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Phentermine Use and Pulmonary Hypertension

Phentermine and Pulmonary Hypertension

Some medications, such as fenfluramine or dexfenfluramine, for example, or in more rare cases, MAO inhibitors, can cause a rare lung disorder that can often be fatal, called pulmonary hypertension when combined with Phentermine use.

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Taking Phentermine with MAO Inhibitors

Taking Phentermine with MAO Inhibitors

One important example of the type of drug that cannot be taken alongside Phentermine is monoamine oxidase (MAO) inhibitors. These are drugs that are often prescribed in order to help treat anxiety disorders, depression, panic disorders, as well as other issues not listed here.

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Phentermine Withdrawal

Phentermine Withdrawal

If misused, the Phentermine can lead to withdrawal symptoms such as extreme fatigue, depression, and/or an overall unfocused or fuzzy brain feeling.

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