Bontril is a short-time weight loss drug. It affects the nervous system and decreases appetite. Even though it is usually used for the treatment of obesity, the doctor may prescribe it for other diseases. It is a perfect alternative to Phentermine drugs.
Bontril can be taking only on the doctor’s prescription. Don’t take the drug if you have any problems with heart or thyroid, mental diseases, increased blood pressure, kidney dysfunction, brain disorders, etc.
Bontril weight loss drug available in the dosages of 35 mg and 105 mg. This diet medication must be taken strictly according to the medical prescriptions.
Take Bontril 30-60 minutes before eating. If you take the drug in capsules, swallow them whole.
Abrupt stopping the treatment may cause withdrawal symptoms. Therefore, you should consult the doctor before ending the treatment and reduce the dosage only gradually.
Even the most high-quality drugs may not be as effective as advertised. If you don’t lose at least 4 pounds in 1 month, stop the treatment and consult your doctor. Don’t change your dose in order to accelerate the weight loss process.
Overdose may lead to depression, irregular heartbeat, hallucination, panic disorder, cramps, tinnitus, anxiety, seizures, sickness and vomiting. Taking other weight loss pills may also lead to the overdose symptoms. Avoid drinking alcohol during the treatment.
Bontril can be addictive. Therefore, you should keep it away from kids. Pregnant and lactating women should not take Bontril or any diet pills. Even the most qualitative drugs can cause many adverse effects.
Avoid combining Bontril with certain MAO inhibitors, such as isocarboxazid, selegiline, tranylcypromine, furazolidone, phenelzine and/or rasagiline.
Don’t take this drug if you’re allergic to the active components of Bontril.
As Bontril can cause addiction, people who suffered from alcohol or drug abuse addiction must be very cautious during the treatment.
Patients with cardiovascular diseases, increased blood pressure, overactive thyroid gland, depression or anxiety, glaucoma should avoid taking this drug.
People suffering from kidney dysfunction, epilepsy or diabetes must ensure their safety before starting to use Bontril.
Usual adverse effects of Bontril include: anxiety, shiver, hot flushes, sleeplessness, dry mouth and vertigo. Severe adverse effects are: pain in the chest, feet edema, increased excitement, too high blood pressure and rare cramps.