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.



The following downloadable resources are available to help you:

Qsymia Patient Brochure

Understand how Qsymia can help you take control of your hunger and cravings and achieve your weight-loss goals.

Qsymia Savings Brochure

A program overview of both the Qsymia Savings Card and the Home Delivery Pharmacy.

Qsymia Pricing Brochure

An overview of the different purchase and pricing options for your Qsymia prescription.

Qsymia Medication Guide

The most important information you need to know about Qsymia.

Qsymia Full Prescribing Information

Detailed information about Qsymia and its use.

Risk of Birth Defects with Qsymia Patient Brochure

An overview of the potential fetal risks of Qsymia and information about recommended pregnancy testing and effective birth control for patients who are able to become pregnant while taking Qsymia.

Medical Necessity Form

Your health insurance may not routinely cover prescription treatments for overweight and obesity. Your health insurer may require documentation of medical necessity when specific treatments are prescribed before deciding to pay for these treatments. You can print out the Medical Necessity Form and bring it to your doctor to begin the process.


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.