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Phen mine has my breath soo smelly and I drink a gallon of water per day. I'm thinking I been talking it so long that it's bringing health problems.
Splitting Phentermine in half
Hi, started taking phentermine yesterday and felt very numb in my head and had heartnpalpatations, and insomnia later that night so I decided to split pill in half. The next day. Will I get the same effects and lose weight slower. And will it still be hard to get off phentermine when I chose t0. Oh and I also started to feel weird neck pains is that normal?
AskDocWeb: Of course taking only half a pill will reduce the effectiveness of the medication but it also reduces the side effects. Please Note: Any change in your treatment should be discussed with your doctor BEFORE making that change, and that includes splitting the pills in half.
I've been taking phentermine 37.5 for 3 weeks now ive lost 15 pounds everythings been good but the only thing I worry about is that every time I take it I have a bloody stool...
AskDocWeb: Since there are over 400 diseases and conditions that can cause a bloody stool it is best to have this checked by your doctor. There is also the possibility that someone may over eat a food with red food dye in it. For example, Flamin' Hot Cheetos gained headlines when it was noted as one food that people over eat that causes red stools.
I took two phentermine and then about 30-40 mins later took a pregnant test, can it give a false reading?
AskDocWeb: Although Phentermine is known to have an effect on the menstrual cycle it does not cause false readings on pregnancy tests.
DVT and Phentermine?
Would phentramine & toparamite cause blood clots I have been taking them under doctor order an have lost 58 pounds but just recently diagnosed with dvt, no other reason to have dvt .. No high blood pressure diabetes or anything else have had .. Ultra sounds EKG MRI and lots of blood draws.. Next test is with cardiologist just wondering if I should stop taking the med, I'm only taking these meds.
AskDocWeb: DVT is short for deep vein thrombosis, which is a blood clot that forms in a vein deep in the body. The product data sheet for Phentermine lists several possible cardiovascular side effects: Primary pulmonary hypertension and/or regurgitant cardiac valvular disease, palpitation, tachycardia, and elevation of blood pressure but not blood clots. However, it is important to keep your doctor informed about all medication that you are taking.
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