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Chantix Report: Swollen face touch Eyes

Chantix Report: Swollen face touch Eyes

A following Chantix side effect report was submitted by a user.

Female patient reported the following Chantix side effects :
Swollen face. Red and hot to touch. Eyes nearly swollen shut. Extremely itchy blotcy rash on random spots on torso and neck. Had been on Chantix for 3 weeks at this point. Stopped taking it. The face thing gets better, then comes back.... Tonight(3.5 weeks later) I woke up with extreme pain in both knees. Face is still red and somewhat swollen


Medication Dosage: Standard pack
Medication Frequency: Daily, climbing doses till the standard dose reached
Patient Age: 39
Patient Weight: 260
Other medications: Diovan for blood pressure. Celexa. Advair.
Diagnosis: To stop smoking. Which I actually did, but I feel so bad I am wondering if it was worth it.
Pre-existing conditions: Allergies. I do drink alcohol. Ashtma.
Hospitalized? No
Life-threatening? No
Disabled? No
Birth Defects? No
Was intervention required to prevent damage? No
Other serious medical events? No
Died? No

It is estimated that 1.5 million preventable adverse drug events occur each year. Many more millions of mild adverse drug events occur each year which can affect your health, mental state, and normal everyday functioning. Drug side effects can cause death, disability, and illness.

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