- 1 Can any doctor prescribe duromine?
- 2 Can your doctor prescribe you Phentermine?
- 3 Can I get medication without seeing a doctor?
- 4 Can you get a prescription from an online doctor?
- 5 How bad is duromine for you?
- 6 Has anyone died on duromine?
- 7 How much weight can I lose in a month on phentermine?
- 8 What is the diet pill Phentermine?
- 9 How overweight do I need to be to get Phentermine?
- 10 Can I get a prescription from a pharmacist?
- 11 How can I refill my prescription without a doctor?
- 12 Can you get antibiotics without seeing Doctor Australia?
- 13 Can my boyfriend pick up my prescription?
- 14 Can I go to the doctor alone at 15 Australia?
Can any doctor prescribe duromine?
Duromine is available only with a doctor’s prescription.
Can your doctor prescribe you Phentermine?
It’s a controlled substance due to its chemical similarities to the stimulant amphetamine — making it available only with a prescription. Your doctor may prescribe phentermine if you’re obese, meaning that your body mass index (BMI) is greater than or equal to 30.
Can I get medication without seeing a doctor?
You may be wondering if you can get a prescription without consulting with a doctor. The answer is no – you must see a doctor to get a prescription. However, that doesn’t always mean that you have to make a trip to the doctor’s office.
Can you get a prescription from an online doctor?
In the ACT, any medication can be prescribed via telehealth. However, in NSW there are restrictions which apply to schedule 8 (controlled) medications such as strong pain killers or stimulants and schedule 4 Appendix D medications (including some pain killers, sleeping aids and anabolic steroids).
How bad is duromine for you?
Duromine is one of the oldest diet pills in the marketplace. Phentermine can cause restlessness, insomnia, agitation, increased heart rate, headaches, increased blood pressure, dry mouth and vomiting.
Has anyone died on duromine?
IT’S nicknamed legal speed and is enjoying a revival as a diet drug. But it’s been implicated in at least one death.
How much weight can I lose in a month on phentermine?
Based on these three studies, you can expect to lose roughly 3 to 6 lbs. per month, if you are a woman, and 5 to 8 lbs. per month, if you are a man, using a combination of phentermine and a low-calorie diet.
What is the diet pill Phentermine?
Phentermine (Adipex-P, Lomaira) is an amphetamine-like prescription medication used to suppress appetite. It can help weight loss by decreasing your hunger or making you feel full longer. Phentermine is also available in combination with topiramate for weight loss (Qsymia).
How overweight do I need to be to get Phentermine?
The drug is approved for use in adults with a body mass index (BMI) of 30 or greater (obese) or adults with a BMI of 27 or greater (overweight) who have at least one weight-related condition such as high blood pressure (hypertension), type 2 diabetes, or high cholesterol (dyslipidemia).
Can I get a prescription from a pharmacist?
Pharmacists are qualified healthcare professionals that can offer health and wellbeing advice, answer questions about existing prescriptions, and supply over-the-counter medicines to treat a variety of minor illnesses.
How can I refill my prescription without a doctor?
Doctors on Demand’s online prescription service is called QuickScript and allows you to obtain a repeat prescription without a live doctor’s consultation. And there is no need to wait in a doctor’s waiting room to see a doctor just for your regular prescription.
Can you get antibiotics without seeing Doctor Australia?
In Australia, antibiotics need to be prescribed by a doctor.
Can my boyfriend pick up my prescription?
Answer: Yes. A pharmacist may use professional judgment and experience with common practice to make reasonable inferences of the patient’s best interest in allowing a person, other that the patient, to pick up a prescription. See 45 CFR 164.510(b).
Can I go to the doctor alone at 15 Australia?
Encouraging your child’s ‘health independence’ In Australia, the age at which a young person is able to consent to simple health care treatments without involving a parent or guardian is around 14 years. The law recognises that teenagers’ health care rights and responsibilities change as they move towards adulthood.