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Clarrisa Garza Says:

I am taking Redotex in the morning and orlistat twice a day, one after lunch and one after dinner, It's is my first day, I took them for a month about 4 years ago and los 45lbs, mind you, I was eating extremely healthy and was working out 3 hours a day, jog for one hour in the am and at night would do at the time turbo jam and as soon as I was done with that I'd go for another hour jog. My head would hurt every morning, it was more of a pain in the back of my lower head, but I stuck it out and if ever I felt dizzy I would eat an orange and I would feel better 15 minutes after. The combination is quite dangerous but if you are limiting your caffeine intake and are following your doctors orders you should be fine.. Consult your doctors, well if you live close by the border, because as you all know, Redotex is not fda approved.

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Jenna Says:

Hi Clarrisa,

Based on my research, there aren't any unsafe interactions between Phentermine, the active ingredient in Redotex, and Orlistat. Redotex is a weight loss pill, but I imagine that your weight loss was mainly due to your lifestyle at the time. I can't find any information stating that headaches are a side effect of either of these medications, but everyone is different so you could've been having some sort of reaction.

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Please post back if you have any more information to add, or any questions about this topic. I hope this helps!

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umduh Says:

Jenna, what research told you that phentermine is the active ingredient in redotex? Its not even in redotex. Please stop spreading misinformation and responding to questions you do not know the answer to.

according to the FDA, Redotex contains the following:
o Tri iodothyronine (Triyodotironina) 75 mcg. A hormone used to increase the metabolic rate of tissues.
o Norpseudoephedrine (Clorhidrato de D Norseudoefedrina) 50 mg. An amphetamine like drug.
o Atropine sulfate (Sulfato de Atropina) 0.36 mg. Used as a respiratory and circulatory stimulant.
o Aloin (Aloina) 16.2 mg. Laxative.
o Diazepam (Diacepam) 8 mg. A depressant (Valium).

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