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We Are Planning For A Baby, My Periods Irregular And I Am Suffering With PCOS

We are planning for a baby my periods are irregular and I am suffering with PCOS (polycystic ovaries) my doctor has given me glycomet last month now periods has not came she suggested me primolut-n will it affect me if I am planning for a baby. ## Hi, my periods are irregular. I married 2 years ago. I consulted a doctor and took medication for 6 months. Now we are planning to have a baby. My last period was jun 11th. The doctor suggested me to take regestorene tab to induce my period and try for a baby. Is it safe to use regestorene this month also to conceive, for ovulation? Please suggest me. ## Hi I HV problem of pcod n doc.suggested me glcomet 500mg for three months my three months completed but there is no good response I missed my periods also lasts 2 months now plz tell me wat I ...

Side Effects of Orlistat

What are the side effects of Alli (Orlistat) made by Aurobindo? I'm curious because I have to go pee every 2 seconds and didn't have this problem before I took the medication. ## According to NIH, a "frequent urge to urinate" is listed as a rare side effect of Orlistat. Source: They go on to note that you should check with your doctor immediately if you experience such symptoms. I hope this info helps! Please post back if you have any updates on how things are going.

is it must use nexito plus

Dr subscribe me to use nexto plus, thinking i am nervous or thinking much after found i have prostrate enlargement. So, should i use it because myself i feel ok and not take it seriously except i told my Dr now adays i am reading alot of prostrate. He told me to stop reading it may cause stress. And he subscribe Nexito plus.

Is it okay to take alli and redotex nf together?

Its been 2 months since I began Alli I only lost 15 pounds with good healthy diet and working out.I want faster result so I began taking redotex nf as well. Is this okay? Will have side effects other than more frequent bowel movements and dry mouth? Any suggestions or comments? ## Hi Has anyone noticed side effects from since using Redotex - such as problems with their teeth etc? ## im taking it right now, and the only side effect I feel is thirst. Nothing bad because I drink alot of water. ## Can I take redotex with phentermine? I have taken 1 pill a day for two months and not lost any weight. Thanks for the help. ## Redotex and Redotex NF shouldn't be taken by anyone for any reason! A warning about these products needs to be put out there… It has been found to co...

Orli Diet Pills

orli 60mg diet pills are they the same as alli pills ## Hi norman, To answer your question, the main ingredient in Alli is Orlistat. So yes, they are one in the same drug. Orlistat is a lipase inhibitor developed to manage obesity. This chemical agent prohibits the body from absorbing fats from food. The recommended dosage of orlistat is 60 mg, taken three times per day. Furthermore, the National Library of Medicine notes that orlistat may consume up to 30 percent of ingested dietary fats. Learn More: Alli Details I hope this info helps!

What will make fat indigestible in small intenstines

What can one eat or drink with food so that any fat in the food does not get digested? ## I'm not certain where you are located, so I'm not sure what is available to you. In the U.S. there is a product available called Alli, which contains the active ingredient Orlistat, which can help block the absorption of fats, though it does not block all, because your body does need some to stay healthy and function properly. It also can't be used if you are always taking it a very high fat diet, because this can cause severe problems in controlling your bowels. Learn more: Are there any other questions?

alli public release date

Does anybody know when alli is going to start being sold to the public? It was already approved by the FDA but is not being sold yet. Trying to find out when and where I will be able to obtain it since it's an otc med that doesn't need a script. ## It has also recently become available in most drugstores and in Wal-Mart/ ## CVS already has it on the shelves in SC ## LATER THIS MONTH, THERE WAS AN ARTICLE IN THE LONDON STANDARD. CHECKED WITH CHEMIST AND THEY HAVE RECIEVED TRAINING ON THE PRODUCT AND TOLD ME TO LOOK OUT FOR ADVERTS SHORTLY

loose wait facts

SIDE EFFECTS, FACTS ABOUT IT, IT IS REALLY GOING TO WORK? COMPONENTS ## The active ingredient in it is Orlistat, it was originally sold as prescription only under the brand name Xenical. As with any drug, it works for some people and it doesn't work for others, there is no way to know for sure unless you try it. It can cause some rather unpleasant side effects, so it is important to follow all usage directions carefully. The most common and bothersome is loose/oily stools, since the active ingredient binds to fat and prevents it from being absorbed by the body. This leads to other possible side effects such as fecal incontenence and flatulence.


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