For patients with a body mass index (BMI)* of 30+ or 27 kg/m2 or greater (overweight) in the presence of at least one weight-related medical condition.

Qsymia, the simply convenient choice for weight loss.

How Qsymia Works

Get all-day hunger and cravings control with once-daily Qsymia!1

It can be frustrating coping with the daily cycle of hunger and cravings when trying to lose weight.
Willpower alone is not enough. Once-daily Qsymia helps you control hunger and resist cravings — all day long!
The precise mechanism of action for Qsymia that contributes to chronic weight management is not fully understood.1

How Qsymia helps throughout the day

Qsymia can help you manage the impulses you struggle with.

Hunger

Hunger occurs when you haven’t eaten for several hours, like in the morning. It doesn’t pass with time.

Qsymia starts working immediately after you take it. It is thought to reduce your appetite — giving you all-day hunger control.1

Do You Know The Difference?

Did you know there’s a difference between hunger and cravings? Hunger comes on gradually and is the desire for any type of food. However, cravings can come on suddenly and are the desire for a specific type of food.

Hunger

Cravings can occur even after you’ve eaten and are full. They can also be tied to emotions like boredom.

Qsymia keeps working throughout the day to help you feel full. It may also alter the taste of certain foods, which may reduce the pleasure of eating.1

Real Struggles

When it comes to trying to lose weight, almost half of 3,307 patient responses indicated that the statement they related to the most was:

Qsymia Patient Survey: Online survey conducted in August 2021. Responses from 3,372 Qsymia patients, 18 years or older. Respondents were not remunerated for participating in the survey. 46% of 3,307 patient responses indicated that “I find myself falling back into bad habits with diet and exercise.”

How Qsymia helps throughout the day

Qsymia can help you manage the impulses you struggle with.

Hunger

Hunger occurs when you haven’t eaten for several hours, like in the morning. It doesn’t pass with time.

Qsymia starts working immediately after you take it. It is thought to reduce your appetite — giving you all-day hunger control.1

Do You Know The Difference?

Did you know there’s a difference between hunger and cravings? Hunger comes on gradually and is the desire for any type of food. However, cravings can come on suddenly and are the desire for a specific type of food.

Hunger

Cravings can occur even after you’ve eaten and are full. They can also be tied to emotions like boredom.

Qsymia keeps working throughout the day to help you feel full. It may also alter the taste of certain foods, which may reduce the pleasure of eating.1

Real Struggles

When it comes to trying to lose weight, almost half of 3,307 patient responses indicated that the statement they related to the most was:

Qsymia Patient Survey: Online survey conducted in August 2021. Responses from 3,372 Qsymia patients, 18 years or older. Respondents were not remunerated for participating in the survey. 46% of 3,307 patient responses indicated that “I find myself falling back into bad habits with diet and exercise.”

Piedmont Healthcare (n.d.). Infographic: Hunger vs Cravings. Retrieved from https://www.piedmont.org/living-better/infographic-hunger-vs-craving
Mayo Clinic Diet. (n.d.). Hunger vs. craving: What's the difference? Retrieved from https://diet.mayoclinic.org/diet/eat/hunger-versus-craving


Qsymia, the simply convenient choice for weight loss.

Lose weight and keep it off with diet, exercise and once-daily Qsymia.1,2
Ask your doctor if prescription Qsymia is right for you.

Qsymia Offers Real Control

Qsymia can help you take control of the hunger and cravings you struggle with.1

LEARN HOW

See the Real Weight-Loss Results

Qsymia is clinically proven to help patients lose weight and inches off their waist.1,2

SEE THE REAL SAVINGS

Important Safety Information

Do not take Qsymia if you are pregnant, planning to become pregnant, or become pregnant during Qsymia treatment; have glaucoma; have thyroid problems (hyperthyroidism); are taking certain medicines called monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs) or have taken MAOIs in the past 14 days; are allergic to topiramate, sympathomimetic amines such as phentermine, or any of the ingredients in Qsymia. See the end of the Medication Guide for a complete list of ingredients in Qsymia.

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