Active ingredients: phentermine hydrochloride; topiramate
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I took qsymia from Aug 2014 thru May 2015. For the last 6 months I have experienced thinning of hair and it's is getting rather bad. Had blood tests performed and all is fine. Anyone else have this problem and will my hair grow back?
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Just informed today my drug screen was positive and I'm unable to start my new job Monday until the 2 sample gets sent off and the Medicial officer contacts me delaying my start date. The only drug I take is Qsymia. I'm very embarrassed and upset.
Female 54 yrs old. Taking Qsymia for over a year now. Recently diagnosed with gallstones and need operation. I've never had an issue before with my gallbladder so I'm not sure if it's linked to the Qsymia or not.
My pcp Dr wants me to take Qsymia for weight loss but the nephrologists says no it can cause kidney damage. But she wants me to get weight loss surgery. Has anyone had issues with the pill having nephrotic syndrom?
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