Prescription drug for weight loss
Buying prescription drugs online has become big business recently - people can save a lot of money, and with the added convenience of internet shopping, it's hard to resist.
However, if you are buying prescription drugs online, you need to check a couple of things. Firstly, you need to be sure that this is a medication you should be taking - it should be prescribed by your doctor, and should not contraindicate anything else you're taking.
Secondly, check your supplier. Not all suppliers are trustworthy, which means you may get something that is either not the right strength, or even not the right product. Caveat emptor!
Receptor blocker Acomplia can help reduce food cravings, but may cause psychiatric symptoms in up to 10% of patients.
Now banned in the US, Ephedra is a powerful stimulant, the side effects of which can include heart attacks, strokes and death.
A mild stimulant and appetite suppressant, Ephedrine is currently unavailable without prescription in the UK.
Using an Asian fibre to help absorb calories, Lipozene can help in reducing the calories you absorb from your food.
A prescription only appetite suppressant, Phenteramine is often prescribed for obese patients at risk of heart disease.
By increasing your feelings of satiety (fullness) Reductil allows you to eat less food and still feel full.
An effective appetite suppressant, Rimonabant may also induce psychiatric symptoms in some patients.
The active ingredient in Reductil, Sibutramine works by helping you to feel full more quickly, reducing your hunger.
By reducing the absorption of fat in the gut, Xenical can help as part of a slimming program.