Xenical 120mg capsules contain the medicine Orlistat. Xenical was first developed by Roche and became available in 1998. It has since been used safely for 20 years to help people suffering with obesity to lose excess weight where dieting and exercise alone has been unsuccessful. Xenical pills can be prescribed for patients who have a body mass index (BMI) of 30 or over, or 28 or over if there are other risk factors present, such as heart disease, diabetes or smoking.
Xenical capsules should be combined with a healthy, low calorie diet and exercise plan to maximise the effects. When used in this way, it can help you to lose an extra 1-pound for every 2-pounds you lose naturally. In clinical trials, almost twice as many patients who received Xenical achieved an average weight loss of 10 percent or more of their body weight in one year, compared to those on diet plan alone.
|Orlistat 120mg 84 (1 months treatment)||40|
|Orlistat 120mg 168 (2 months treatment)||70|
|Orlistat 120mg 252 (3 months treatment)||100|
|Xenical 120mg 84 (1 months treatment)||65|
|Xenical 120mg 168 (2 months treatment)||100|
|Xenical 120mg 252 (3 months treatment)||155|
|Warnings||Possible Side Effects of Xenical (Orlistat 120mg):Side effects of taking Xenical (Orlistat) are usually mild and are not experienced by everyone. The most common side-effects include; headache, abdominal pain/discomfort, urgent need to open the bowels, flatulence (wind) , oily discharge, oily or fatty stools, liquid stools. Low blood sugar levels may be experienced by some people with type 2 diabetes. The digestive system side effects can be minimised by reducing the amount of fat in the diet.Discontinue Xenical immediately and seek medical assistance if you experience yellowing of the skin and eyes, itching, dark-coloured urine, stomach pain and liver tenderness.|
|Directions||Take up to ONE capsule three times a day. Take with a meal if the meal contains fats. Do not take with meals not containing fats or if you skip a meal.|