Medications

Learn about how prescription medications can help.

With the Care Club Lite program, physicians may prescribe medication either to help control appetite or to alter your body's fat metabolism. While taking medication, you will be monitored by periodic lab testing for safety.

Phentermine
Phentermine is an appetite suppressant and stimulant that is similar to amphetamine. Many patients report an increase in energy while taking this medication. It usually is taken as a single daily dose in the morning before your breakfast.
Qsymia
Qsymia is a new medication that contains phentermine (see above) and topiramate, a medicine that decreases food cravings. With this medication, the physician may increase your dose after analyzing your response and progress. It is typically taken as a single dose in the morning, with our without food.
Belviq
Belviq is a new medication for weight management in adults and it behaves as an appetite suppressant. A typical dose is 10mg, twice a day, and it can be taken with or without food.
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