FDA approves Contrave for weight loss
The United States Food and Drug Administration approved Contrave, a combination of naltrexone hydrochloride and bupropion hydrochloride extended-release tablets) as treatment option for chronic weight management in addition to a reduced-calorie diet and physical activity.
Contrave weight loss results
In general, Contrave (Naletrexone/Bupropion) is likely to be less effective than Qsymia, a bit more effective than Belviq as trials of those taking Qsymia lost an average of 9 percent of their body weight, while those taking Belviq lost an average of just 3 percent. Clinical trials show those taking Contrave lost an average of 5 percent of their body weight in the same period.
Compare contrave with Belviq, and Qsymia
Frequently asked questions
- What is the average weight loss with Contrave?
- How do you take contrave for best results?
- Do you take contrave before or after a meal?
- How long do you stay on Contrave?
- Is Contrave better than Phentermine?
- Will contrave give you energy?
- Can I drink coffee while taking Contrave?
- Is Contrave a good weight loss pill?
- Can you take contrave at bedtime?
- Can you just stop taking Contrave?
- Can you take more than 4 contrave a day?
- Does contrave make you poop?
- What is the best prescription weight loss pill on the market?
- Does contrave help depression?
- Is Contrave a narcotic?
- Is belviq better than Phentermine?
- What happens if you drink on naltrexone?
- Is contrave the same as Wellbutrin?
- What happens if you drink while taking Contrave?
- What happens if you drink on Contrave?
- Is Contrave bad for your liver?