As with any type of medication there are some possible side effects which may occur when you start taking Xanax, there have been studies done that have indicated that there is very little chance of having any form of allergic reaction to Xanax when you start to use it.
Be aware that we would advise anyone who is considering taking Xanax who may be worried about using it that they should seek expert medical advice to ensure they are going to find Xanax beneficial and useful.
Some of the more common types of side effects that have been reported from time to time are listed below, once again should you start taking Xanax and experience any of the following possible side effects we would suggest you seek medical advise immediately.
The side effects which you could or may experience when using Xanax include the following:
- Change in libido
- Jaundice (this is a very rare side effect)
- Hallucinations (this is a rare side effect)
- Dry mouth (occurrences of this side effect are infrequent)
- Suicidal ideation (this is a rare side effect)
- Urinary retention (occurrences of this side effect are infrequent)
- Skin rash
- Respiratory depression
- Anterograde amnesia
- Concentration problems
Other possible side effects you may experience when you take Xanax are drowsiness or a feeling of dizziness, or you may get a feeling of light headedness, fatigue, or you may feel unsteady on your feet or you could get an impaired coordination feeling or could experience vertigo.