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A drug, C10H15N, that suppresses appetite by altering the metabolism of the neurotransmitter norepinephrine and is used in its hydrochloride form in the management of obesity.

[phen(yl) + ter(tiary) + (butyla)mine, one of its constituents.]


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Drug Trade Name (s) Recommended Dose Phentermine Adipex-P 18.75-37.5 mg QD (a) Fastin Suprenza 30 mg QD 15-30 mg QD Lomaira 8 mg TID Diethylpropion Tenuate 25 mg TID Tenuate Dospan 75 mg QD Phendimetrazine Bontril 35 mg TID Prelu-2 105 mg QD Benzphetamine Didrex 25-50 mg TID Orlistat Xenical 120 mg TID Alii 60 mg TID Phentermine/Topiramate Qsymia 7.5/46 mg QD 15/92 mg QD Lorcaserin Belviq 10 mg BID Belviq XR 20 mg QD Naltrexone/Bupropion Contrave 16/180 mg BID Liraglutide 3.0 mg Saxenda 3 mg QD Drug DEA Comments schedule Phentermine IV Recommended TID dosing is 30-60 min before meals.
The FTC alleged that, beginning in 2009, these defendants made prohibited weight-loss claims for four dietary supplements Fastin, Lipodrene, Benzedrine, and Stimerex-ES -- despite lacking competent and reliable scientific evidence to substantiate those claims.
We will investigate effects on cell proliferation (DNA assay), elastic matrix deposition (Fastin assay), fiber formation and crosslinking (desmosine assay), and elastic matrix breakdown processes mediated by matrix metalloproteases (MMPs) (western blot, gel zymography).
Hi-Tech's diet and energy product portfolio includes such brands as Fastin, Lipodrene, Stimerex-ES, Ionamin, Lean EFX, Phenadrine, Black Widow, White Lightning, ECA Xtreme and HydroxyElite.
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* phentermine (Adipex-P, Fastin, Ionamin, Obenix, Oby-Cap, Teramine, Zantryl)
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Prescription weight-loss medications Medication Mechanism of action Side effects orlistat (Xenical) Blocks fat absorption Bloating, diarrhea, in the digestive gas; long-term use can system cause vitamin deficiencies due to poor absorption of fat-soluble vitamins sibutramine (Meridia) Works on the appetite Elevated blood control center in your pressure, dry mouth brain phentermine (Adipex-P, Suppresses the appetite Insomnia, anxiety, Fastin) (the exact mechanism is heart palpitations, unknown); similar to dry mouth amphetamine RELATED ARTICLE: WHAT YOU CAN DO
Her doctor prescribed phentermine (Fastin), the "Phen" in the combination "Phen-Fen" medication.
EN's Guide to Rx Options for Weight Loss Drug Brand Names Sibutramine Meridia Orlistat Xenical Phentermine Adipex-Y, Fastin, lonamin, 0hy--Trim, Pro-Fast Diethylpropion Tenuate Rimonabant Acomplia Drug How It Works Additional Weight Loss * Sibutramine Suppresses appetite.
Phentermine (Ionamin, Fastin, Adipex) is approved only for 12-week, short-term weight loss.
Phentermine (lonamin, Fastin, Adipex) is approved only for 12-week, short-term weight loss.