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A patient intending to start taking any preparations for obesity in order to achieve a long-term effect should consult a doctor in order to discuss possible health problems and risks.
Appetite suppressants are thought to be habit-forming. Presently, most of such medications are considered to be controlled which means that doctors have to follow some certain restrictions when indicating them as they me habit-forming.
The weight of most op people stops reducing after a 6 months’ administration of appetite suppressants usually. This may be the sign of a formed habit. Although, it is not known whether this effect is a result of a habit-forming quality of an appetite suppressant or if it means that the medication reaches its maximum efficiency.
Each patient who intends to start taking Phentermine 37.5 should consult a doctor. Phentermine 37.5 should not be taken if a patient has a history of being allergic to:
✓ any components of the medication
✓ any other similar medicines used to reduce weight.
The symptoms of the allergic reaction may be the following:
✓ shortness or difficulty of breath
✓ swelling of the face
✓ swelling of the lips
✓ swelling of the tongue
✓ skin itching
✓ skin reddening
✓ hives on the skin.
Patients with the following diagnose should avoid using Phentermine 37.5. Such diagnoses include:
✓ mental disorders, such as anorexia nervosa and depression
✓ high blood pressure
✓ high blood pressure in the lungs
✓ heart valves diseases
✓ brain blood vessels diseases
✓ severe cardiovascular diseases (e.g. changing of the rhythm or rate of the heart beat or angina)
✓ hyperactivity of the thyroid gland
✓ narrowing of the blood vessels
✓ due to thickening or hardening of the blood vessel walls
✓ some psychiatric disorders (e.g. anorexia nervosa (loss of appetite), and depression)
Phentermine should not be used while taking some medications as they can interact with Phentermine ingredients. A patient should not take Phentermine while being on antidepressants or recently have taken any of the drugs from the mono-amine oxidase inhibitor group (e.g. trnylcypromine or phenelzine).
A patient should avoid drinking alcohol while taking the medication and inform a doctor in case of having a history of alcohol or drug abuse.
The effectiveness and safety of Phentermine has not been established for children under 12 years old. Thus, Phentermine is not recommended to be given to children.
Patients who intend to start the course of Phentermine should inform their doctor if they are pregnant or breast-feeding or of they are going to get pregnant or start to breastfeed a baby. It has not been established if taking Phentermine is safe for an unborn baby or if Phentermine ingredients can pass into breast milk.
Phentermine should not be taken after the expiry date oriented on the pack or if the package is damaged. An expired or a damaged packaged should be returned to the pharmacist.
If a patient is not sure why Phentermine 37.5 has been prescribed he/she should consult a doctor.