In June of 2012, the US FDA approved Belviq followed about a month later by an approval for another weight loss medication called Qsymia. Since then, the US FDA has also approved two more new weight loss medications – Contrave, and Saxenda.
W8MD’s Weight Loss Clinics
Belviq, Qsymia, Contrave, and Saxenda are available for eligible patients after a physical examination at the unique insurance physician weight loss and sleep wellness programs W8MD’s locations in New Jersey, New York City and greater philadelphia”s W8MD weight loss and sleep centers.
Frequently asked questions related to Belviq availability
- Do you need prescription for belviq?
Yes. Belviq is a prescription only weight loss medication and a controlled substance.
- Is there a generic version of belviq?
No, there is no generic available yet.
- Is belviq a good diet pill?
It is one of the safest from a cardiovascular stand point. In a large study of over 12,000 patients, Belviq was found to be safe on the cardiovascular system. See the study results here.
- Why is belviq considered a controlled substance?
Ask the DEA or God. No clue why DEA considers non-habit forming medications such as Belviq as controlled.
- Does belviq make you feel high?
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