What is Adipex ?
Adipex retard is a weight loss medication prescribed by doctors for overweight patients. Adipex falls under the category of central nervous system stimulant, with similar traits to amphetamines.
With Adipex, the patient’s appetite is suppressed. It is a short-term medication used in conjunction with a diet and exercise regimen to reduce weight – especially for those patients who suffer from obesity health concerns, such as diabetes.
Is Adipex right for you?
Only your physician can truly ascertain if Adipex is right for your weight loss needs. Your medical history and current medications must be evaluated before you can begin taking Phentermine.
Adipex is a highly effective strategy as a short-term solution, which can precipitate long term results. This particular weight loss formula has traditionally been prescribed to patients who need to lose weight rapidly – combined with diet and exercise, Adipex can alleviate the serious health conditions related to obesity, such as high blood pressure and cholesterol.
This being said, adipex is not to be used as a long-term weight loss supplement. Rather, it is generally prescribed for brief periods of three to six weeks because of its habit-forming nature. In some cases, doctors will prescribe adipex for up to twelve weeks.
How is Adipex Retard taken?
Adipex is generally prescribed in of two ways: tablets or capsules. Capsules are time-released and only need to be taken once or twice a day. Tablets are taken three times daily, usually with meals, which helps reduce the risk of side effects.
Since this medication is a central nervous stimulant, it is important that you never double up on a dose, as this greatly increases the chance of negative side effects from Adipex. If you miss a dose, you simply take it as soon as you can.
Who should not use Adipex Retard?
Because Adipex is a central nervous system stimulant, it is important to prevent dangerous drug interactions. You and your doctor must discuss fully your medical history, as well as use of drugs and/or alcohol before beginning a Adipex treatment. Failure to do so could increase your chances of having serious side effects.
If you use an MAO inhibitor, you must allow time for that medication to fully flush out of your system before taking Adipex.
Diabetes patients may require higher doses of insulin as a result of taking Adipex. Anyone who has thyroid problems, heart disease, and hypertension problems must take carefully with their doctor to ensure that Adipex is the right medication.
If you have a history of depression or anxiety, you and your doctor may wish to look at other options, as Adipex may exacerbate the problems you are experiencing.
Your health and Adipex
The use of any medication requires that you be honest with your physician or health professional. Failure to fully disclose your medical history and past use of drugs and/or alcohol could adversely affect your health.
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