Obese patients interested in effective and safe weight loss drugs are often choose between Phentermine and Acomplia. Both drugs are effective in weight loss management, they have similar mechanisms of action, but there are some differences between them.
- are prescribed to patients with overweight or obesity;
- reduce body weight by suppressing appetite;
- are intended for oral use only;
- are usually used once a day, in the morning.
Use of these drugs helps patients to lose 7-10 kg of body weight. However, such result is achieved through:
- 3 months of Phentermine use;
- 12 months of Acomplia therapy.
Phentermine cannot be used for more than 12 weeks. Acomplia provides a lower weight loss rate, but this drug is effective in maintaining weight loss up to two years. Based on the foregoing, it is possible that the ideal solution will be:
Start treatment of overweight or obesity with Phentermine.
Continue to reduce or control body weight using Acomplia.
Phentermine and Acomplia are prescription appetite-reducing agents. Only a doctor can recommend using one anorectic anti-obesity drug after another. However, given the marketing status of Acomplia, this is unlikely to happen today.Acomplia was sold in Europe between 2006 and 2008 and was never sold in the US. In 2008, the European Medical Agency concluded that weight loss with Acomplia does not exceed the risks of side effects. As a result, the drug was withdrawn.
Phentermine is approved by regulatory agencies of different world countries. If you have a prescription, you can buy Phentermine in the US, Australia, New Zealand, Mexico, the Philippines, Malaysia and some other countries around the world.Phentermine and Acomplia do not only reduce appetite and promote weight loss. During use of these drugs, side effects, including serious ones may occur.
- memory loss;
Phentermine may also cause CNS side effects, but as it turned out, not so often and not as severe as Acomplia. Therefore, Phentermine is used to treat excess weight or obesity, although no more than 12 consecutive weeks.