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Pyrovalerone (Centroton, Thymergix) is a stimulant drug developed in the late 1960s and used in France and some other European countries. It is sometimes prescribed for treating chronic fatigue and lethargy or as an appetite suppresant, though it is used infrequently due to problems with abuse and dependence.  Side effects of pyrovalerone include loss of appetite, anxiety, insomnia, and tremor. Withdrawal syndrome following abuse causes depression.  Pyrovalerone is a Schedule 5 drug in the USA. It is closely related to some other stimulant drugs such as prolintane and MDPV.
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