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Phentermine is one of the most popular diet pills in use today. It is a weight loss drug which was was first approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in 1959 to address the primary health concerns of obesity, unhealthy weight gain and the inability to lose weight.
Phentermine is often used as an adjunct to diet and exercise for short-term (6 months or less) management of obesity when a treatment plan with a healthy diet and exercise program (such as weight-watchers, intermittent fasting, etc) alone has been unsuccessful. This prescription medication can be obtained from your doctor with a face-to-face office visit.
Common brand names of phentermine
Phentermine is most commonly sold as generic phentermine hydrochloride. However, it is also sold under numerous brand names such as Adipex-P, Ionamin, Pro-Fast, Duramine, Lomaira, Qsymia, Suprenza and several others.
How To Find A Weight Loss Doctor Who Prescribes Phentermine
In order to get phentermine prescribed to help you lose weight, you need to have:
- a body mass index (BMI) over 30
- healthy blood pressure
- be overweight or obese
- have tried other methods like diet & exercise without success
Doctors who prescribe phentermine often specialize in weight loss as the primary health concern. If you’re struggling to find a doctor, the American Board of Medical Specialties might be able to help verify that any local doctors you are considering are in fact certified specialists in weight management and bariatric medicine.
Do This: Find a local clinic or medical weight loss doctor who offers their patients a weight loss program with phentermine. While it is legal to buy drugs from online pharmacies, and some states do allow prescription via telemedicine instead of face-to-face medical care, you’ll still be required to visit their recommended 3rd party health care providers or lab test service to get a physical examination and lab tests done. An online visit is simply not enough and does not constitute the legally required face-to-face consultation. This is necessary to ensure phentermine is safe for your unique body.
For example, if you are on the verge of having diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure or hypertension, a doctor would not want to prescribe phentermine due to risk of heart attack or another issue. Similarly, a doctor might discover a medical condition which signals that bariatric surgery would be unsafe for you, therefore eliminating that option and steering them toward offering you a medication instead.
Treatment plans in medical weight loss tend to prioritize finding the maximally effective solution for you while minimizing risk to your health. Your health care provider will consider your medical records/medical history along with the results of your exam and bloodwork to determine the best options available for you.
Tip: You can also ask your primary care physician for a referral to a local weight management doctor who offers weight loss programs utilizing phentermine for appetite suppression.
Tip: If you don’t already have a prescription, you will be unable to buy phentermine directly from online pharmacies. You’ll first need a current valid doctor’s prescription to purchase phentermine or other weight loss drugs from any legitimate online pharmacy. If you don’t have a prescription, it is illegal for them to sell it to you and it’s illegal for you to buy it.
If you are searching for online doctors who prescribe phentermine, watch out for scams and hacked websites claiming to you can buy it online without a prescription. It’s actually illegal to do so, and these websites are often operated by scam companies based in foreign corporate havens who will take your money and send either fake pills or nothing at all.
How phentermine works to help you lose weight
Phentermine belongs to a class of drugs called anorectics (appetite suppressants). This medication works by altering the levels of certain chemicals in your brain, which suppresses appetite and leads to increased feelings of fullness along with decreased food cravings.
Phentermine is an appetite suppressant and energy boosting medication which affects the neurotransmitters norepinephrine and serotonin. As phentermine enters your brain, it blocks receptors for these two chemicals so that more of them are available over time. This disruption in normal communication within your brain can lead to decreased feelings of hunger or increased feelings of fullness after eating a meal.
What side effects of phentermine should I be aware of?
Phentermine is not typically prescribed for more than 12 weeks due to the side effects that may develop.
Side effects of phentermine include:
- nausea, vomiting, diarrhea;
- high blood pressure
- dizziness or lightheadedness;
- heart palpitations
- dry mouth and throat which can lead to difficult swallowing or hoarseness.
- withdrawal symptoms
You may also wish to consult our more complete guide to the possible side effects of phentermine.
If you experience any of these symptoms or other new medical conditions, please speak with your doctor so they can change your dosage accordingly. These are just some potential side effects, and they don’t happen to everyone who takes phentermine.
What other drugs are known to interact with phentermine?
There are a number of other drugs known to interact with phentermine and cause negative effects in the body. These include certain antidepressants (such as MAOIs), amphetamines and related substances like Adderall, Dexedrine or Vyvanse; some antipsychotic medications such as Seroquel or Zyprexa; and certain blood pressure medications, such as doxazosin (Cardura), prazosin (Minipress), or terazosin (Hytrin). This is of course not a complete list and it’s essential to consult with your healthcare provider to check if there are potential interactions between any drugs you are currently taking or considering taking. Our searchable database of phentermine drug and nutraceutical interactions provides more comprehensive data.
Also keep in mind that weight loss results vary from person to person. You should always consult a physician before starting any new medication in order to find out if it’s a good fit for your body and lifestyle, or if there could be a better option for you.
How can I find a local weight loss clinic offering phentermine?
The first thing you may want to do is call your insurance provider and find out if phentermine will be covered. If it’s not, then you’ll need to speak with a local weight loss clinic in order to see what their phentermine program involves and if they offer payment plans or sliding scales for those who are uninsured.
Here are some things that can help: – Researching the current most effective and popular methods of fat loss before beginning; – Finding an emotional support system (it doesn’t have to be just one person);- Building up enough motivation so that when temptation comes knocking on your door, you’re ready for it.
If you want more information about how phentermine might work for you, please consult a doctor and check our complete phentermine drug guide.
What options will a weight loss doctor offer me?
If you think phentermine may be right for you, the first step is to see your doctor. They will likely offer one of three options: – Continue with lifestyle changes and eating habits that are helping but not enough- Prescribe phentermine alone or as a part of their weight loss program; or – Referral to another healthcare provider (such as an endocrinologist) so they can help find out why you have difficulty losing weight even when you’re trying hard.