Lentogesic Report: Acute Porphyric attack suicidal
A following Lentogesic side effect report was submitted by a user.
Male patient reported the following Lentogesic Capsules side effects :
Acute Porphyric attack. suicidal ideation, acute persperation. respitory problems, dizziness and severe nausea.
I took capsule at 7.45am and started feeling side effects at 8.25am, after having breakfast. It started with increased temperature and abnormal levels of perspirationSide Effect Event date: Friday October 9th 12:00:00 AM
Medication Dosage: 1 capsule
Medication Frequency: took only one tablet which was on friday morning
Patient Age: 31
Patient Weight: 81
Other medications: 40mg of strattera 1 Forcid Solutab 875/125 tablet (I had taken the forcid solutab the night before with no side effects, and have used it in the past, without problems.
Diagnosis: Given as a painkiller from my GP, Dr Dave Pete, at Medicross. I had problems with my jaw, and my GP gave me Lentogesic as a pain killer, together with anti-biotics (penicillin), which is safe for me.
Pre-existing conditions: I have vereegate porphyria and have sensitivities to sulpha drugs, barbiturates and pentathol.
Life-threatening? Yes I nearly had a car accident and had to get someone to drive my car.
Birth Defects? No
Was intervention required to prevent damage? No
Other serious medical events? Yes Suicidal Ideation and severe respitory problems
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