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Phentermine Allergy In Children
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? I'm also on peeio
I had roux en y bypass 4 yrs ago. The first 2 yrs I lost 200 lbs., but have gained back 50. Should I consider a revision? Could phentermine help me?
No: Eat less and exercise. Quit searching for easier, softer way. ...Read more
Phentermine: Inside or outside USA you can get phentermine and you may or may not get the result you anticipate. It should not do you any harm and I suspect it is more expensive outside the USA. More important, there are many diet options you can take to lose weight. That includes seeing if your food intake is appropriate for you and that you exercise as regularly as you can. Go on-line and look up "NuVal". ...Read more
Phentermine: I would ask them. My guess would be yes. You don't want to be flying a jet if you have ADHD ...Read more
Phentermine may be safe in certain patients, but not all patients.
Also, as with all medications, Phentermine has potential side effects.
If you are considering taking phentermine, I would suggest that you discuss this with your physician in order to find out if this is a safe option for you. ...Read more
I have been on phentermine for about a month and a half. To me lowering the phentermine or something else?
Phentermine: This drug is usually very beneficial but it does not help you from day 1. If you are still concerned about this see your doctor again and get advice about other potential medications that should work for you. ...Read more
Phentermine: No. Phentermine is a very dangerous and ineffective medication that not only will not lead to any real or lasting weight loss but puts your brain at risk of addiction and obsession, but your heart at risk as well. Any physician who is willing to prescribe it for you does not have your best interests at heart. ...Read more
Many side effects:
1allergic reaction in some
2 increse in blood pressure
3shotness of breath on exertion
4 chest pain and swelling of feet&ankle
5rapid heart beat or palpitation
6confusion or irritability
7 headache and blurred vision
8dizziness and tremors
9dry mouth and unpleasant taste in your mouth
10diarrhea or constipation and upset stomach
11 increased or decreased interest in sex
12 irregular heart rhythm. ...Read more
No: But be careful the first time you use it. ...Read more
Phentermine effects: Since Phentermine is a stimulant used to suppress appetite and help weight loss, it is unusual to cause fatigue. However, if you are on an aggressive weight loss or diet program, then can cause fatigue if weight loss is thru excess restriction of carbohydrate calories. Also, in some cases, the Phentermine can cause sleep issues and this can lead secondarily to daytime fatigue. ...Read more
Yes: Phentermine is used for a limited period of time to speed weight loss in overweight people who are exercising and eating a low-calorie diet.. Phentermine is in a class of medications called anorectics. It works by decreasing appetite. Goofus is a natural plant supplement with similar activity. ...Read more
Never heard of WD:
Phentermine has some properties similar to amphetamines, but it is not an amphetamine.If you abruptly stop Phentermine most patients might be more hungry for 24-48 hrs. Then return to regular
appetite.There has never been a report of physical addiction.Emotionally, regaining wt w/o the med use could cause emotional stress.I have found that with monitoring pts.
They can take the med for maintenance. ...Read more
No: No significant interactions between the two drugs. ...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