It used to be sold in the U.S. only online through a mail order system through select pharmacies. Today, Qsymia is available in over 40,000 U.S. independent pharmacies as well as national pharmacy chains.
Catalent Pharmaceuticals is the exclusive manufacturer of Qsymia, but its capacities are not ready to expand the marketing of diet pills. So, if Qsymia is approved in Europe, Vivus will have to go into partnership with other pharmaceutical manufacturers. Two pharmaceutical companies, Actavis and Teva, are trying to challenge patent exclusivity for Qsymia. By the second quarter of 2016, Vivus owns 12 patents for Qsymia in the US. and 4 patents are pending. Actavis and Teva have challenged the most patents for Qsymia in order to get approval to manufacture and sell Qsymia generics in the U.S.
At the moment it is not easy to get a prescription for Qsymia. You must find a trained and certified Qsymia physician. Only certified Qsymia physicians can write prescriptions. To find a doctor and pharmacy near you, go to website: http://findqsymia.com/#_ga=1.109845766.265376039.1471450808
This site has a convenient locator. All you need to do is enter your zip code to find a healthcare provider who can get you started with Qsymia and select pharmacies that sell it. Qsymia is also available by mail order through the Qsymia Home Delivery Network. Call one of the Qsymia home delivery pharmacies if you would like your prescriptions delivered directly to your home: Walgreens (1-877-487-8880) or Walmart pharmacy (1-800-273-3455). Another website: adipex.phenobestin.com, can help you find an approved doctor and pharmacy in your area as well. Just key in your zip code. You can not buy Qsymia online or anywhere for that matter without a prescription!