What is Acxion Fentermina 30mg used for?
Acxion Fentermina should be used for a fixed period and not long term, as the user runs the risk of becoming addicted if it is used for longer than necessary. A primary ingredient used in the production of Acxion is phentermine.
Acxion Fentermina is a brand of Phentermine that is manufactured and sold in Mexico. This weight loss pill is available in doses of 15mg and 30mg and is sold in a tablet, capsule and extended-release tablet format. The active ingredient in Acxion is Phentermine Hydrochloride.
Side effects Acxion Fentermina 30mg
Generally, Acxion Fentermina is relatively well tolerated but can cause some side effects because it releases catecholamines. Among the most common effects include:
- tachycardia (increased heart rate),
- elevated blood pressure,
- palpitations, nervousness,
- irritability and insomnia.
Additionally, if this drug is taken for long term, it may develop euphoria and addiction. Other less common side effects include :
- blurred vision,
- changes in sex drive,
- clumsiness, confusion,
- dry mouth,
- irregular heartbeat,
- nausea or vomiting,
- skin rash or itching,
- stomach pain,
- fatigue and bad taste.
Dosage Acxion Fentermina
Acxion Fentermina 30mg treatment can be up to 12 weeks using up to 15 mg daily. With 30 mg tablets it can be extended to 36, using the medicine 4 weeks yes and 4 weeks. The capsules should be taken one hour before breakfast. In some cases the daily dose can be given in 2 or 3 doses using the capsules with lower active content. It is not recommended to use in elderly people.You can use other weight loss pills like Adipex 75.
Contraindications and warnings
Do not use in people with anorexia, insomnia, psychiatric disorders, with insomnia or with general excessive weakness.
Allergies or hypersensitivity. Do not use in people allergic to the medicine.
Mix with alcohol. Alcohol combined with the medication can cause changes in blood pressure, changes in heart rhythm and chest pain.
Mix with other medications. Do not use with monoamine oxidase inhibitor medications, even if they have been used in the last 2 weeks, or with antidepressant medications.