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Wellbutrin And Diet Pills
What prescription diet pills r safe to take while on Wellbutrin (bupropion)? So many prescription diet pills out there but dr's won't prescibe them. Makes no sense
Risk factors.: Contrave has Wellbutrin (and Naltrexone). Phentermine is in numerous nootropics and raises concern. Qsymia (phentermine and topiramate) combines Phentermine with Topiramate. There might be some concern as Topamax is also used with mood lability. Your personal and family medical history may contain safety concerns for prescribers. Ask for their reasons. ...Read more
Anorectic agents generally known as diet pills are medications which decrease or inhibit appetite and aid in the reduction of food intake, therefore aiding weightmloss. Most currently FDA-approved appetite medications are dispensed by prescription due to potential side effects and contraindications. Diet pills alone are seldom successful in deriving long-term weight reduction. They should only be taken under the direct supervision of a physician specifically trained in their use as a part of a multi-modal treatment program including diet, exercise, ...Read more
I take Wellbutrin (bupropion) Xl 150mgs can I take diet pills while taking this (Garcinia Cambogia) or any kind of diet pills Thanks!!
Diet pills: Please discuss this with your Primary doctor. No one should take an additional medicine unless discussed with your doctor. ...Read more
Is it safe to take the "It Works" diet pills while taking wellbutrin, topamax (topiramate) and a low dosage of prozac?
Can I take Zoloft (sertraline) and welbutrin with diet pills? Such as xenadrine or hydroxycut? I need to lose 50 lbs. Zoloft (sertraline) has made me gain a lot of weight. But I need it for OCD and depression.
Other diet options: Exercise and a healthy weight loss diet. In my practice I generally prescribe Diethylpropion er 75 mg around 2pm. I prescribe it because of the success I've had with it in patients on psychotropics. Other options include low dose topamax, (topiramate) but make sure you are aware of all the side effects. Green coffee bean extract can help as can ashwaghanda or garcinia cambogia. ...Read more
LargelyNo. Marketing: Though many humans often want & do pay $, again&again, for loss of body fat (thus a huge market for big pharma if anything were found that did work) no very effective or safe ones exist to date; just marketing to sell to those with more $ than wisdom. So what has ALWAYS worked? LCHF foods, https://goo. Gl/GWev0g & ↑ing muscle mass. Bware: mainstream medicine≈not about health: http://goo. Gl/Blh6rW. ...Read more
I don't recommend: Them for my patients. Eat healthfully. Try to eat at least 5 servings of vegetables & 4 of fruit per day. Increase nutritional fiber. Avoid refined sugar & junk carbohydrates. Avoid alcohol, sweetened juices, soda & caffeinated beverages. Aim for 7.5 to 8 hrs of sleep / night. Hydrate w at least 64 oz of water / day. Calories burned must > calories consumed. Do both cardio & weight training. ...Read more
No quick fix!: There really isn't a quick fix when it comes to weight. Eating healthy meals and snacks, and exercising are your best bets! Check on-line for the national weight control registry to learn the habits of folks who have lost significant weight and kept it off for years. One gentleman says, "the best way to avoid gaining ten pounds is to avoid gaining five." so right on the money! It's lifelong work! ...Read more
None: The only way to lose weight, keep it off, and stay healthy is to approach it sensibly. Eat more vegetables, fruits, grains, eggs, lean meats (in that order). Eat smaller amounts of the dense calorie-rich foods. Most people can eat as many vegetables as they want. Exercise- start slow if you're not used to it. See your doctor to make sure there isn't any medical problem complicating the process. ...Read more
Can be risky: There are a large number of diet pills that have been marketed and not all are fda approved. Some have been takne off the market, many can cause headaches, jittenrness, sleep difficulties or agitation. As with prescription meds all have risks and side effects, some of which might be more of a problem depending on an individuals history. This is something to discuss with primary care doc. ...Read more
Abidexin: Yes abidexin is a reliable weight reduction pill but I think you would be better served if you worked on your diet and exercise. Loosing weight at a great speed using pills is, in my opinion, not in your best interests. Go on-line and look up "NuVal" which will give you a good idea of what foods will help you loose weight rather tablets. Also be sure to exercise readily. ...Read more
Anti-Obesity Drugs: Anti-obesity drugs can be useful adjuncts to diet and exercise for adults with obesity and a Body Mass Index (BMI) >30 kg/m2, who have failed to achieve weight loss goals through diet and exercise alone. A trial of drug therapy is also warranted in patients with a BMI of 27 to 29.9 kg/m2 with comorbidities, or in those in whom gastrointestinal bypass surgery is being considered. ...Read more
AllSorts &LowSuccess: Though many humans want & do pay money, again&again, for loss of body fat (thus a huge market for big pharma if anything were found that did work), no very effective or safe pills exist to date; just marketing to sell to those with more $ than wisdom. So what has ALWAYS worked? LCHF foods, fasting (https://goo. Gl/GWev0g) & ↑ing muscle mass. Most medicine is not about health: http://goo. Gl/Blh6rW. ...Read more
Some maybe, some no: This is a very broad question, because so many substances are said to be "diet pills". Some may also contain substances not listed on the label, as my colleague suggests. Recently, one called "japan rapid weight loss diet pills green" was found to contain phenolphthalein -- a cancer-causing agent not approved for the us market. A good review source is: www. Consumerlab. Com take care out there. ...Read more
Green tea has many proven health benefits. It is not a magic pill for weight loss but combined with healthy diet & exercise appears to increase weight loss. See http://www. Webmd. Com/diet/news/20050126/green-tea-fights-fat & http://altmedicine. About. Com/od/greentea/a/green_tea_weight_loss. Htm &
http://www. Umm. Edu/altmed/articles/green-tea-000255.Htm. ...Read more
Not a diet pill: A new study shows 2 drugs approved to treat type 2 diabetes may also aid weight loss in overweight people with or without diabetes, the drugs Byetta and victoza (liraglutide) mimic gut hormones that decrease appetite. A new research review, published in bmj reveals that the avg. Weight loss for diabetics was 6lbs when pts. Injected daily or weekly. Ask your dr. If you are a good candidate for this rx. ...Read more
There are many supplements that are for weight loss. I feel like a balanced healthy diet, and good exercise regime is the best for helping you lose weight.
There might be some medical reasons you can't lose weight which should be addressed.
Things like thyroid, hormones, brain chemistry, and chronic infections all contribute to problems losing weight. When those are addressed, things should be ok. ...Read more
No, but: Neither are as good as learning how to eat and exercise properly for the rest of your life. Both diet pills and starving are potentially dangerous. Proper nutrition and exercise isn't, in fact it's healthy. Do it internally, not externally. Improve your lifestyle and your life. ...Read more
Yes: Those will not interraction, or shouldn't. In any event it's not worth being pregnant over and I've never heard of any significant interractions. ...Read more
Refers to all the physical matter humans (like all living creatures) must take in on a recurring basis; only partially for energy. Like all life on planet humans are open systems which keep tearing down their structure & require intake of atoms/molecules from which to rebuild their structure. Intestinal lining cells replaced ~every 3 days. CaPO4 in bones ~every 6 years, ...Read more