Neobes And Esbelcaps Dosing

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I have a prescription for neobes 75mg and esbelcaps 20mg/6mg. At what time do i take each one?



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John Says:

This medication is very strong. Take this from one expert in diet pills. You just stop eating and therefore loose the weight. But it keeps you awake all the time, so sleeping pills are necessary as well.
Neobes works and we will all die one day, so who cares if we like to be thin. It is a personal choice. This is the way i prefer to look at it.
But, make sure early teenagers do not take this medication, because it is very strong.


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David Says:

Ideally, the prescribing doctor is supposed to inform you of when and how to take whatever medication s/he recommends you take to acheive your goals.

If not the doctor, then the pharmacist who is dispensing your medication is the next person in line who is obligated to tell you this important information.

If both the doctor and pharmacist fail to tell you when and how to take your prescription medication, perhaps it's best not to take it at all, as they failed to do their job?

However, I would encourage you to go back to your doctor so he can explain why he prescribed you a particular dosage and how s/he thinks you should take them to get the best results.

Most things when taken on an empty stomach are absorbed quicker and therefore take effect sooner. If the effects of this medication are very stimulating, I would also suggest avoiding any sort of evening dose. Depending on how sensitive your body is to the medication, sleeping pills may only go so far.

Please post back with any updates you may have.


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