Orlastat

Were you looking for information on Orlistat? Orlastat is a common misspelling of orlistat.
 
Orlistat is a drug commonly used to help people lose weight. It is available by prescription (sold as Xenical®) and without a prescription (sold as Alli™). The medication is taken with each fat-containing meal, up to three times daily. It works by inhibiting the action of enzymes that break down fat molecules, which reduces fat absorption in the body. Side effects of orlistat include stomach pain, gas, and oily spotting.
 
(Click Orlistat to learn more, including when and how to take the drug to achieve the best results, things to discuss with your healthcare provider, and additional information on side effects.)
 
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