Antiadipositum review

Antiadipositum is a short-term weight loss medication that also goes by the names Norpseudoephedrine, Fauspond, Exponcit N, Vita-Schlanktropfen Schuck, Mirapront-N. It is in a class of drugs called anorexics, which means that it suppresses the appetite. It is prescribed to suppress the appetite for a period of up to four weeks, and after this may cease to be effective. It is given to people who have trouble losing weight with diet and exercise alone, and can help you begin your weight loss while you are learning new patterns of food and exercise. You should take one pill with water after breakfast every morning.

If Antiadipositum is taken for longer than this four week period, it is possible that further health problems may ensue. These may include difficulty concentrating, overexcitement, shortness of temper, personality changes, inability to sleep, and severe fatigue. After a four-week course of treatment, you should take a break of two to three weeks before starting a new course of treatment with Antidipositum. If such a pause in treatment is not taken, you could become addicted to the drug, experience mental changes such as lack of judgment or psychosis, and depression. Even when this drug is administered correctly, you should be very careful in your daily activities such as driving or operating machinery. This is especially true if you drink alcohol while you are taking Antidipositum.

Certain people should avoid taking Antiadipositum. These include anyone with high blood pressure, irregular heartbeat, heart disease, diabetes, kidney disorders, thyroid disorders, mental disorders, prostate enlargement, or glaucoma. It is also not recommended for those who have pathological eating disorders; in these cases other sorts of treatments may be necessary first. You should not take it at the same time as any medications that contain the ingredient guanethidine, which will increase the effects of the medication, or cold and allergy medications that contain DL-Norephedrine or any other ephedrine-type ingredients. You should also not take Antiadipositum if you are taking MAO-inhibitors, because it could cause a dangerous rise in blood pressure, and you should consult your doctor if you are taking any other anti-depressants. If you have ever had any allergic reactions to amphetamine, dextroamphetamine, ephedrine, terbutaline, pseudoephedrine, epinephrine, isoproterenol, phenylpropanolamine, phenylephrine, metaproterenol, methamphetamine, noradrenaline, or the ingredients of any other weight loss drug.

Other side effects may include an increase in blood pressure, a rise in pulse rate, irregular heart beat, chest pains, urinary difficulties, nervousness, dizziness, headaches, or insomnia. If you experience these side effects, you should stop taking Antidipositum and contact your doctor immediately. If you experience other side effects not listed here, you should let your doctor know immediately.

Pregnant women should not take Antiadipositum, because it can cause the baby to be born addicted and to suffer withdrawal symptoms. If it is taken at high doses, it can cause birth defects. It should also not be taken by those who are breastfeeding babies, since it passes into breast milk. It is not recommended for children under the age of 15.

Antiadipositum has the following structural formula:

Chemical structure of antiadipositum

• Molecular formula of antiadipositum is C9H13NO
• Chemical IUPAC Name is (1S,2S)-2-amino-1-phenylpropan-1-ol
• Molecular weight is 151.2056 g/mol

Generic name: Norpseudoephedrin

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