Just as other drugs, Adipex-P has side effects that may manifest in different ways.

The most common side effects of Adipex-P are as follows:

  • nausea;
  • diarrhea;
  • headache;
  • mood swings;
  • dry mouth;
  • irregular heartbeat;
  • vomiting;
  • fatigue.

Use of Adipex-P with alcohol may also lead to adverse reactions. In addition, Adipex-P is not recommended with other drugs with an anorexigenic effect.

Less common side effects of Adipex-P include:

  • pulmonary hypertension;
  • changes in blood pressure;
  • decreased libido;
  • impaired vision.

When taking Adipex-P, it is better not to engage in activities requiring high concentration.

This drug is a powerful stimulant of the central nervous system and therefore it is extremely necessary to comply with the prescribed dosage of Adipex-P. Use of two or more Adipex-P tablets may cause an overdose.

Symptoms of Adipex-P overdose may include:

  • rapid breathing;
  • hallucinations;
  • anxiety;
  • loss of consciousness;
  • trembling;
  • blood pressure abnormalities;
  • severe nausea;
  • diarrhea or vomiting.

Patients’ reviews on Adipex-P side effects detected during obesity treatment are constantly registered by the attending physician and may affect changes in therapy.

This list of Adipex-P side effects is not exhaustive and other reactions are also possible. Therefore, the attending physician should be informed about any unusual conditions of the patient.