• Like any type of medication that you take you need to be careful to consider key factors when taking Dexatrim. Think about your weight loss goals when considering Dexatrim and consider speaking with your doctor about other medical conditions that you may currently be suffering from. It is important to understand the risks and benefits of using Dexatrim for losing weight.

    Pre-existing Conditions

    Pregnant or breastfeeding women should not use Dexatrim. It is also recommended that you speak to your doctor before taking Dexatrim if you suffer from high blood pressure, heart disease, an enlarged prostate, irregular heartbeat, diabetes, thyroid issues, glaucoma or increased eye pressure, liver disease or kidney disease.

    Drug Interaction Concerns

    Do not take other stimulant drugs while using Dexatrim. Stimulants include caffeine (coffee, tea, chocolate) amphetamines, decongestant medication, and methylphenidate. Do not take Dexatrim if you take MAO inhibitors. If you are taking any medications other than those listed above, seek medical advice to avoid possible interactions with Dexatrim before using.


    Do not take extra doses of Dexatrim, or a larger dose than is directed. There is no additional benefit to using more Dexatrim than is directed. Follow the dosage directions of your particular Dexatrim product. There is a risk of overdosing. Be aware of the symptoms you may experience from an overdose. These can include seizures, unusually rapid heartbeat, mood swings, and tightness in the chest. If you experience these symptoms, contact a poison control center, call 911 or visit the emergency room.


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