As an alternative to Adelseril, you can use different appetite suppressants that can be bought both with and without a prescription. Prescription (RX) anorexigenic drugs help quickly lose weight, but can cause severe side effects.
Over-the-counter (OTC) appetite suppressants help to reduce weight not as quickly as RX drugs. However, in contrast to RX diet pills, OTC diet pills help to lose weight without creating potential health risks.
In addition, Adelseril pills and Adipex-P pills have dozens of identical contraindications. Therefore, not every obese patient can be prescribed with Adipex-P instead of Adelseril.
When obesity is complicated by other diseases, it is better to use appetite suppressants sold without a prescription. Dozens of different OTC drugs are able not only to reduce appetite, but also to burn fats even in low physical activity are available at the U.S market.
If you experience severe side effects after the use of Adelseril or other RX diet pills, discuss with your doctor the possibility to replace the used drug by a safe weight loss drug available for sale without a prescription.