Approved by the US Food and Drug Administration in 1959 as a prescription weight loss drug for the short-term treatment of obesity, Phentermine is available under a variety of brand names including Ionamin® (Medeva Pharmaceuticals) and Phentermine-P® (Gate Pharmaceuticals) and is also available as a generic medication known as "Phentermine". Phentermine works as an appetite suppressant. Obese patients should take this weight loss pill for 8-12 weeks, although duration of use depends on how the patient responds. If it does not lead to weight loss during this period, continued use will not be effective.
Side effects of Phentermine diet pills may include restlessness, anxiety, headache or dizziness, insomnia, dry or unpleasantly tasting mouth, diarrhea or constipation, impotence or change in libido. Patients should inform their doctor if they suffer any of the following side effects: difficulty breathing, closing of the throat, swelling of the lips, tongue, or face, chest pain, pounding heart or raised blood pressure.
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