Do Not Take Phentermine If
Phentermine – widely used sympathomimetic, which suppresses appetite by stimulating the release of norepinephrine and dopamine nerve endings in the heart of the hypothalamus saturation. In addition, the drug inhibits gastric secretion and increases energy expenditure. That’s why, Phentermine is used by people who want to get rid of obesity.
One of the biggest studies has shown that 60% of patients, who take Phentermine, reduced weight more than on 5%. All they have tolerated this medication well and avoided side effects.
Positive results of the Phentermine use in the treatment of overweight have been noticed by doctors in 2002, 2004 and 2007 years.
Although, Phentermine is rather well tolerated and effective medication, it’s recommended to consult with the doctor before start treatment therapy. Good consultation may help you to avoid possible complication and medicine interaction.
Accordingly, try not to use Phentermine if you have problems with:
- - heart disease or high blood pressure,
- when using monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs) such as isocarboxazid (Marplan), tranylcypromine (Parnat) or phenelzine (Nardil) in the last 14 days,
- drugs and alcohol problems.
Before taking Phentermine pills turn to your doctor and discuss with him whether you have thyroid problems, anxiety disorder, epilepsy, diabetes or seizures.
Unfortunately, if you suffer even one of listed above conditions, you should better avoid treatment with Phentermine or at least use it in special picked for you by doctor dose.
Till today, the Phentermine effects on the fetus remain unknown, as well as its effect on the breast milk. Due to this reason, do not take Phentermine by yourself, without quality consultation with the specialist.