Side Effects of Phentermine

This guide has been put together to give you a very clear understanding of all of the possible and potential side effects that you may experience when you are taking the appetite suppressant Phentermine as a way to help you lose weight.

Be aware that the side effects listed below will not be experienced by everyone who does take Phentermine, and if you do experience any of them you will always be best advised to seek a medical professional’s opinion or assistance.

Common Side Effects

Below you are going to find some of the more common side effects that you may possibly experience when taking Phentermine. Keep in mind however that even though these side effects are common you may find that you never experience any of them.

Common side effects of using Phentermine include a decreased interest in sexual intercourse, difficulty having a bowel movement (stool), dry mouth, false or unusual sense of well-being, hives or welts, inability to have or keep an erection, increased in sexual ability, desire, drive, or performance and an increased interest in sexual intercourse.

Other common side effects include itching, loss in sexual ability, desire, drive, or performance, redness of the skin, skin rash and an unpleasant taste.

Less Common Side Effects

Below are some of the less common side effects that some people may experience when taking Phentermine. If at any time you are worried or concerned about any potential side effects then do consult with your Doctor before you start to take Phentermine.

If you do experience any serious side effects after taking Phentermine then please seek medical professional’s opinion or medical assistance alerting them that you have taken Phentermine, and also let them know how much Phentermine you have taken and when you last took it too.

Less common side effects of using Phentermine include chest pain, decreased ability to exercise, dizziness, fainting, fast, irregular, pounding, or racing heartbeat or pulse, headache, numbness or tingling in the arms or legs, swelling of the feet or lower legs, trembling or shaking of the legs, arms, hands, or feet, trouble breathing, trouble with thinking, speaking, or walking and weakness.