Acomplia (rimonabant) is a prescription anti-obesity medicine that is supposed to be combined with a healthier diet and regular exercise for you to lose weight consistently. The main problem with weight loss is that people are unable to maintain the progress they achieved over time and gain weight when they stop the treatment and come back to their regular eating patterns. Acomplia is usually taken for a couple of years and helps the patient using it to eat less while getting daily amount of exercise, therefore learning how to live a different lifestyle and being able to continue once the treatment is stopped. Acomplia demonstrates brilliant effects in a third of patients, while the rest of them lose less weight that those 35% but are still able to maintain it. Your dose of Acomplia may need to be adjusted if you have liver problems, impaired kidney function and a history of epilepsy or in case you are currently taking carbamazeptine, nefazodone, ritonavir, phenytoin, telithromycin, itraconazole, ketaconazole, phenobarbital, or clarithromycin. Make sure you never share your dose of Acomplia with other people, especially if you do not know their medical history and are not sure they will benefit from the treatment as much as you do.