Dry Iticing Skin On My Face Is Phentermine The Cause

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sally Says:


Been taking phentermine for 3 months I notice dry itching skin on lower face is this one of the side effects?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Sally! How are you?

That is something that many women taking it have reported occurring on various parts of the body.

Are you being careful to stay hydrated?

Have you consulted your doctor about the issue?

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