What is Amfépramone? Amfépramone (Diethylpropion) is an appetite suppressant (diet pill) used along with diet, exercise, and behavior therapy for the short-term management of obesity. Your pharmacist may know of alternate uses for Amfépramone (Diethylpropion). Click for more Amfépramone details.
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Other common names: Adiposan, Amfepramona, Amfepramone, Amphepramone, Anfamon, Anorex, Apisate, Atractil, Bonumin, Brendalit, D.I.P., Danylen, Delgamer, Derfon, Diepropon, Dietec, Diethylcathinone, Dietil Retard, Dietilpropiona, Dobesin, Frekentine, Ifa Norex, Linea, Lipomin, Liposlim, Magrene, Menutil, Moderatan, Neobes, Nobesine, Nulobes, Prefamone, Propiofenona, Propiofenone, Propiophenone, Regenon, Regibon, Slim-Plus, Tenuate, Tenuate Dospan, Tenuate Retard, Tepanil, Tylinal, Diethylpropion (generic name).
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