I don't think so ... That seems like a general practitioner function, or an internist. However, nobody NEEDS diet pills, which are often harmful to your system. If a person needs to lose weight, the best way to do it is to eat less and exercise more. We all know this, of course, but it is very hard to do. Pills are only a temporary solution, and probably a very harmful one. Pills may help you lose about 10 pounds of water weight, which you will eventually gain back. They are not intended for long-term use. The notion of "needing" a diet pill is a fallacy.