can divanex cause dizziness??

  1. can divanex cause dizziness??


    I started taking dinvanex a few day ago and have noticed some light dizziness each day. I've taken ActivaTe in the past before and dont remember having this. I'm eating plenty of carbs, so I know its not that. Has anyone else had this experience taking divanex? Its the only thing that has changed for me, so thats why I'm asking.

    thx


  2. Didn't experience anything like that while taking it.

  3. here is a list of possible nettle root sides. although they are rare.
    nothing mentioned about dizziness though. sometimes i get light headed when i'm starting to get sick.

    When taken orally, it can cause upset stomach, burning, difficulty with urination, bloating and edema. Nettle root extract should not be used in patients with heart or kidney problems, due to fluid retention properties.
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  4. Also haven't heard any reports of dizziness either (or when I've run it). Sounds like it may be something else causing the dizziness; it is throughout the day or just for a brief time?

  5. Its more of a light-headed type of feeling, not really things spinning. Both of my kids are sick, so its possible that maybe I have a touch of it. Running today on the treadmill, I quit after about 30 minutes because it was affecting me. I was also sweating more than normal so maybe it is the sick thing. I guess I'll stop taking it for a few days and see what happens. If it goes away I'll start up again and see if it returns.

    If anyone else has any experience, I would appreciate the post.....

  6. Have you checked your BP. The actives may be lowering your BP through vasodialation and nitrogen retention.
    M.Ed. Ex Phys


  7. yes, my BP is actually been a little on the high side: 130s/80s Its been up for a while due to some stresses. It was running below 120/80 for years.

  8. Quote Originally Posted by mickjagger View Post
    yes, my BP is actually been a little on the high side: 130s/80s Its been up for a while due to some stresses. It was running below 120/80 for years.
    The systolic (top number) is not the true concern, the diastolic is, but it's still within "normal" range.
    M.Ed. Ex Phys

  

  
 

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