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Ionamin Allergy Drugs
Can I safely take Wellbutrin (bupropion) Xl 150, Phentermine 37.5, and Clonazepam (PRN)? Was recently prescribed this combo along with allergy meds.
Phentermine is been around for about 60 years. Phentermine is an appetite suppressant the bariatrician in the winter of 2008. Has a article gives a great description of the medication phentermine. I have used Phentermine over the last nine years without any complications whatsoever. We only give a half of a 37.5 mg ...Read more
I am on phentermine and cannot sleep due to the numerous bug bites I have. I took one Benadryl (diphenhydramine) allergy. Anything I need to watch using both these meds?
Itchy small rash for 7days and now vertigo also starting to itch my feet too could this be a bad allergy,mite or qsymia (phentermine and topiramate) side effects? Im also on peeio
Overweight people: Adipex & Ionamin ( generic is phentermine) appetite suppressants, are used short term (3-6 wks) for obese people exercising and eating a low-calorie diet. Don't take if pregnant, over 65 or are on certain drugs. Risks are high-pulmonary hypertension & valvular heart disease - G.I. And other cardiac symptoms, insomnia, headaches occur. Fda controlled check www.Ncbi.Nlm.Nih.Gov/pubmedhealth/pmh0000. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Please what are the differences between ionamin, fastin and phentermine? Which is most effective for obesity?
Weight loss med: All of these are Phentermine which is the generic for a prototypical anorectic medication. Phentermine reduces appetite by distracting you from hunger. It an adjunctive treatment which should be used in conjuction with proper diet and exercise in order to cause weight loss. ...Read more
"Meds": Please start on the web and learn everything you can about these products before you decide which one(s) are OK and safe! When you have settled this go to your pharmacy and see what the total costs of these meds would be. Very few people need all of the above without a very clear medical indication. ...Read more
Great question!: We don't know "why" people develop drug allergies, as there are many potential causes. Frequent exposure or prolonged use is one trigger - and this is seen with certain types of chemotherapy. Many factors, including genetic risks, other medications, and propensity for allergy probably play a role as well. ...Read more
#1:STOP DRUG FIRST: Stop the drug immediately and consider benadryl (diphenhydramine). Observe for symptoms of airway difficulty: lip or tongue swelling which should prompt you to call 911 if this should occur. Consider a medalert bracelet identifying the allergy or seeking an allergist for desensitization. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Epinephrine: For severe shellfish allergy, only injectable Epinephrine for reactions is a reliable treatment. Some people with very mild allergies can use antihistamines alone, but everyone should have Epinephrine available. Unfortunately, there are no drugs that will prevent or resolve a food allergy so you can eat the food without risk, although this is an active area of research. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sure: Phentermine is a stimulant & fully capable of being the source of addiction. There is a difference between physiological tolerance &/or withdrawal -vs- addiction. To be addicted you need one of the biological features (tolerance or withdrawal), loss of control (despite negative consequences), & salience (it becomes an important part of your life). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Subtle: hives can occur as part of an allergy syndrome. people with chronic hives or who have an inborn low threshold for hives have difficulty differentiating simple hives from drug allergy. If the drug reaction is IgE-mediated, or occurs via a similar pathway without IgE, then one would expect additional symptoms other than hives (breathing problem, dizzy, nausea, swelling, headache, etc) ...Read more
Allergies occur when your immune system is triggered by envirionmental factors it should ignore--for example, pollen in the air, or dander on a cat or dog--and creates cells to fight against them. An allergic reaction typically causes itching, congestion, or drainage, and ...Read more