NSAIDs are classified as analgesic and antipyretic medications used to relieve the symptoms of conditions such as headaches, joint diseases, back pain and postoperative pain. The similar conditions may occur during the obesity treatment; therefore, many people are interested in whether they can take Adipex and NSAIDs.

Mechanism of Adipex action greatly differs from mechanism of NSAIDs action; therefore, combined use of these medications is not a contraindication in most cases.

  • However, it is better to consult a pharmacist and only then to start using Adipex and NSAIDs drugs.

The list of NSAIDs is a huge one and includes drugs that sometimes cause the same side effects as Adipex.

Therefore, Adipex and NSAIDs should be used with caution in patients with hypertension, moderate diseases of heart and kidney.

Combined use of Adipex and NSAIDs can also cause gastrointestinal side effects (such as diarrhea, nausea and vomiting). To reduce the risk of any side effects, it is recommended to take the lowest effective doses of Adipex and NSAIDs.

Adipex (Phentermine) and NSAIDs should not be taken by people with alcohol or drug addiction. These drugs are also contraindicated in women during pregnancy and breastfeeding.

If you do not know where to purchase Adipex or NSAIDs, consult a pharmacist. Every pharmacy has many types of NSAIDs. Adipex can be sold under the trade names such as, Duromine or Metermine.