- Phentermine-based medication;
- Medication structurally similar to amphetamine;
- Anorectic medication that works as an appetite suppressant.
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It is prescribed as a diet drug recommended when excess weight and obesity have already led or can potentially lead to more serious health problems such as hypertension, diabetes and hyperlipidemia. Combined with regular training and healthy (calorie-controlled) diet, Weltmine reveals its major properties: suppresses an appetite and supplies the body with energy required to meet every-day needs.
Therapy with Weltmine (KP): General Information
Similarly to all Phentermine-based medications, Weltmine (KP) is also indicated for short-term use only (within 12 or fewer weeks). The reasons are: 1) assumed decrease in efficiency (as the body adjusts to the effect produced by the drug), and 2) habit-forming properties of the active ingredient, Phentermine.
Generally, Weltmine therapy starts with taking the lowest dose, with its gradual increase unless the optimal dosage/strength is defined. The process of dosage individualization is to be fully approved by the doctor in charge. The adjusted dose is then taken once a day, before breakfast and on an empty stomach.
Precautions and Contraindications
Treatment with Weltmine (KP) includes a number of precautions and contraindications. Thus, to make sure Weltmine is safe for you, tell the doctor in charge about pregnancy (planned including), breastfeeding, allergies to foods/drugs (if there have been any), a history of alcohol/drug abuse.
- You suffer from any of the following conditions: coronary artery disease, hypertension, overactive thyroid, seizures, glaucoma, kidney or liver disease.
- You have ever had allergic reaction to any Weltmine ingredient, both active and inactive. The former include difficulty of breathing and swelling of lips/tongue.
- You are currently taking some drug belonging to any of the following groups: MAO inhibitors, stimulants, some antibiotics (e.g., isoniazid), sedatives.
Common side effects Weltmine can potentially cause include hypertension, euphoria, restlessness, headache, fainting, palpitations, heartburn, blurred vision, nausea, vomiting, stomachache, hyperactive reflexes, unpleasant taste, etc. All persistently bothering symptoms require immediate medical aid.