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What is Meridia?
Meridia is an appetite suppressant, prescribed along with proper diet and regular exercise to treat obesity and helps in weight loss. It contains Sibutramine, an appetite suppressant that works through certain neurotransmitters to reduce food cravings and helps to lose weight fastly.
Where to buy Meridia, and is it safe to buy medicine online?
Meridia is classified as a Schedule IV medicine, and therefore, buying or selling Meridia is difficult. Generally, you must have an appropriate prescription to buy Meridia online, but if you purchase a drug from our website, you can get Meridia without any medication. We are a certified online pharmacy that assures you the best quality of medicine and delivers you value for your money. You can trust us and safely purchase medicines online.
How should you take this medication?
Meridia is one of the highly addictive and habit-forming drugs that can turn out to be detrimental to your health if taken inappropriately. Therefore, we advise you to take Meridia as recommended by your doctor. You should avoid medical errors and try to be consistent throughout the treatment. We also recommend you visit your doctor if you are not observing any improvement in your health.
All about Meridia dosage
Please take Meridia as prescribed by your doctor, but if you don’t want to consult any doctor before taking Meridia, you should initiate your treatment with the minimum possible dose. The lowest Meridia dosages for different categories of patients without any medical histories are as follows:
Dosage for weight loss
In the form of oral tablets
- For older adults (65 years and above)
Using Meridia for treating patients more than 65 years old might not be safe.
- For adults (more than 18 years but less than 65 years of age)
Meridia 10 mg once a day, with or without food.
- For children (below 18 years)
Using Merida for treating patients younger than 18 years is not what we advise; please ask your doctor before using it for your child.
What should you know before taking Meridia?
Meridia is dangerous medicine; therefore, it comes with a long list of precautions and black-boxed warnings. It would help if you took care of all of them while using this medicine. In addition to the precautions, you should also take care of the following things before using Meridia:
- We advise you to avoid using Meridia if you are allergic to it or other similar medications.
- You should also avoid using Meridia if you have or ever had the following health disorders:
- High blood pressure level
- Eating disorders
- Coronary artery disease
- Heart disease
- Heart attack or stroke
- Liver disease
- Kidney disorders
- Using Meridia during the lactation period is not advisable; it can pass into the breastmilk and harm the baby or make them drug-tolerant.
- Expecting women should also avoid taking Meridia during their pregnancy. It increases the risk of miscarriage and births defects.
- Meridia is a dangerous medicine; therefore, it should not be taken in excess. Using Meridia more than what has been prescribed can result in overdose.
- Keep your medicine safe with yourself and never share it with anyone who is a drug addict, and dispose of the leftover medicine under
the pharmacist’s supervision once you have completed your treatment.
Side effects of using Meridia
Meridia works as an appetite suppressant that acts through certain neurotransmitters to reduce food cravings and may cause you some mild to severe side effects.
Some common side effects of using Meridia are:
- Dry mouth
- Upset stomach
- Change in appetite
- Pain in the stomach
- Pain in the joints or back or both
- Dizziness or drowsiness
- Symptoms of cold or flu
- Stuffy or runny nose
These side effects are common and don’t need any medical attention unless they become severe. However, you should immediately stop using Meridia and consult your doctor if you experience the following:
- Fast, pounding, and irregular heartbeats
- Difficulty in breathing
- Overreactive reflexes
- Nausea or vomiting
- Loss of coordination
- Dilated pupils
- Stiff muscles
- Unusual sweating
- Buzzing in the ears
- Seizures or convulsions
Meridia can dangerously interact with other medicines and severely affect your health. Therefore, it is advisable to tell your doctor if you are using the following medications:
- Ergot medicine
- Medicines to treat migraine headache
- Narcotic pain medication
Please ask your doctor before taking Meridia if you are using the following medicines:
- Sleeping pills
- Cold or allergy medications
- Narcotic drugs
- Muscles relaxants
- Anti Seizure medications
- Cough medicine
You should also avoid taking over-the-counter medicines, herbal products, vitamins, and other nutritional supplements while using Meridia.