Meridia For Weight Loss
If you are more than thirty pounds overweight and are considering the use of a medically approved supplement as a diet aid, ask your doctor about Meridia. Used under appropriate medical supervision, Meridia has been proven effective in helping people lose weight or maintain weight loss over a period of time. Meridia functions as an appetite suppressant to reduce a person's dependence on food. However, taking this drug can cause emotional or physical dependence. Check you're your doctor before you stop taking this medication. Tell your doctor if you are taking drugs that affect blood pressure, antidepressants, decongestants, cough suppressants, psychiatric medications (such as MAOIs), migraine medicine, erythromycin, anti-seizure drugs, and other types of medicine. It is not known how or if Meridia affects pregnant or nursing women, so it is best to avoid the use of this medication during those times. Meridia works best when accompanied by a low-fat or low-calorie diet that your doctor approves in advance. Also check with your physician about a regular, safe program of exercise that is compatible with your physical condition and everyday lifestyle. Do not attempt to make sudden or rigorous changes in your physical activity. Take note of any allergic symptoms that occur while taking Meridia and promptly report them to your doctor. These could include a rash, hives, heart palpitations, and other bodily disturbances. Side effects can be manifested in constipation, dry mouth, insomnia, and headache. Tell your doctor if you experience any unusual changes or conditions while taking this or other medications. Don't take more than the prescribed dosage. Read all pamphlet inserts and pharmaceutical literature pertaining to this product before taking your first dose. Never share this medicine with anyone, and no one under the age of eighteen should take it without a doctor's examination and prescription for that person.