What if your urine turns blue or the medicine you are taking causes the Boner That Won't Quit?
Here’s a look at some common Medicine's not-so-common or weirdest side effects.
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You've probably noted the warning at the end of Cialis and Levitra commercials warning users to seek medical treatment if they have an erection lasting for more than four hours. Sure, most guys (and even some gals) think that having an erection that long doesn't sound all that terrible, even if it is inconvenient.
It's worth noting that Viagra doesn't carry the risk of priapism. It does, however, carry other strange side effects, most notably cyanopsia (aka, blue-tinted vision).
8 .Orgasms While Yawning
Some people have difficulty experiencing orgasm, but a small percentage of individuals taking the anti-depressant Clomipramine have the exact opposite problem. In fact, users found that whenever they yawned, they would achieve orgasm.
7 Brain Zaps
One of the strangest and most disturbing side effects of anti-depressant withdrawal is known as "brain zaps," which are pretty much exactly what they sound like — the feeling of an electrical shock running through your head.
6. Black Hairy Tongue
It's pretty disturbing for your tongue to become black and fuzzy. Also, having a constant metallic taste in your mouth and bad breath isn't exactly pleasant. A prescription medication doesn't even cause this condition, but an over the counter upset stomach treatment does — Pepto Bismol. Pepto can also make your feces black, so you can have both ends of your digestive system look equally disturbing — all thanks to one fun treatment.
If the thought of having your flesh burn off as soon as you walk in the light disturbs you, then you should probably stay away from Levaquin and other fluoroquinolone anti-depressants, which boasts phototoxicity as one of its side effects. This means walking around outside can result in rapid and extreme sunburns, complete with blisters.
4. Extreme Hand-Foot Syndrome
Fingerprints are becoming more and more important in our digital world as we increasingly use them to verify our identity on phones, and banks, hospitals, and airports. Unfortunately, some cancer drugs (most notably Capecitabine) have the side effect of hand-foot syndrome, which can result in vanishing fingerprints.
3. Weird Dream
The medication Chantix (varencline), prescribed to help people stop smoking, is known to cause dreams that are super strange and vivid. Even stranger? People taking the prescription sleep aid Ambien (zolpidem) have been known to get up at night, go for a drive, talk on the phone, or even have sex — and not remember anything in the morning.
2. Urine Discoloration
It's not unusual to notice a change in urine color. But can you imagine seeing your urine turn green or blue?
This odd symptom can be a side effect of taking the antidepressant Elavil (amitriptyline) or the common pain reliever Indocin (indomethacin).
1. Compulsive Behavior
Unfortunately, drugs like Mirapex and Requip can cause compulsive behaviors that can make a light drinker an alcoholic, an occasional gambler an addict, an average person a shopaholic or a sex addict.