Appetite Suppressants

Individuals trying to lose weight have many challenges. Many of our patients struggle with their appetite. For those individuals we offer a variety of appetite suppressants to assist in managing their cravings.

These are medications that require an evaluation of your medical history, physical exam, blood tests, an EKG and sometimes further testing prior to starting or continuing appetite suppressants. Many times these medications are combined with one of our balanced deficit diets.

These medications can be customized for the individual depending on the amount and timing of cravings. Many of these weight loss pills  have to be medically monitored.

A partial list of some of the weight loss medications your doctor may prescribe to assist you in your weight loss goals are as follows:

  • Phentermine (adipex, fastin, ionamin) 37.5mg
  • Phendimetrazine (bontril) 35mg 105mg
  • Diethylpropion (tenuate) 25mg, 75mg
  • Cellulose (vitabese)
  • Phenylalanine,
  • Tyrosine 250mg,500mg,750mg
  • Tryptotophan
  • Carnitine
  • Chromium picolinate
  • Metformin
  • Lipoden shots
  • B12 shots
  • Testosterone replacement shots for men
  • Tyrosine
  • Diuetrim