Prescription Phentermine is a medication that all users should be informed about before use. This page is designed exactly for this purpose. If you are unclear about how to use your Phentermine prescription on receiving it, please read the additional information that is available with your prescription.
Phentermine is not recommended for women who are pregnant or who are nursing. Phentermine should not be used by children under the age of eighteen.
Phentermine has provided different effects on those in years, depending on their health conditions and medications they were taking. If you doubt whether Phentermine is a medication you can take, please consult your family physician to get a complete medical review of your current condition.
Body Mass Index
Phentermine medication is recommended to those who have a body mass index over twenty seven percent. If you have never checked, or if you do not know what your body mass index is, we have a body mass index calculator for your personal use.
Phentermine should not be used by those who have high blood pressure, thyroid problems, diabetes, glaucoma, and emotional problems or are suffering from liver, kidney or heart problems.
The effects of Phentermine are increased by alcohol. The use of alcohol and Phentermine concurrently can make you feel dizzy or lightheaded.
Additional side effects of Phentermine include an upset stomach, constipation, nervousness, sleeplessness, dry mouth and sometimes irritability. Not all users will experience these side effects, and in general most people do not notice any of them after a few days of use.