Inform your Doctor of the following:
It is very important to take precautions before taking Adipex, or any other phentermine diet pill, as it can lead to health problems if not identified beforehand.
For instance, Adipex can increase your heart rate and blood pressure, which can be very harmful, especially if you already have a high heart rate and blood pressure.
In the past, doctors were recommending a drug “cocktail”, where they mixed phentermine diet pills, such as Adipex, with another medication called fenfluramine, a very effective anorectic drug. This drug combination was known under the name Phen-Fen.
The combination was extremely effective in helping people lose weight very fast, but it also proved harmful for some people who took it. The main side effects were problems with the heart and lungs, including primary pulmonary hypertension (PPH). Fenfluramine was finally taken out of the market in 1997, while Adipex continues to be authorized solely upon prescription.
People taking Adipex should avoid the following, and in any case tell their prescribing doctor about it:
What’s more, a certain number of points should be discussed with your prescribing doctor before taking Adipex:
The precautions listed above are the most general and common precautions to be aware of when taking generic Adipex, however they are not the only ones. There may and most likely are many other less common precautions to take before starting generic Adipex diet pills, which is why it is so important to consult your doctor before taking them, or any other medication.
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