Barriers to Duromine use

doctor-patientTo increase the efficiency of non-drug methods of obesity treatment can be used anorexigenic drugs, for example Duromine. This drug can be used as a short-term therapy of obesity, lasting up to 12 weeks.

You can get a prescription for Duromine only in the absence of contraindications to its use. However, patients who have no contraindications to Duromine very often stop using this drug a few days after the start of drug therapy of obesity.

The reasons for early termination of Duromine can be different risk factors that can worsen the general health. A patient should be warned about all potential risks that may occur during Duromine use prior to the start of short-term therapy of obesity.

1. Besides the fact that Duromine has an anorexigenic effect, it increases blood pressure and may cause unwanted cardiovascular effects.

Duromine use should be stopped immediately in the occurrence of chest pain, precordial pain, hypertension and other symptoms of cardiovascular diseases.

Duromine capsules increase the risk of valvular heart disease and primary pulmonary hypertension. Therefore, patients with a history of cardiovascular events should be particularly careful.

2. Affecting the central nervous system (CNS), Duromine does not only suppress appetite, but also can cause nervousness, headache, dizziness and even hallucinations.

If psychotic side effects of Duromine significantly worsen the patient’s mental state, the use of this CNS stimulant should be stopped immediately.

Timely cancellation of Duromine allows to prevent severe depression and to improve psycho-emotional status of the patient without using anxiolytics, antipsychotics and antidepressants.

3. Duromine may cause severe allergic reaction in patients with hypersensitivity to sympathomimetic amines. The main symptoms of allergy are itching, rash, asphyxia, and edema.

In the occurrence of the first symptoms of allergic reaction, stop using any prescription and non-prescription drugs and immediately consult your doctor.


To assess the potential risks of Duromine to the patient health, the doctor will recommend medical examination. If the results of clinical studies have demonstrated that the patient has no contraindications to Duromine, the doctor can write out a prescription for this drug.

Patients who have never taken anorexigenic drugs, the doctor should write out a prescription for no more than seven Duromine capsules. If serious side effects did not occur during a week of regular use of Duromine, the doctor may write out a prescription for another 7 or 30 Duromine capsules.

Three months after Duromine use, the medical therapy of obesity should be stopped and re-medical examination should be conducted. If Duromine did not worsen physical and mental state of the patient after three-month course of obesity treatment, the doctor can prescribe repeated course of anti-obesity therapy.

Duromine capsules can be re-prescribed only in case if previous course of anti-obesity therapy helped to reduce weight by at least 5% of the initial. The interval between the courses of obesity drug therapy can be from 2 weeks to 3 months.

If you want to buy a package with 3 or 30 Duromine capsules online but have never taken this anorexigenic drug, ask a pharmacist for advice before placing the order.