Epipen and its generic counterpart, the Epinephrine Injection, are prescription medications that are used to treat severe allergic reaction, which can be identified by symptoms like difficulty breathing, hives, rashes, tightness in the chest and swelling of the mouth, lips and tongue. Epipen and Epinephrine Injections can be used to treat severe allergic reactions that are caused by insects, foods, drugs and many other things. Epipen and Epinephrine Injections can also be prescribed to treat exercise-induced anaphylaxis.
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As with all prescription and non-prescription medications that are available on the market today, there are some side effects that are associated with the use of Epipen and the Epinephrine Injection. Some individuals may not experience any of these associated side effects while other individuals may experience one or more of these associated side effects. The most common and least severe side effects associated with the use of Epipen and the Epinephrine Injection are as follows: Anxiety, difficulty sleeping, fearfulness, headaches, dizziness, nausea, nervousness, paleness of the skin, sweating, tremors, vomiting and weakness of the body. While these fore mentioned side effects may not be considered life threatening, it is still imperative that you notify your doctor as soon as possible if you begin to experience any of these side effects. Your doctor will need to know this information so that they can advise you on whether or not to continue using Epipen or Epinephrine Injections. Unfortunately, there are some more serious, less common side effects that are also associated with the use of Epipen and Epinephrine Injections and they are as follows: Severe allergic reactions, fast or irregular heartbeat and wheezing when you breathe. If you begin to experience any of the more serious side effects associated with Epipen, it is advised that you seek emergency medical attention immediately and notify your doctor as soon as you are able. Your doctor will likely want you to completely discontinue your use of Epipen or Epinephrine Injections.
Before you are prescribed Epipen, you will need to discuss your medical history with your doctor. If you have heart disease, high blood pressure, a heart rhythm disorder, coronary artery disease, Parkinson's disease, a thyroid disorder or diabetes, you will not want to take Epipen. You will also need to tell your doctor about any medications you are currently taking before you are prescribed either of these medications. Medications like Digoxin, which are used to treat certain heart problems, antidepressants, diuretic, migraine medications and thyroid medications should not be mixed with Epipen or Epinephrine Injections. If you are prescribed this medication, you should be sure to not inject it into a vein or muscle in the buttocks, as it may not be as effective.