Should I take Fastin without a prescription?
Taking Fastin without a prescription is like fasting without your doctor knowing about it – both practices have risks inherent to them and both may eventually cause serious side effects, or even death in certain cases. If anyone tells you it is okay to take Fastin without a prescription, they are either misinformed or lying to you. Any prudent doctor will tell you that taking Fastin without a prescription is very dangerous and should never be attempted.
Why is dangerous to take Fastin without a prescription? One reason is that diet pills like Fastin are some of the most abused pharmaceutical products around simply because they are so easily available to the ordinary obese consumer and easily consumed. To take Fastin without a prescription this way may result in your taking the drug even if you have a pre-existing medical condition (like diabetes) that is said to contraindicate with Fastin. You might also assume that taking higher dosages of the drug would be more effective (and thus better) than just taking the recommended dosage as stated on the label. Any drug when taken in too high doses can produce negative side effects on the patient – that is why there is a recommended level of dosage prescribed by both the manufacturer and the consulting physician.
Let us examine how Fastin works: Fastin is basically a stimulant, meaning it can boost both your heart rate and your blood pressure (and the desired end result is loss of appetite.) But if a person with very high blood pressure and maybe heart problems as well were to take Fastin without a prescription, he may literally die from this act (even if he takes the recommended dosage as prescribed on the label.) A person who is at risk of developing high blood pressure and heart problems is also at risk if he takes Fastin, meaning that dose or continued doses of Fastin may be just the small push that can push that patient over the brink into full-blown high blood pressure and cardiac problems.
Taking Fastin without a prescription may also cause certain people to develop anorexia or anorexia-like symptoms, because Fastin is an appetite suppressant. If you do not consume the right nutrition in the first place, then take an appetite suppressant like Fastin, you may literally be starving yourself to death already. The main problem with an anorexic person is that they mistakenly think that they are too fat when in fact they may have normal to malnourished bodies already. So, since it is so convenient to take Fastin without a prescription, it is like handing a loaded weapon to a person with a death wish if an anorexic person were allowed to take Fastin without a prescription.
In addition, since the Fastin available on the market is the new version, it does not mean that it is glitch free. Actually, all it means is that the manufacturer was able to come up with a new formulation – but since it is so new on the market, the people who might develop reactions to this drug may not have had the chance to consume it yet. All drugs (regardless of what they are) should always be consumed with caution and under the supervision of a vigilant doctor.