Were you looking for information about Adipex? Adapex is a common misspelling of Adipex.
Adipex® is a prescription medication approved as a weight-loss aid for short-term use only. It is chemically related to amphetamines. The medication works by suppressing the appetite but should be used in combination with exercise and a proper diet. Do not take Adipex-P more often (or at higher doses) than prescribed, as this can lead to addiction or dependence.
Adipex tablets and capsules, which are only available in one strength, are generally taken once a day. As with any medication, side effects are possible. However, most people tolerate it well, and when side effects do occur, they are generally minor. Potential side effects of the drug include insomnia, headache, restlessness, and dizziness, among others.
(Click Adipex for more detailed information about how Adipex works to help with weight loss, what you should know before taking the medication, and when and how to take the drug. You can also click on the various links in the box to the right for more specific information on Adipex.)
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