Were you looking for information about Adipex? Adepix is a common misspelling of Adipex.
Adipex® is a prescription weight-loss medicine approved for treating exogenous obesity. It should be combined with an appropriate diet and is not meant to be used without dieting. The medicine, which comes in tablet and capsule form, is generally taken once daily and should not be taken for more than a few weeks. Possible side effects of Adipex include restlessness, dry mouth, and insomnia.
(Click Adipex for a more in-depth look at how Adipex works to suppress the appetite, when and how you should take the medication, and what you should be aware of before starting the drug.)
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