Phentermine And High Blood Pressure Medicine

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Lisa Says:


I take Verapamil and was recently prescribed phentermine. Are they safe to take together.



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Verwon Says:

There is nothing listed against using them together, however, your doctor should be keeping a close eye on your blood pressure while you are using the Phentermine, since it is an Amephetamine class medication and can cause blood pressure issues for some people.

Side effects can include: nausea, irritability, headache and insomnia.

You can read more on Phentermine here:

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Phentermine/­

Have these both been prescribed by the same doctor?

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