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Zolpidem - Has anyone experienced weight gain while taking 10mg?

5/7/2014
04:57 | Author: Nick Jenkins

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Zolpidem - Has anyone experienced weight gain while taking 10mg?

1 Answer - Posted in: zolpidem, weight, obesity, medication - Answer: While taking Ambien, statistically noticeable number of patients can.

I have been taking this steady for about 6 months and think this is the cause of my steady weight gain. Nothing else has changed so I figure it is the medication. 13 Jun 2013.

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I am 21 years old and about to start Lexapro. I am reading mixed reviews about weight gain/loss on the medicine.

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Gaining Weight? Maybe It39s Your Medicine Reader39s Digest

11/16/2014
04:26 | Author: Lauren Ross

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Gaining Weight? Maybe It39s Your Medicine Reader39s Digest

If you're gaining weight for no reason or having trouble losing weight, check your medicine cabinet to Skinny Alternative: Zolpidem (in prescription Ambien).

Our Expert Says: The alternatives contain different, less potent active chemicals, decreasing the chances that the drugs will boost appetite. Drugs for: Insomnia.

Skinny Alternative: Mixed alphaand betablockers such as carvedilol (Coreg).

Skinny Alternative: Bupropion (Wellbutrin, Aplenzin).

Could cause weight gain: Rosiglitazone (Avandia), pioglitazone (Actos), glyburide (Diabeta, Glynase), glipizide (Glucotrol), insulin.

Our Expert Says: With the single-effect beta-blockers, it can be harder to lose weight, possibly because they reduce metabolic rate.

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Is There a Connection Between Zolpidem and Weight Gain?

11/15/2014
02:11 | Author: Nick Jenkins

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Is There a Connection Between Zolpidem and Weight Gain?

Zolpidem and weight gain can be linked in some patients, but it is more common for people who take this medication to experience some.

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Could Lotrel, Zoloft, or Ambien CR cause weight gain? - Weight

9/14/2014
12:32 | Author: David Perry

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Could Lotrel, Zoloft, or Ambien CR cause weight gain? - Weight

According to the prescribing information for Ambien CR (zolpidem tartrate), weight gain was not a reported side effect, however, in clinical trials.

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Do Cymbalta or Ambien cause weight gain - Everyday Health

7/13/2014
02:45 | Author: Kayla Henderson

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Do Cymbalta or Ambien cause weight gain - Everyday Health

Drugs can cause weight gain in several different ways. Some can cause weight gain? Q: Can Cymbalta or zolpidem cause strange dreams?.

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