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Best for weight loss?


Cgillen

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I'm just wondering what anyone thought was the best meds for weight loss? I am in desperate need for help :(

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The most effective are still amphetamines, but they carry their own problems. They decrease appetite and increase calories burned. I also suspect they're hard to get prescribed these days.

I swear to you this is what works for me: Get the larger boxes of special K (with almonds or berries) - fill up a bowl and eat it dry.  It gives you something to munch on  I love soda now (t

Gonna say, in 2007 my valium and DHC diet lost me 3 stones. Can't see them plugging that like Slim Fast!

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Phentermine (also called Duromine and Adipex-P) is the only weight loss souce that helps. 

It would be a waste in IMO to try anything branded a such. 

I have tried it and it works. Five years ago I took it and the result was me reaching a size 2 (US sizing). I have been that size ever since. BUT I watch what I eat, no junk food, no sweets and no white sugar.

Another type of weight loss action, though it isn't a weight loss drug, are drugs which contain SRNI and Topamax. Tr$m#d&l is a SRNI. Topamax is used to treat migraines. I WOULD NOT TAKE those drugs. For a myriad of reasons, such as addiction in the case of T and the nature of TPM turning people into STOPIDMAX. But, they work. If you use them going into them knowing the dangers you face.

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Phentermeen is the only thing that ever worked for me either, as far as meds go. It made me actually want to eat healthier and heavy, fatty foods just weren't appealing. I was very pleased with the results, think I took it for about 6 months to reach my goal.

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Sorry trinity, female. I have been seeing people mention Phenter on this page but also have read some very bad reviews on other sites but think I might just say screw it and order some soon lol

Thanks all!

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Phentermine is good but the best appetite suppresant I ever used was Tenuate. Dont really see it around much though anymore.

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The most effective are still amphetamines, but they carry their own problems. They decrease appetite and increase calories burned. I also suspect they're hard to get prescribed these days.

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Please forgive my ignorance on this subject but would adhd meds be considered amphetamines? I'm close to sending an order in for Phen and I saw that that also carry Ritalin , I wonder if that might be more effective, but I don't want it to kill me either! 

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Ritalin is not an @mphetamine but has similar effects. I don't know from experience, but I've heard [email protected] reduces appetite pretty welll & people use it for weight loss.

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Tenuate did nothing for me, didn't curb my apatite or give me energy or anything.  I believe what works for one may not work

so well for someone else when it comes to weight loss meds.  REAL phen terr mine is hard to find online these days.  O but I can remember

when!!!  Rit might work for some, my fav is add er al.  Also Annal vonn or (Dexxtro) has worked for me in the past.  If you have never

taken these before, do take care and give it some thought before ordering.  Do some reading on the side effects of taking them.

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There is T-3 Thyroxin aka Cytomel, which can be very dangerous.  People like to stack it with Clenbuteral sometimes, or Helios (clen and yohimbe inj.).  Also metaformin, a medication for diabetes but is also used as an appetite suppressant.  The first two are very serious drugs and you should research them extensively before you try any of them.  T-3 can ruin your metabolism and thyroid forever if misused, so be careful.  Glucophage Aka Metaformin is not as dangerous but I would do my research before trying it.  All are easily obtained.

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If you are female stay clear of liothyronine totally.  

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On December 17, 2015 at 5:45 PM, Cgillen said:

I'm just wondering what anyone thought was the best meds for weight loss? I am in desperate need for help :(

Did ypu find what you were looking for. I'm also desperate. 

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I am using Phentermine short term for a cutting cycle. When you first start taking it, there is some definite euphoria for the first few hours along with suppressed appetite. However, I found it difficult to train properly and found it really affected my overall strength. After about a week the amphetamine like high subsided and you are left with an upper with good appetite suppression. I got used to it during my training and so far, have been able to drop some body fat without too much muscle. Would recommend if you are eating properly and getting adequate exercise as an added boost to quicker weight/fat loss.

Also, I do not take it everyday. I take it 4 days a week with days off. I find the days off, I have less appetite, as well. 

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Amp s4lts are definitely efficient in appetite suppression but tolerance builds pretty quickly. After a short time of consistent use, might find that suppression kind of wanes. I hear supplementing with magnesium may help with tolerance issues.

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