amoxicillin and phentermine is a common antibiotics used in infection. Phentermine is a popular weight loss medication. While few studies cover the effects of combining these medications, it is known that phentermine can boost the effectiveness of amoxicillin and increase the risk of side effects.
Phentermine interacts with several drugs including MAO inhibitors like selegiline (Eldepryl, Emsam) or isocarboxazid (Marplan), and may cause serious side effects such as heart attack or stroke. It is also not recommended to take phentermine during pregnancy as it can harm an unborn baby. Long-term use of phentermine may raise your risk of mental health concerns including psychosis or dependence.
Understanding the Interactions Between Amoxicillin and Phentermine
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Before starting phentermine, talk to your doctor about any other medical conditions or allergies you have. Phentermine can cause serious side effects, such as rapid breathing, stomach upset, changes in taste or rash. Tell your doctor if you have ever had high blood pressure, arteriosclerosis (narrowing of the arteries), diabetes, glaucoma, or a history of drug abuse. Phentermine may also interact with alcohol, so be careful how much you drink while taking it.