Qsymia, the simply convenient choice for weight management.

Concerned that your child aged 12-17 could be living with obesity?

You’re not alone in dealing with this condition

Left untreated, obesity can contribute to weight-management issues as an adult, as well as future health challenges.3 Living with obesity can also greatly affect childrens’ emotional well-being.4

There are a number of factors
that contribute to obesity in children6


Sleep routines and lack of physical activity


Food choices and eating behaviors

Sedentary activities such as gaming and streaming

Did you know?

Human biology can play a role7

The human body is designed to store fuel in anticipation of periods when food is scarce. It deliberately craves high-calorie food to avoid running out of fuel.

The good news is obesity can be treated.


Ask your healthcare provider if once-daily Qsymia is right for your child

Select from the following:

Is Qsymia right for your child?

Calculate your child’s Body Mass Index (BMI) to help assess their weight in relation to their height.

How once-daily
Qsymia can help

Once-daily Qsymia can help regulate your child’s hunger and cravings for food throughout their day.1

Download a FREE
Qsymia brochure

This FREE caregiver brochure can help you discuss once-daily Qsymia with your healthcare provider.

Save on Qsymia

Now it’s even easier to get Qsymia! Choose the savings option that’s right for you.

Multiple ways to save
81 percent

Qsymia is now covered on the majority of commercial healthcare plans!

Check your coverage online using our online lookup tool.

Check your coverage online using our online lookup tool.

Qsymia Savings Card. Sign up for monthly savings at your local retail pharmacy.


Qsymia Home Delivery Pharmacy. Get the lowest cash price, online ordering and home delivery.

Source: Managed Markets Insight & Technology, LLC database as of February 2023. Certain plans may require prior authorization.



Qsymia is indicated as an adjunct to a reduced-calorie diet and increased physical activity for chronic weight management inadults with an initial body mass index (BMI)…

Important Safety Information

Do not take Qsymia if you are pregnant, planning to become pregnant, or become pregnant during Qsymia treatment; have glaucoma; have thyroid problems (hyperthyroidism); are taking certain medicines called monoamine oxidase inhibitors…