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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Hello Everyone, my name is Robbi Vee and I live in the Washington, DC area. I am prior military, now am a military spouse. I am also a thyroid cancer survivor of 10 years-WHOOHOO! However, I am still dealing will the ongoing challenges and frustrations of weight management! I am truly hoping I can be of encouragement to others who are also struggling with health and or weight issues. I am coming from an ER nursing background, and just recently graduated with a secondary degree in Nutrition science minoring in Complementary and Alternative Medicine. I am looking forward to all the discussions we will have in this group! Blessings, Robbi
Sudden hearing loss in left ear about 3-4 months ago, roughly 1 month after I started on this med. Have been to Otolaryngologist and now have MRI scheduled to rule out brain tumor. Saw where this drug may have caused a similar side effect on a few others, wondered if hearing came back once drug was stopped?
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.
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