I think I'm going to get there pretty quick seeing as though I don't eat badly and I'm not new to exercising at all. Obesity Alli , liraglutide , amphetamine , Contrave , Saxenda , Adipex-P , Belviq , Qsymia , methamphetamine , garcinia cambogia , orlistat , phendimetrazine , More I also have a great deal amount of energy but I did also make some serious changes to my diet as well. Phentermine can be purchased through Amazon. Kelli girl taken for 1 to 6 months April 7,
Increased heart rate's when you move suddenly almost feeling like its beating out of your chest like a few seconds away from a heart attack. I may have left some side effects out but for the most part this sums up my experience. It is not for me and I do believe for the better half of these reviewer here we can all contest to the same issues while taking it. Yes you may see a pounds lost from taking it. But think about it - would you just rather work harder in your meal and workout plan?
Is a health scare worth those few pounds. Hope this review helps. I say think about it and do your research before and not taking it like I did. The first week on our new medication and diet, we went on vacation and got married. Much to our surprise, we came back weighing less. During the next four months my husband has lost a total of 50 lbs while I struggle at 12 lbs.
I thought the hardest part would be having to eat more. I was lucky if I ate 2 meals before. But, I now eat 3 meals and 2 snacks throughout the day, containing at least 20 mg of protein each meal. Have cut out breads, grains, and sweets. And have increased veggies and added salad to nearly every meal. I drink at least 60 oz of water daily. I can definitely see the changes in my body since starting exercising.
My body is firmer and toning nicely. However, the scale teeters on. I know I need to add at least 30 mins of cardio to my daily activity as well. As a matter of fact, I am sluggish and unmotivated, not even wanting to work in my workshop. And my sex drive has decreased dramatically. I've suffered from insomnia for 15 yrs.
Have tried countless meds, visualization, and essential oils to name a few. I think stopping my ADHD med has negatively impacted many aspects of my daily life. I do feel better having changed what I eat, but overall, I'm not happy and will be talking with doctor on next appointment. My doctor placed me on this medication to aid me in my weight loss journey to join the United States Army.
I have been on this drug for about 3 months now and I don't have any bad things to say about it. In the beginning you will get that super boost of energy and then it will fade away a bit. If you stop taking the drug because you feel like you suddenly stopped losing weight, you need to look at your own life and ask yourself "am I doing all the work or am I relying on this pill.
You have to put in the work. I was when I started this pill in May It's now August and I lost 30 pounds on this drug. I go to crunch fitness everyday and I do min of cardio and light weights. If you start to feel crazy or have hallucinations ask yourself "how much did I eat today? Only reduce your calories by a small amount and truly feed your body! The drug is not the issue. It's your lifestyle that is. I have lost 4 lbs but it has not curbed my hunger at all. I exercise 4 days a week.
Only experienced dry mouth a few days which I guess is good. I have not had the energy boost that others mention. I will finish my 30 day rx but will not waste my money on a refill. It may work for others but not for me and I cannot recommend it. I started taking this at 7mg in I was averaging lb weight loss every month. After 6 months I was down 51lbs and excited. Then I hurt my knee and had 2 knee surgeries in 4 months Started gaining weight like crazy. Last year, I had a hysterectomy and the weight kept coming.
I've gained back the 51lbs plus This time to keep it off!!! A friend introduced me to this drug through a link he sent to me. I tried it out and within 3 weeks of using it I lost a lot of weight which is what I wanted. Now I am so happy with my new shape. I also want you to share in my blessing by reading up more about this wonderful weight loss drug here; http: I wish you all the best.
I absolutely loved Phentermine. The first week I took it in half doses. I had energy to the moon. I cleaned like I was going to have a health inspection. I lost weight for 5 months. I also lost my own sanity I was so easy to anger, could not be pleased, everyone made me angry, nagging, hurtful, rude, nights of no sleep or sleep maybe a few hours. I lost over 50 pounds on the scale but looking at it in clear eyes I lost water weight and muscle.
My body was starving. I was not told how to take it or how to take care of myself on it. Hair loss, bad skin, dry mouth, chapped lips. The list could go on forever. I took myself off this medication. I was not seeing results and the doctor thought I should continue even though I had already been on it too long without even a break.
I gained all my weight back as I got my first period since starting the medication. I do not recommend this at all. My life has changed and not for the better. I was unable to lose weight no matter how hard I tried. I thought I was eating smart and small enough portions. I walked every day. When I was 58 yrs old I said I need to lose 50 lbs before I turn I began making better choices and eating smaller portions.
I lost the 50 lbs I wanted to lose during that first year. I still take the two drugs faithfully and have never went off of them. It will be 3 yrs in May and my total weight loss is 54 lbs. I purposely hold my own and eat a little larger portions than when I began the program. I have never had any side effects from either drug. I plan on staying on these two drugs forever. They don't have any long term side effects.
I also take a blood pressure pill and thyroid pill with several vitamins. I have been taking Phentermine for a couple of years now. I have actually gained weight on this pill Up to 7 pounds in less than 1 month. I used to weigh around before my hysterectomy. Afterwards I jumped up to and I am now around Still taking pills and no big losses. I did lose 5 lbs in 1 month. I just can't seem to get the weight off.
I do not overeat I am on the move all day at work and was walking every day until weather got bad. I don't know what to do. He wrote it for 5 pills 3 times a day. That would have killed a horse I'm sure The office just said "Oh well I started taking 30mg Phentermine on October 25th, I felt great, didn't have any negative side effects, nothing that would make me decide to stop taking the pills.
I lost about 10 pounds in a little over a month. Last night I had shaky hands and boy, is the dry mouth bad! I drink a lot of diet juice and water so I'm not dehydrated. I'm not feeling any of the other bad side effects like anxiety. I am down 15 pounds though, after completely changing my diet and eating between calories per day. I try to exercise when I can but with college, a social life and a boyfriend, it's hard. I was prescribed phentermine by my GP who was aware of my low dose BP and depression meds to help in weight reduction.
I feel I'm 80 lbs overweight. This was around January and upon completing 1st bottle I had lost a bit. GP would not prescribe again until I was off it for a while. Started my 2nd round in March Needless to say, I stopped the phentermine and got myself straight to the doctor's office. SIX months later I am still taking quadruple my original dosage for high BP which is keeping it in check.
I'm due a checkup next week and plan to discuss with him whether or not this medicine has somehow affected my heart negatively. I'm really concerned with the fact that I have not been able to return to my original 80mg dose and worry that it's caused some sort of permanent damage to my heart. As a result, I have not seen any marked increase in depression, irritation or insomnia.
I have noticed an increase in dry mouth, so I have increased my water intake, which is a great aid in weight loss, anyway. Many weight loss supplements include chromium to produce the same affect and induce increased water intake. And, I would definitely recommend using a dry-mouth toothpaste, such as Biotene. As an additional precaution, I plan to skip Phentermine on weekends. I decided to try Phentermine after my dad reported to good results my niece and her husband have had using it.
Becoming about 70 lbs overweight, despite portion control and not eating very much - at all, I became extremely frustrated. And, working out just wasn't helping. Frankly, I got mad and disgusted with myself. I have been using Phentermine Though my pants seem to be fitting a bit looser. I also suffer from bipolar disorder. I feel like I'm losing my mind.
I can't stand loud noises. It aggravates me bad, but as far as weight loss it helps. Mentally I'm exhausted more than I am physically. Can anyone give me a explanation for this or any advice of what I should do, go off them medicine or cut the dosage in half? Like many others, my doctor prescribed Phentermine wanting me to lose a few pounds. The first couple of weeks the only thing I had a problem with was dry mouth.
After about the third week, I started to have anxiety attacks, crying all the time, depression and heart palpitations. It got so bad I almost ruined my relationship. I told my fiance about it and he insisted I stop taking the drug and couldn't believe my doctor would even prescribe something like Phentermine knowing the side effects. In less than 30 days this drug almost destroyed my entire life. I'm normally a happy and joking person, but the last month has been the most emotionally painful time in my life all because of this little pill.
Losing weight on this medication is not worth my sanity. No doubt this pill helps you lose weight. I have been taking it almost 2 weeks and lost 10lbs, which I know I'm going to gain it all back. This pill might help some but for me the side effects are horrible. I'm obsessed with losing weight but not with this pill.
The first 3 days were amazing. I had lots energy. I did have cotton mouth and sweated like nobody's business. I drink a lot of water anyways but had to triple the intake because I was so thirsty. I am a very happy go lucky person. Yes I have the normal every day stresses, like everyone else. But by no means am I a suicidal person. I don't take any kinds of meds and I'm a very healthy person with no medical issues.
The 4th day on this pill, I started having self-doubt. I didn't think anything about it. I kept taking the pills, everyday became a struggle. I started hating myself and felt that everyone hated me. I cried all the time for no reason. I was mad at myself for feeling this way. I talked with my friends, I even talked with my husband.
Everything they told me became twisted in my head. I had convinced myself everyone hated me and I didn't need to exist. I've only been off the pill today and have had some withdrawal issues. I hope these feelings will go away quickly and I can be back to myself soon. Just be careful taking these pills and follow the doctor instructions to a T.
And if you feel anything out of the way call your doctor immediately. I started taking prescribed phentermine for weight loss. I weighed lbs and 6 weeks later I am at and still losing weight. However, I had some issues, depression, panic attacks that would happen every few min without medication. I had a thyroid issue and ADD and a low libido. I had these things for years started in my 30's I am now Phentermine has given me back my life. I have no real depression any more on this medication.
I feel energized without feeling jittery. I can think clearer and it controls my ADD. I no longer get panic attacks. I have done some research on this drug and society has been SO misinformed by the media. I think the first week I took it I had some heart acceleration and headaches but it disappeared. The only thing I don't like is that it causes constipation. I have high blood pressure and am on medication for it.
However since I lost weight I take less thyroid and blood pressure meds now. So this drug may not be a "fits all" type drug, but for me it works. I still losing weight, feel great, have energy and libido and can think more clearly. I don't know about everyone else but this ADD girl with her thyroid, lagging energy, foggy brain thinks this is a miracle and I hope that I can continue with this although maybe on a milder dose. Do your homework look on government sites, look at real medical sites like top medical school.
Don't just go to blog type sites. There is real information and tests on this drug and it has been on the market since No one has died or overdosed strictly from taking this drug. Also, you can stay on this drug long term. You just need to monitor your blood pressure and heart rate. I do my heart rate daily on my phone it has a sensor and I have a portable machine for my blood pressure. I have been normal on all fronts.
With any medication you need to find out if it has adverse reactions with any other drugs you take. Only take this drug under a doctor's prescription and care. This is for people who need to lose 50 or more pounds. Basically obese and morbidly obese. Talk to your doctor or several until you get all the answers you need. Good luck in your weight loss.
My physician prescribed the medication in February and I've taken it on and off up until July I have transitioned off the medication and proud to say that I have changed my eating, drinking and physical exercise habits. My blood pressure is much better and my sleep apnea has not been an issue. I don't breathe as heavy or feel so short of breath or tired on short walks.
My stamina has greatly increased, which is good since I have three toddlers and work full time. In addition, I work out almost every day and balance my meal portions. Typically, water is all that I drink and at times I will sneak in lemonade. Overall, I am satisfied with my results, but I know it's not a long-term solution and would not advise anyone to take it as long as I have.
I too suffer with depression and self-esteem issues and have learned to balance how I feel about my health, body and self-image. Yes, I have noticed some weight gain in the past when stopping, but that only encourages me to work harder at diet, exercise and ensure I'm taking my thyroid medication as well. Every little boost in metabolism, energy levels and a smart diet plan will lead to results.
Patience, dedication, discipline and knowing this is not a magic weight loss pill are key to weight loss success. Overall, I would advise you to follow your gut on taking any medication that has as serious side effects as this in some case studies. Please do your research and discuss your options with your doctor before popping this or any pill. I have read several negative reviews. Perhaps my body is completely different than others or my brain chemistry is. I took this pill years ago.
I just began taking it again, the lowest dosage, because I felt beyond sluggish all day, every day. When I take this I feel "normal", not hyper, just not sluggish. I have no negative thoughts, etc while taking this. Again, maybe it's just me and the way my body metabolize medications. Hopefully I can find a Dr who can answer this for Me. If anyone has any suggestions as to why this pill would make me feel "normal" please feel free to share!!!
I have spent the past few days reading reviews on my phone and by no means am I trying to belittle anyone but in all the negative reviews in which people cannot sleep and are having psychotic episodes and depression and then gain all the weight back It's and the internet is imploding with health information and I have a hard time believing anyone overweight hasn't taken the time to educate themselves on what it takes to exchange bad habits that cause weight gain for good habits that promote health.
This pill is not a miracle pill, there is no such thing. If you take it and allow the chemical to take over and not feed your cells with nutritious healing foods, your cells absorb the chemical and you will experience these negative side effects. If you are new to this pill please create a mindset that this is your "personal trainer" who allows you an opportunity to start making better choices, learning how to "re-feed" yourself and hydrate yourself while providing the motivation energy to start a daily exercise program.
This is the only way you are going to feel well on the medicine and learn new habits so you don't gain the weight back after you stop taking the medicine. I was given the medicine for 30 days in and I was able to shed the weight I wanted while trying to get in shape for a beach trip. I was eating well and committed to my workouts and all was a success until I returned home and started eating pancakes and hash browns for dinner and to be expected, the weight returned.
After a year of limiting my calories and binging because I had felt deprived and frustrated, my thyroid was out of whack so in addition to my doctor resetting my thyroid meds, I asked for another prescription to get me back on track as I am wholly committed to taking the time to prepare healing foods. I have a 30 day supply and this is it as I will not repeat the mistake I made in I worked too hard to get in shape only to get lazy and undo my results.
Also we are much easier for our tyrannical government to control that way. IN addtion to that, we die before we can collect medicare or social security or pensions which goes back into their greedy pockets. When I take Phentermine nowadays, I still have to use willpower. In the past, it completely wiped out my appetite and gave me smooth, wonderful energy all day long. I tried Phentermine and although the weight came off, I had chest palpitations, dry mouth, and tons of energy.
People told me this would go away and it did not. Therefore I quit because I have high anxiety and this made my condition worse. If you do not have this issue it would be a great tool. Hi al I've been using duromine for a week nw nd lost 3kgs,strugglin wid my weight 4 5yrs nw,I only hav da dry mouth,nd slight pains in my limbs,I tink if u r morbidly obese den u dnt hav much side effects,al da best Nikki. I started with menopause and taking estrogens started to gain weight.
When people talk about not eating fried foods etc, is it because they don't crave it or is it a conscious decision? Want to try this. Have anyone tried DWL with adipex? They have a shake program that they pair with adipex. I want to see if people have tried this program. I am currently on Adipex and I am losing weight and working out. DWL helped me get my life back along with Adipex. I have taken adepex before and I had a ton of energy and did not eat at all, which I loved!
Now taking phentermine for one day I can already tell that it is much weaker then adepex. I still get hungry and I have no energy. It actually makes me tired. I ate less on it but because I wanted to not because of the pill. Now I don't know what to do. I am going to keep exercising and eating right and hope for the best! The doctor started me with a dose of 15mg. When I took it in the morning, it really made my heart rate faster and I had the hitters, so I stopped taking the morning dose and took the evening dose which ended up being 7.
I been working out 4 times a week, all aerobics. I have also been eating the weight watchers menus, but not counting points just eating better. I also don't eat after dinner. I have a breakfast taco day a week and have a whatever I want twice a week for dinner. I cut down on beer and drank liquor moderately don't get drunk. If you get drunk your mind feels like squash and you won't be up to doing anything. Well, hope this helps those that are seeking to lose weight safely.
I just hope that once I am off it, that I continue to lose weight. Goal is , I started at , I am 43 and now at I have tried the Phentermine I was trying to lose weight before my trip to the Carribean and I did! I did a DWL weight loss plan along with the phentermine! I did have some dry mouth but that helped me get all my water in too. I'm very nervous about taking Phentermine. My doctor prescribed me 30mg time released capsule.
I can't take pseudoephedrine due to the heart palpitations. Any suggestions to ease me in taking this. I am 70lbs overweight and have tried diet and exercise for 4 years and nothing has worked. I want to try this and I pray this helps, just very nervous though. I am currently on Adipex and I like it! I am not too much overweight but I can lose about 15 to 20lbs.
I wanted to try adipex but I wanted to be in a doctors care so i decided to try Dramatic Weight Loss in Atlanta. There they put me on a meal plan and I am also working out! I am down 4lbs in three days. I will be at my goal before spring gets here!!! The information provided within this site is strictly for the purposes of information only and is not a replacement or substitute for professional advice, doctors visit or treatment. The provided content on this site should serve, at most, as a companion to a professional consult.
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