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I've taken phentermine in the past and yes it works!!! But now I have anxiety attacks and was prescribed lorazepam 1mg to take as needed. I usually only need them one day out of a month... Ive recently had a baby and want to start back on phentermine. Will phentermine affect my anxiety or interact with lorazepam?
AskDocWeb: We didn't find any drug interactions listed between Lorazepam and Phentermine but that does not mean it would be safe in your particular situation. Phentermine stimulates the nervous system and depending what thoughts you maintain, can be experienced as pleasurable excitement or unpleasant anxiety (or other negative emotion).
Note that the product information for Phentermine lists anxiety as one of the possible symptoms of dangerously high blood pressure that may result from taking Phentermine. Other symptoms may include severe headache, blurred vision, buzzing in your ears, confusion, chest pain, shortness of breath, or seizure.
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Phentermine and pregnancy
I am on my second month with phentermine. I had an IUD until it came out Sunday, March 3 and I had unprotected sex that night and twice this week. Should I continue the pills? Or would I possibly be pregnant this month?
AskDocWeb: Please note that as of February 22, 2012, the FDA has changed the pregnancy category for Phentermine from C to X because animal or human studies have shown that the risk of adverse effects on a fetus outweigh any benefit. Please talk to your doctor before continuing.
My first time
Well, I'm taking Phetermine for the first time, my weight is 198 lbs!!! And I really hope this med helps me, I hope I don't get dizzy. I will tell you my results in about a month!!! I'm so exited
AskDocWeb: Welcome Veronica. We look forward to hearing your results. Good luck!
How long does it take?
I start taking phentermine 37.5 on Thurs if I take the pill every day and follow low calorie diet how long will it take to lose 100 lbs?
AskDocWeb: That varies so much from one individual to the next that it is impossible to guess. Although you may want fast results, you should know that the slower you lose the weight the more likely you are to keep it off once the drug is discontinued. The faster you lose weight the more likely you are to gain it back.
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