PHENDIMETRAZINE TARTRATE TABLETS, USP 35 mg
Phendimetrazine tartrate, as the dextro isomer, has the chemical name of (2S,3S)-3,4-dimethyl-2-phenylmorpholine L-(+)-tartrate (1:1).
Phendimetrazine tartrate is indicated in the management of exogenous obesity as a short term adjunct (a few weeks) in a regimen of weight reduction based on caloric restriction in patients with an initial body mass index (BMI) of 30 kg/m2 or higher who have not responded to appropriate weight reducing regimen (diet and/or exercise) alone.
Phendimetrazine tartrate is indicated for use as monotherapy only.
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Clinical Trials Related to Phendimetrazine
Phendimetrazine and Cocaine [Recruiting]
This study will determine the safety and tolerability of phendimetrazine (Bontril®) as a
pharmacotherapy for cocaine use disorder. A rigorous, inpatient human laboratory study will
be conducted in which the subjective and physiological effects of cocaine are evaluated
during maintenance on placebo and phendimetrazine.
Efficacy of Natural Vitamin E Tocotrienol on the Treatment of Surgical Scars [Recruiting]
The overall goal of this study is to determine the efficacy of tocotrienol (TCT), a natural
form of vitamin E, in preventing or reducing scar formation in human skin wounds as well as
the basal levels of TCT in normal human skin and adipose tissue.
PATIENT REVIEWS / RATINGS / COMMENTS
Based on a total of 1 ratings/reviews, Phendimetrazine has an overall score of 10. The effectiveness score is 10 and the side effect score is 4. The scores are on ten point scale: 10 - best, 1 - worst.
Phendimetrazine review by 27 year old male patient
|Overall rating:|| || |
|Effectiveness:|| || Highly Effective|
|Side effects:|| || Severe Side Effects|
|Condition / reason:|| || weight loss|
|Dosage & duration:|| || 35mg taken 2 times per day for the period of 4 weeks|
|Other conditions:|| || none|
|Other drugs taken:|| || none|
|Benefits:|| || A total of 20 pounds lost in one month. |
|Side effects:|| || Although I reached my goal weight, the drug made me very restless, anxious, moody. I also experienced headaches, and falling asleep was not easy while on this drug. Dizziness, light headed.|
|Comments:|| || Take one 35mg pill in the morning and one after lunch to curb appetite. I fond myself able to stay more active and run longer at the gym. It's a toss up if the results were worth the side effects. It's obvious that a drug this strong that makes you want to run a marathon and not eat can't be good for you!|
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