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Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Is Megace Safe As an Appetite Stimulant?

Megace is a product that can be used to treat lack of appetite or weight loss resulting from disease. It is a man-made substance unlike Eatmor Appetite Stimulant, which is a 100% natural potent stimulant product that is available in capsule form. I take it daily as a dietary supplement and it works in my body to imitate signs of hunger.

When I use the product, I have empty feelings in my stomach, my stomach also growls, and I have increased salivation. An hour after I have taken the supplement, my throat becomes mildly warm. The best time for me to take the supplement is when my stomach is empty and the result is that I have a huge appetite and can consume more calories every day and gain weight naturally.

On the other hand, Megace is available as an oral suspension, not a capsule. The product is a progesterone hormone. It is not known how the oral suspension works in treating lack of appetite. Apart from the scanty information regarding the way the oral suspension works, there may be some possible side effects of using the product such as cushing's disease among others. However, with Eatmor from VH NUtrition, there have been no reported cases of side effects of using the product.

There is some important safety information regarding the use of Megace oral suspension are noted on VH Nutrition's Megace information page. The most common adverse effects associated with the product are impotence, flatulence, rash, hypertension, fever, decreased libido, insomnia and hyperglycemia. Breakthrough bleeding has been reported by women who used the product. Before you can consider using the product, you should tell your pharmacist or physician if the following things are applicable to you.

  • You’re pregnant
  • You’re planning to get pregnant
  • You’re breastfeeding
  • You’re taking prescription, nonprescription or herbal medicine
  • You’re taking a dietary supplement
  • You have some allergies to foods, medicines or any other substance
  • You have diabetes or kidney problems
  • You have an infection
You need to follow the doctor’s advice regarding how you should take Megace. The label that is on the packaging will provide you with the exact dosage instructions. You also need to shake well before you use the product. A measuring device is provided, and your physician can show you how to measure the dosage. It may be necessary to modify the dosage for an elderly person.
If you have missed your dosage, you need to take it at the earliest opportunity. However, if the time for the next dose is fast approaching, you can skip the one that you missed. Ensure that you return to the regular dosage. It’s not advisable to take two doses at the same time.

Megace Side Effects

Other possible side effects of using MegaceES include the following. There may be severe allergic reactions, including itching rashes, difficulty breathing, chest tightness and swelling in your face, mouth, lips or tongue. A person can have difficulty controlling urination. Irregular heartbeat, hot flashes, nausea, burning numbness or tingling can also occur.

Signs of infection can also occur, including fever, chills or sore throat. Your hands, feet, legs or ankles may swell after you have taken the oral suspension. Unusual weakness or tiredness are other possible side effects. This isn’t a comprehensive list of every side effect that may occur. It is therefore important to seek the advice of a doctor before you start taking any medication or dietary supplement.


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Rxlist.com. Retrieved 25 January 2014 from http://www.rxlist.com/megace-side-effects-drug-center.htm
Drugs.com. Retrieved 25 January 2014 from http://www.drugs.com/cdi/megace-suspension.html

About The Author:

VH Nutrition offers a natural alternative to MegaceES. Eatmor has not gone under any clinical studies and is not intended to diagnose, treat, or prevent any disease. Consult your donctor before beginning or ending use of either MegaceES or Eatmor.




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