Does a weight loss medication really work?

I am 32 years female. In last few months I have put on a lot of weight.  Can I take a weight loss medication? Are they really helpful?

BrentFoust Novice Asked on November 12, 2019 in Diet plan.
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Yes, weight loss medication can help in losing weight. The various weight loss medication available in the market include Qsymia, Belviq, Xenical, and Contrave. Take these medications only after consulting a physician.

TerenceBlacker Novice Answered on December 22, 2019.
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According to a recent 2014 review study, even prescription weight loss pills don’t work as well as you would hope. On average, they may help you lose up to 3-9% of body weight compared to a dummy pill (47). Keep in mind that this is only when combined with a healthy weight loss diet.

brianwolfe Novice Answered on April 28, 2020.
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How well do weight-loss drugs work? All prescription weight-loss drugs approved for long-term use produce significant weight loss compared with placebo. In addition, studies show that the addition of weight-loss medication to lifestyle changes results in greater weight loss than lifestyle changes alone produce.
brianwolfe Novice Answered on July 26, 2020.
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