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Bontril SR 105 mg


Bontril SR 105 mg Provides a Slow Release of Phendimetrazine throughout the Day

It can be confusing when it comes to knowing what diet drugs are the best for weight loss, especially when there are so many different products on the market and so many of the names sound the same.  You may find yourself scratching your head at times as you try to figure out if two drugs listed on a site with the same name are actually two different formulas or if a mistake was made with the listing.  For instance, if you came across Bontril SR 105 mg and Bontril PDM you might wonder what it is that makes these formulas different aside from their names.

Bontril SR (Slow Release) is the same as Bontril Phendimetrazine (PDM) with one main difference - each SR pill contains 105mg of Phendimetrazine and is only taken once a day while each PDM pill contains only 35 mg and is taken 2 to 3 times per day.  As the name states, Bontril SR 105 mg slowly releases the medication throughout the user’s body over the course of a day.  It is meant to be taken 30 – 60 minutes prior to the morning meal.  The 35 mg variety, on the other hand, releases the drugs immediately into the system and should be taken 1 hour before meals.  That said, aside from this difference, both drugs work the same.

Nevertheless, if you are interested in taking Bontril SR 105 mg, there are several aspects you’ll want to think about before you make a final decision, such as:

  • It is a stimulant that functions as an appetite suppressant and works similar to amphetamines. 


  • Although it decreases hunger and reduces your caloric intake to help you lose weight it also increases your blood pressure and heart rate.  Due to this fact, it is not recommended for certain individuals who may be in poor health or who have specific health conditions such as pregnancy, severe high blood pressure, glaucoma, overactive thyroid, etc.
  • Bontril SR 105 mg does carry the risk of side effects, some that are mild (i.e. dizziness, headaches, insomnia, dry mouth, upset stomach, etc.) and others that can be very serious (i.e. shortness of breath, chest pain, extreme changes in mood and so on).


  • Since this diet pill is a sympathomimetic amine that is like an amphetamine it can lead to addiction in some people.

Bontril SR 105 mg is primarily prescribed for treating obesity for the short-term and is used in combination with diet and exercise.  It is not designed to replace traditional weight management efforts but to improve their effectiveness.  Talk to your doctor if you are interested in taking this anorectic drug.



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