Fenfluramine. Western medicine mainly acts on the nerve center to suppress appetite and achieve weight loss. Studies have shown that long-term or overdose of fenfluramine may cause heart valve disease. If pregnant women have heart valve disease, the risk of fertility increases.
Sibutramine. Western medicine, an appetite suppressant, may cause increased blood pressure and increased heart rate. It is a prescription drug and must be used under the guidance of a doctor. People with a history of cardiovascular disease and stroke should use it with caution. If pregnancy-induced hypertension is present, consideration may also need to be given to termination of pregnancy or early delivery by surgery.
Dihydrogureia. Diuretics, western medicine. Adverse side effects on the lipids and blood glucose metabolism of the user should be taken under the guidance of a doctor. Hyperlipidemia is a risk factor for arteriosclerosis and hypertension, and it has an impact on pregnant women.
Dehydroepiandrosterone. It is a sex hormone secreted by the adrenal cortex, which has an important impact on human metabolism. Demethylephedrine. It is a common central nervous system stimulant. It is a stimulant drug with a limited amount detected by the International Olympic Committee.
The Ministry of Health has conducted a selective sampling of weight-loss pills and weight-loss health foods. A total of 118 samples were sampled from the market. Eight weight-loss pills contain dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA), demethylephedrine, and dihydroglucuron Sibutramine contains hazardous ingredients such as fenfluramine and morphindole.