Didrex for Weight Loss and Side Effects
22:11:19 GMT, Fri, Mar 23, 2018
Because didrex is closely related to amphetamines, there have been regular occurences of abuse, both by the person for whom it has been prescribed and also by family members using it as a recreational drug. Therefore, many doctors are no longer prescribing didrex.
Other Weight Loss Drugs: Side Effects of other drugs prescribed for weight loss are usually mild; however, serious complications have been reported. Consult with your doctor! Most mild symptoms become less or disappear as your body adjusts to the drug. Alli is available over-the-counter now, and most Alli and xenical side effects involve fecal changes. Phentermine is not for longterm usage, for there is significant possibility for drug dependence; also, its effectiveness at helping folks lose weight is usually minimal, a fraction of a pound loss a week. More Phentermine Side Effects. Meridia side effects.
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