Your health care provider may suggest a weight-loss drug for you in some cases. These include if you haven’t been able to lose weight through diet and exercise and your body mass index (BMI) is greater than 30. This means you’re living with a condition that involves having too much body fat, called obesity or BMI is greater than 27. You also have a serious medical problem linked to obesity, such as diabetes or high blood pressure. Before choosing a medicine for you, your health care provider thinks about your history and health challenges. Then your provider talks with you about the pros and cons of prescription weight-loss drugs. These drugs aren’t for everyone.
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