Taking Adipex-P (Phentermine) with high blood pressure can be a reasonable solution in case the problem is caused by obesity.
The preparation is designed for weight loss management in people with body mass index exceeding 30kg/m2, including the cases where the obesity is observed with diabetes and high blood pressure.
It is clinically confirmed that phentermine doesn’t affect the cardiovascular system in a negative way, the drug is considered to be safe for treatment in patients with increased blood pressure.
In people with normal blood pressure taking Adipex may cause a surge in blood pressure, and that may be the concern; however, this reaction is observed in all the phentermine-based preparations.
In case of significant increase values, do not hesitate to consult your doctor.
This way or the other, the data is controversial. According to the research conducted in 2011 by researchers Hendriks and Greenway (published at NCBI), in more than 300 of clinical observations a decline in blood pressure, both systolic and diastolic, was observed (on average – 7 and – 5).