Ask any pharmacist. They know better than anyone what will hurt you by interacting with another drug. Do not take without checking. You can also look on Drug.com and search for info on the drug you have in question. Still, personally, ask a pharmacist about your 2 specific drugs. Let us know what you find out. Carolina Gal in Raleigh
hi, i currently take phentermine 37.5 and i also have asthma. I talked with my doctor about it, and he said that as long as my heart rate and blood pressure were fine, I was ok to take the phentermine. I think that it would be a good idea to talk with your doctor first because different meds (if you take meds regularly for asthma) may affect your body differently in combination with the phentermine. Personally, i have not encountered any problems with my breathing while taking phentermine.
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