Phentermine And Prozac

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Nolliesmama Says:

I just started taking phentermine 3 days ago, and so far am feeling great. I have some of the side effects, a little anxiety and headaches, but that could be from cutting the coffee out cold turkey. Definitely have a dry mouth, but so far taking the prozac and phentermine together aren't causing anything ugly. Anyone else taking prozac with phentermine? I read online that it is known as a cocktail called phen-pro, and can increase how well phentermine works. I say COOL to that!

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Jools Says:

I'm on prozac right now and i was wondering if i can take these two together. And from what i heard phentermine is a prescription drug only so what qualifies a person to get a prescription?

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Suzy-Q Says:

I take 20mg Prozac, 15mg Aderall IR, 37.5 Phentermine in the morning then again 15mg aderall and 35mg Phendimetrazine Tart rate (Bontril) in the afternoon. Doing just fine.

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Mercedes Says:

Hi, I was googling and trying to find just this for help with weight loss and anxiety, mostly due to ALWAYS trying to loose weight. For a long time adding the 20 mg of prozac to my 37.5 of Phen in the morning was helping me maintain my weight, but I've recently put on like 20lbs and a friend of mine says she is always able to loose weight with addrell, so I'm wondering if I start with just say adding 10mg of adderal in the morning could that help me to loose back these extra 20lbs I've managed to put on and for the life of me can't get off??? Also how do I get my Dr. to perscribe me the adderal, what do I say, she is pretty easy in that she will perscribe what I ask for I just need to know what symptoms to say I'm having to be able to get it.

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determined Says:
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I started phentermine 37.5 on nov 6 2013.. My weight was 198 now today nov.11 2013 my weight is 192... I have been doing research but i get confused because i see different things.. so .y question is can you work out while taking phentermine 37.5? I am also taking potassium pill daily in the morning. I take a b12 and colon cleanse once a week..

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