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Phenmetrazine is a stimulant drug that was used in the 1950s and 1960s as an appetite suppressant. It is a Schedule II controlled substance in the United States and is no longer available for medical use. It is a central nervous system stimulant that increases alertness, concentration, and energy.
Common side effects of phenmetrazine include:  ▸ Nervousness ▸ Insomnia ▸ Headache ▸ Nausea ▸ Vomiting ▸ Diarrhea ▸ Loss of appetite ▸ Weight loss ▸ Irritability ▸ Dizziness ▸ Palpitations ▸ Hypertension ▸ Tachycardia ▸ Tremors ▸ Psychosis
Associated brand names of phenmetrazine include:  ▸ Preludin ▸ Preludin-M ▸ Preludin-S ▸ Preludin-T ▸ Preludin-X ▸ Preludin-Z ▸ Preludin-Plus ▸ Preludin-Forte ▸ Preludin-Max ▸ Preludin-Super
All of the following must be considered when interpreting clinical findings and are too extensive to be covered on this site: