Side-effects of Phentermine 37.5 can we take overdose Phentermine?

If you experience any of these serious side-effects stop taking this medication immediately and contact your doctor:

Chest pain,swelling in your ankles or feet, Fast or irregular heartbeat, Light-headedness,fainting or feeling short of breath after only mild exertion, Abnormal thoughts or behavior, such as feeling or overly aggressive, Signs of incresed blood pressure,such as severe headache, blurred vision, chest pain, numbness or seizures.

There few serious side-effects that may occur. These do not require that you stop taking your prescription, however if they do become troublesome or begin developing into a more serious side-effect please contact your doctor.There can be some side effects like:

Dizziness,Dry mouth,Itchiness,Headache,Sleeplessness or insomnia,Nervousness or anxiety,Diarrhea or constipation.There can be other side-effects attributed to taking Phentermine that are not consern here. It is important to speak with your doctor about any side-effects you feel you are experiencing while taking this medication.

Before you buy Phentermine 37.5, you should discuss other medications you are taking with your doctor. There are a number of medications, particularly prescription drugs that may conflict with taking these diet pills. For this reason it is very important to disclose to your doctor any medication or dietary supplement you are taking prior to taking your first dose. Common drugs that may conflict with this medication include:

1. Insulin or diabetes medications

2. Anti-depressants

3. High blood pressure medications

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