Fastin

Active Ingredient(s): Phentermine
FDA Approved: * August 14, 1973
Pharm Company: * GLAXOSMITHKLINE
Category: Diet / Weight Loss

* This drug may consist of multiple approval dates, manufacturers, or distributors. If applicable, they would be listed below under "NDC Database Records".



Fastin Overview

Phentermine (phenyl-tertiary-butylamine), sold under the brand name Ionamin among others, is a medication used together with diet and exercise to treat obesity.[3] It is taken by mouth for up to a few weeks.[3] After a few weeks the beneficial effects no longer occur.[3] It is also available as the combination phentermine/topiramate.[5] Common side effects include a fast heart beat, high blood pressure, trouble sleeping, dizzine...

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Energy and Lose Weight

In my original country I took a medication name NULIP prescription for treatment of Obesity. I wasn't Obese but helped me with my water retention, and energy, and control my appetite or craving problems, but my energy was great, and made me feel so a happy person, I had to stop taking it because I moved to United States country that I love so much even if I'M FAT NOW :-( I got a lot of weight and took too FASTIN and helped me a lot gave me a lot of energy to do my exrcises I lost like 75 pounds at that time, but its not a doctor who can give you a Prescription so what can I do?, 8 years ago I had a Gastricbypass, and I lost 70 pounds, and already got back 30,. I'm trying to find another similar prescription that can help me to have my regular weight that was between 120 or a...

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Melmet 500 having no effect

I was diagonmised with diabetes and was haivng tje following readings: GTT : fasting 106, 2 hours 198 Post paradinal : fasitgn 107, 2 hours 160 i was adviced melemt 500 and have been takign for 3 months. But recently when i did a Psot Paradinal test i got readsings as follows even after taking tablet: Fastin 116, 2 hours: 160 I expected to fall because i had same reading even before taking tablet and same life style why could this be> ## How long have you been taking the medication? And have you tried changing your lifestyle? The tablets, which contain the active ingredient Metformin, can help lower and control blood sugar, but they really aren't enough by themselves. You do have to add a proper diet, which is low in sugar and fats, along with proper exercise to get the best res...

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Glycomet 250 Mg

My father ir having fastin sugar 99..and hes is taking insulin and after food he is taking glycomet GP 2..aftr that he is havin tirdness..whether we have to stop taking glycomet GP 2 or insulin ## Tiredness can be due to a number of different things, including your father's choice of foods whether he is on insulin or not. It doesn't appear to be listed as a possible side effect of Fastin (Phentermine), but it is known to be pretty severe if one were to accidentally overdose on Glycomet (Metformin). This leads me to wonder if there are any sort of interactions between Metformin and food that might cause it's effects to be increased or amplified. Also, the fact that he is on a few different medications could be a bit overwhelming on his system. If he's able to cycle throug...

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Appetite Supressants

I am looking for a good appetite supression med while I am trying to lose weight. I took Ionamin a long time ago but see it's no longer available. I am in good health with no heart problems, etc. What should I order, and who is a trusted online Company that you can recommend? (My family doc doesn't believe in diet pills - says they don't work!)

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Possible Dosages for this and Related Drugs:

Phentermine
  • Capsule: 15mg, 18.75mg, 30mg, 37.5mg
  • Capsule, Extended Release: 15mg, 18.75mg, 30mg
  • Tablet: 30mg, 37.5mg, 8mg
  • Tablet, Orally Disintegrating: 15mg, 30mg, 37.5mg
Note: Above list includes dosages for all drugs with the same combination of active ingredients.

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