What is Terfamex Fentermina 30mg used for?
Terfamex Fentermina 30mg is an anorexigenic medication, which means that it serves to suppress appetite, a characteristic that makes it appropriate for the treatment of overweight and other related conditions.
Terfamex is a drug very sought after a couple of years ago due to the phentermine it contains, however, it is currently a little old fashioned, because they lose a few kilos compared to other products, such as Tendirén or K-3.
Side effects Terfamex Fentermina 30mg
The most frequent adverse reactions with Terfamex Fentermina 30mg can affect less than 1 person in 100, since it is well tolerated by the body in normal doses. These secondary symptoms include the following:
- Digestive system – Dry mouth,
- nausea, vomiting,
- constipation and diarrhea.
- Central nervous system – restlessness,
- involuntary movements, etc.
- Circulatory system – Increased blood pressure,
- chest pain,
- tachycardia, etc.
Other side effects that occur less frequently are:
- Blurry vision.
- Abnormal dilation of the pupil with the fixed iris.
Terfamex Fentermina is always advisable to notify the doctor of any secondary symptoms, both of those that appear on the list and of any other. This allows the doctor to evaluate the treatment and make the most convenient decisions for your health. We have Acxion Fentermina for the treatment of overweight.
Terfamex Fentermina 30mg is recommended to use Terfamex only in the short term (usually about 12 weeks) and then other non-pharmacological strategies for weight loss and healthy dieting and exercise. However, recommendations limiting its use for short-term treatment are controversial. One reason for the restriction to 12 weeks is drug tolerance, as Terfamex loses its appetite-suppressing effects after the body adjusts. On the contrary, it has been shown that this drug did not lose its effect in a trial of 36 weeks. Due to the risk of insomnia, it is recommended taking Terfamex before breakfast or 1-2 hours later.