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  • Do you mean 37.5 mg of phentermine hydrochloride? The only side effects listed in the PDR (physicians desk reference) are: Changes in sex drive, constipation, diarrhea, dizziness, dry mouth, exaggerated feelings of depression or elation, headache, high blood pressure, hives, impotence, inability to fall or stay asleep, increased heart rate, overstimulation, restlessness, stomach or intestinal problems, throbbing heartbeat, tremors, unpleasant taste
  • The problem with that medicine is, it should be not be taken long term, but only short term. Also if you have an underlying problem such a Thyroid disease you can lose your hair. Also this medicine is highly addictive, so I can only say that anything can happen while taking it. Might be a good time to wean off it now, before you have more serious medical conditions
  • YES--it does!!Listed in the book Hair Loss answers by Peter J. Panagotacos, MD. The resource is Drug Eruption Reference Manual, eleventh Edition, Litt, Jerome Z. Taylor and Francis i have also used phentermine going on 2 years--daily. My hair is fine to begin with but I started noticing my scalp more and developing sores on my head. So I am at the library and started doing some research and this is what i found. I am going to stop the phe before I go bald. Good Luck

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