Were you looking for information about Adipex? Adepex is a common misspelling of Adipex.
Adipex®, a prescription weight loss medication, is approved for short-term use only. This drug is chemically related to amphetamines and it works by suppressing the appetite and possibly increasing the metabolism. While most people have no problems with Adipex, potential side effects include sexual problems, insomnia, dry mouth, and restlessness. The medication comes in tablet and capsule form, and is generally taken once a day.
This medication is not suitable for everyone. For example, tell your healthcare provider if you have glaucoma, diabetes, or hyperthyroidism before using Adipex. In addition, you should not take it if you have high blood pressure or heart problems. Safety precautions also include the risk of serious side effects in some people taking the medication.
(Click Adipex for more information on this drug, including an explanation of how it works, important dosing information, and certain precautions and warnings to be aware of before starting treatment. You can also click any of the links in the box to the right for specific information.)