No. They are the same thing-phentermine.
Same. Phentermine=generic adipex=trade name.
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.
Yes. Adipex is another name for phentermine.
Appetite suppressant. Phentermine is in the amphetamine class of drugs and is used to suppress the appetite. It works in the bran to decrease hunger and it may also increase metabolism. It is indicated for short term use for treatment of obesity when combined with exercise and behavioral modification. Common side effects include insomnia, dry mouth, constipation, elevated heart rate, and agitation.
Adipex. The amount of weight you lose with phentermine is variable depending of things like your calorie intake, level of obesity, gender, activity level, dosage, etc. According to a Livestrong article entitled “The Average Monthly Weight Loss Using Phentermine” a woman might lose 3 to 6 pounds per month and a man might lose 5 to 8 pounds per month when using a low-calorie diet in addition to Phentermine.
Adipex. Is a prescription medication.
Short term. Fastin is phentermine, indicated for the short-term assistance in weight loss efforts. Make sure your blood pressure is under control first. Weight loss will help blood sugar control, but so will a low-carb, prudent, diabetic diet along with a regular exercise program. You can get more weight loss by adding onglyza/bydureon/januvia, depending on your need for a1c reduction.
Big Difference. Lipovite is an injection that claims to reduce fat accumulation by the liver using a combination of enzymes and b vitamins. Phentermine is essentially an appetite suppressant.
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.
People with weight. This was already nicely answered earlier by one of my fellow "tappers"; check it out. Basically it is used in patients with weight issues.