until you are aware of how Dextrostat will affect you.
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Have a conversation with your doctor about your alcohol consumption habits, and tell him or her if you intend to drink alcohol while taking Dextrostat to avoid any unwanted problems or effects and to ensure you receive the best care.
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