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How to take Qsymia

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1. Getting Started

It's important to start therapy correctly with the appropriate supply. You should get 2 prescriptions from your doctor.

Weeks 1-2

Starter Dose

Qsymia 3.75 mg/23 mg capsule

Take 1 Qsymia 3.75 mg/23 mg capsule once each morning for the first 2 weeks.1

You may or may not lose weight during this starter dose period. If not, don’t be discouraged. Move onto the prescribed recommended dose for weight-loss results.

 

2. Evaluate

After 12 weeks, if weight loss is less than 3% at the recommended dose, your doctor may want to escalate your dosage.

If you are between 12 and 17 years old and have not experienced a reduction of at least 3% of baseline BMI, your doctor may want to escalate your dosage. If, however, your weight loss exceeds 2 lbs/week, your doctor may want to consider a dosage reduction.

Weeks 13-14

Titration Dose

Qsymia 11.25 mg/69 mg capsule

On the first day of week 13, start Qsymia 11.25 mg/69 mg.1

If your doctor has escalated your dose, you will be on this dose for 2 weeks.

 

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Indication

Qsymia is indicated as an adjunct to a reduced-calorie diet and increased physical activity for chronic weight management inadults with an initial body mass index (BMI)…

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…

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