Energy And Lose Weight

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Amparo Beltran Says:


In my original country I took a medication name NULIP prescription for treatment of Obesity. I wasn't Obese but helped me with my water retention, and energy, and control my appetite or craving problems, but my energy was great, and made me feel so a happy person, I had to stop taking it because I moved to United States country that I love so much even if I'M FAT NOW :-( I got a lot of weight and took too FASTIN and helped me a lot gave me a lot of energy to do my exrcises I lost like 75 pounds at that time, but its not a doctor who can give you a Prescription so what can I do?, 8 years ago I had a Gastricbypass, and I lost 70 pounds, and already got back 30,. I'm trying to find another similar prescription that can help me to have my regular weight that was between 120 or at least 150 now Im 200, can some body can help me, and sorry for my english my lenguage its spanish, please I need your help.
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Verwon Says:

Have you consulted a doctor? There are some medications that can be prescribed in the U.S., such as Phentermine, which is a stimulant used for appetite suppression to aid in weight loss.

It may cause some side effects, such as: nausea, dizziness, insomnia and anorexia.

Learn more:


https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Phentermine/­

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tammy Says:
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I have no energy threw the day i need to have energy to last all day and lose some wieght

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Keeshia Says:
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Adipex!!!!! If works it's a weight loss pill,but it also gives you energy.

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David Says:
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Did you find nulip?? I'm looking for that too. Thanks

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