Diethylprop 75mg

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White, oblong with Watson 782 imprinted on pill. Directions are Take one tablet by mouth at bedtime.



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james Says:

A white pill with watson 782 on one side

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Verwon Says:

This tablet contains 75mgs of Diethylpropion, a generic for Tenuate, this is a weight loss medication. (NDC 0591-0782)

Watson 782 white tablet

Inactive Ingredients:

- Carbomer 934
- Mannitol
- Povidone
- Tartaric Acid
- Zinc Stearate

Some of the most common side effects include: insomnia, hypertension, stroke and psychosis.

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ELISEO Says:

How does this medication affect my blood pressure? I have hypertension so I cannot take it if it could cause a sudden increase in blood pressure.

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Sandra Says:
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Re: ELISEO (# 3)

I also have hypertension but i am desperately needing to lose weight. What are the dangers of this medication prescribed by my weight management physician?

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Roy Says:

Hi Sandra, according to medline plus this is intended as a short term medication to aid in weight loss. Under the special precautions it also says to tell your doctor if you have high blood pressure. Is your weight mgmt physician aware of your blood pressure? If they are and still feel that it is safe for you to take over a short term then I'd just pay attention to how you feel while taking it and let them know of any side effects, such as:

- dry mouth
- unpleasant taste
- restlessness
- anxiety
- dizziness
- depression
- tremors
- upset stomach
- vomiting
- increased urination

More serious:
* fast or irregular heartbeat
* heart palpitations
* blurred vision
* skin rash
* itching
* difficulty breathing
* chest pain
* fainting
* swelling of the ankles or feet
* fever
* sore throat
* chills
* painful urination

Hope this helps and good luck!

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