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The information provided by EHS, on its printouts, on its websites, and on its social media platforms, is not intended to provide or serve as an exhaustive or fully comprehensive medical resource regarding any number of various medical conditions (such as telemedicine minor urgent care type conditions), weight management, and/or men’s health issues/erectile dysfunction. Likewise, the descriptions found on its websites about medications (prescription and non-prescription) by EHS, and injectable medications injected at any EHS facility or patient-directed injections separate from an EHS facility, are not intended to provide an exhaustive or fully comprehensive medical resource regarding the supplements sold

by EHS or the medications prescribed by EHS.

Contraindications to the use of Phentermine, and/or any other prescription appetite suppressant, include but are not limited to, the following: hypersensitive to drug/class/components, MAO inhibitor use within 14 days, pregnancy, breastfeeding, current cardiovascular disease, advanced atherosclerosis, uncontrolled hypertension, hyperthyroidism, glaucoma, agitation, current drug abuse or history of drug abuse. Avoid prolonged high-dose use. Caution is advised in the elderly and those with renal impairment that take phentermine. Additionally, caution is advised in those with diabetes mellitus and even controlled hypertension that take phentermine. If I am electing to have weight management treatment by EHS, I am attesting to the fact that I do not have any of the above contraindications. If I fail to provide EHS with false or incomplete information, the fault is mine alone.

As with all medications, those prescribed by EHS may produce side effects, allergic reactions, and other possible adverse reactions. For further information, EHS advises that you discuss all medical issues and medications with your PCP, any other medical clinician/s providing you care, and your pharmacist. Additionally, many helpful tools can be found online. The Food and Drug Administration has a useful website,, with links

to a wealth of information regarding medications and health-related topics. There are multiple privately-owned websites that also provide

respected and highly detailed information regarding such subjects, free of charge. In addition to discussing all health and medication-related

issues with your PCP, EHS also encourages you to discuss these matters with your licensed health care provider with EHS. EHS is not claiming,

nor intending to imply, that our program guarantees success simply by following the prescription medication regimen provided by EHS. All weight loss programs require a healthy diet and a physical activity plan to be successful. All medical conditions, including minor

urgent care type conditions, weight management, and/or erectile dysfunction are complex issues that may or may not improve with treatment. Declining condition despite treatment with EHS, and/or any other medical care provider, is always a possibility.

Weight Loss Center and Aesthetics

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