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Adipex-P is an amphetamine-like stimulant used primarily as an appetite suppressant. It has a direct effect on the central nervous system. Doctors prescribe Adipex-P as part of a diet and exercise plan designed to fight obesity. If your doctor has prescribed Adipex-P but you don’t want to pay the full price, use an Adipex-P coupon from searchRx. We make it simple – just find a local pharmacy with a low-cost prescription fill, then download or print an Adipex-P coupon to cut the cost of Adipex-P every time you visit the pharmacy. Your coupon is reusable, so be sure bring it with you on every trip to fill your prescription.
Adipex-P can help control appetite by assisting in the control of the perception of hunger in obese adults. The perception of hunger is controlled by several parts of the brain that can be quieted by the release of brain chemicals in safe amounts. The norepinephrine released by Adipex-P’s mechanism also helps fat cells break down stored fat in the body.
Patients take Adipex-P in tablet form in dosages individualized by a healthcare professional. Dosage measurement is intended to produce a noticeable effect at the lowest possible dose. A typical adult dose of Adipex-P is a single 37.5 mg capsule once daily. The capsule should be taken after breakfast, usually after 1 or 2 hours, to help control the appetite.
Adipex-P can cause severe reactions in people with allergies or heart conditions. Tell your doctor before using this medication if you suffer from high blood pressure, diabetes, kidney disease, a thyroid disorder, aspirin allergies, or yellow food dye allergies. Do not take Adipex-P if you have a history of heart disease, pulmonary hypertension, uncontrolled high blood pressure, an overactive thyroid, glaucoma, or if you are pregnant or nursing. Those who are constantly agitated or have a history of drug or alcohol abuse should avoid use of Adipex-P.
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