Addipex

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Adipex® (phentermine) is a prescription medication used for helping with weight loss. It appears to work by suppressing the appetite and increasing metabolism. The drug, which is only approved for short-term use, comes in tablet and capsule form. It is usually taken once a day, either before breakfast or one to two hours after breakfast, and should be combined with an appropriate diet. Common side effects of Adipex include high blood pressure, dizziness, and restlessness.
 
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