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An FDA-approved prescription weight‑loss medicine

Qsymia is the only FDA-approved weight-loss medicine that contains a unique once-daily combination of 2 medications that can help to lose weight and keep it off.

The precise mechanism of action of the 2 ingredients on chronic weight management is unknown.

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Proven to provide and sustain significant weight loss

In a yearlong study, people with a BMI ≥35 kg/m2 who took Qsymia were compared with people who took a placebo.

For people with a BMI* of 35+, the top dose of Qsymia offers 5X greater weight loss than diet and exercise alone.‡1
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‡ Qsymia was studied in 2 large trials supporting FDA approval, which involved more than 3,700 people whose BMI was 27 or greater. In 1 study, people had 2 or more weight-related medical problems such as high blood pressure or diabetes. The combined number of people with a BMI of 35 or greater across both studies, and used in the subset analysis, was 2,695. In both trials used to support FDA approval, a well-balanced, reduced-calorie diet of at least 500 kcal/day was recommended for all patients.