Nausea, Problems with understanding, Rash, Liver disorder, Abdominal pain, Altered sleep, Blurred vision, Abnormal breast enlargement in male, Confusion, Constipation, Depression, Dizziness, Dry eye, Dry mouth, Nasal dryness, Ear disorder, Fatigue, Feeling abnormal, Hair loss, Hallucination, Headache, Altered heart rate, Increased glucose level in blood, Impotence, Itching, Loss of libido, Feeling of discomfort, Vomiting, Nightmare, Raynaud phenomenon
Frequently Ask Questions:
Q. Is clonidine a beta blocker/ a benzodiazepine/an ace inhibitor/ a diuretic/an opiate/addictive/ narcotic/ a controlled substance?
Clonidine belongs to a group of medicines called vasodilators. It is not a beta blocker, benzodiazepine, ace inhibitor, diuretic, opiate, addictive, narcotic, a controlled substance
Q. Is clonidine used for anxiety/for sleep/ /for hot flashes/for opiate withdrawal/ clonidine help with methadone withdrawal?
Clonidine is primarily approved to be used as a medication for high blood pressure; it can be also used to treat anxiety, sleep disorders, hot flashes in women. Clonidine is used as a non-narcotic alternative to methadone for reducing withdrawal symptoms in people who are trying to stop taking opiate drugs such as morphine and heroin
Q. Is clonidine safe/ make you tired/ cause weight loss/ get u high/potentiate opiates/ does clonidine cause depression/ cause bradycardia?
Clonidine is safe if taken at recommended dosage and duration. Certain side effects include feeling tired, depression, bradycardia (low blood pressure). It can make you high and may potentiate opiates
Q. Does clonidine come in liquid form?
Clonidine is available in oral liquid form for children treated for attention deficient hyperactivity disorder and other mental disorders.