Mysimba Weight Loss Tablets

Mysimba weight loss tablets
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1 month / 112 tablet(s) - £99.00

Frequently asked questions

Is Mysimba available on the NHS?

No, Mysimba is not currently available on NHS prescription. What that means is you can’t get it for the standard NHS prescription charge. But, it doesn’t mean NHS doctors won’t prescribe it, it just means you have to get a private prescription and pay full price for Mysimba.

Does Mysimba give you energy?

This is a common misconception given the way the effect of Mysimba is usually explained. Part of the way it works is to increase the amount of energy your body uses up. This doesn’t necessarily mean you will feel more energetic. Mysimba does have an antidepressant effect so it can improve some people’s mood, but it can also cause tiredness or weakness as side effects too.

What are the risks of Mysimba?

Like all medications, Mysimba comes with a risk of side effects. Most common side effects are mild and go away in the first 4 weeks. When your doctor approves treatment, they will check your existing medications and health conditions to make sure there isn’t a serious risk to you in starting treatment.

Can you drive on Mysimba?

You can drive on Mysimba but it’s important to make sure you’re not experiencing any side effects from Mysimba that might affect your ability to drive.

For example, if you find that you are feeling dizzy, sleepy or having difficulty concentrating on your Mysimba, you should avoid driving. It is against the law to drive when you know your ability to drive is being affected by a medication you’re taking.

Can you drink alcohol on Mysimba?

No, it’s not recommended that you drink alcohol with Mysimba. This is because alcohol increases the risk of some of the side effects of Mysimba, like fits or mental health issues.

Also, alcohol contains a lot of calories and makes it difficult to stick to a diet and exercise plan anyway, so cutting out alcohol is a good idea all-round.

Medically reviewed by:
Dr Babak Ashrafi Clinical Lead for Service Expansion

Babak studied medicine at King’s College London and graduated in 2003, having also gained a bachelor’s degree in Physiology during his time there. He completed his general practice (GP) training in East London, where he worked for a number of years as a partner at a large inner-city GP practice. He completed the Royal College of GPs membership exam in 2007.

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Last reviewed: 09 Aug 2023

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