Phendimetrazine is a prescription medication approved as a short-term weight loss aid. It is not intended for long-term use or for use without an appropriate diet plan.
Phendimetrazine can be taken in conjunction with Phentermine, as a night-time, fast, rapid release medication that will quickly curb sudden night-time cravings. It is a fast acting pill, so the appetite suppressant should be felt shortly after taking it.
With obesity on the rise, many people are looking for products to help with weight loss. Although the ideal weight loss plans focus on gradual weight loss by eating a healthy diet and increasing physical activity, many people have difficulty following such plans or feel they need extra assistance in their efforts. Before turning to drastic measures such as weight loss surgery, many people consider using weight loss pills, especially if they have unsuccessfully tried to control their weight and exercise and diet have been ineffective.
Types of weight gain can be divided into two categories: endogenous weight gain and exogenous weight gain. Endogenous weight gain is caused by an identifiable medical condition, such as hypothyroidism. Exogenous weight gain is caused by eating too much and exercising too little. Phendimetrazine is meant to treat exogenous weight gain. It is not meant to treat weight gain due to a known medical cause.
Whether you have a little weight or a lot of weight to lose, you can possibly use this medication to assist you.
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