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Alli - What is it?

Alli is a medicine that is capable of blocking some of the fat that you eat. It doesn't allow some fat to be absorbed by your body. Alli is not used alone but used along with a reduced-calorie diet and weight maintenance program.Buy Alli Online

It is necessary for treatment of obesity in people who also have risk factors of developing other problems like diabetes, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol or triglycerides.

Alli can also be used for other purposes which are not listed in the medication guide.

 

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You should not use this medicine if you are allergic to Alli. You also should not take it if you have gallbladder problems, or chronic malabsorption syndrome (a problem where the patient cannot absorb food and nutrients properly).

Before you start using Alli, you should inform your doctor about any thyroid problem, a history of gallstones or pancreatitis, type 1 or type 2 diabetes, an eating disorder, liver disease, or if you are using any weight loss medicines (prescription or over-the-counter).

A child younger than 18 years old should not use over-the-counter Alli (alli). Anyone who is 12-18 years old should not use prescription Alli (Xenical) without the advice of a doctor. If the medicine is prescribed to you, you should only use of medicine and you should not share it with the any other person. Anyone with a history of eating disorder should never use this medicine.

Alli medicine is just a part of a complete treatment program which also includes diet, exercise, and weight control. The fat, protein, and carbohydrates that you take every day should be evenly divided over the daily meals you take. You also need to strictly follow your diet, medication, and exercise routines.

You should not take a diet which is high in fat. If you take high-fat meals while using Alli, it will increase your risk of adverse side effects on your stomach or intestines.

Buying Alli from online sellers outside of the United States can be dangerous for you. Medicines which are sold by Internet sellers may include some dangerous ingredients, or they are may not be distributed by a licensed pharmacy. Some of the "Alli" bought from online sellers have been found to contain sibutramine (Meridia), a prescription weight loss medicine which has some serious side effects for certain people. If you need more information, contact the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

 

Before you start using Alli

 

You should not use the medicine if you are allergic to Alli, or if you have:

•  chronic malabsorption syndrome (this is an inability to absorb food and nutrients properly); or

•  gallbladder problems.

If you are suffering from any of the following problems, you will need a dose adjustment or special tests before you can safely take Alli:

•  if you have an underactive thyroid;

•  a history of gallstones;

•  a history of pancreatitis;

•  liver disease;

•  diabetes -type 1 or type 2

•  eating disorder (anorexia or bulimia); or

•  if you are using any other weight-loss medications (prescription or over-the-counter).

FDA pregnancy category B. This medication may not harm an unborn baby. If you are pregnant or want to get pregnant soon during treatment, you should tell your doctor about it. Your body may not be able to absorb some vitamins when you are using Alli. Such vitamins are very important for women who are nursing a baby.

 

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