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It is used for a weight loss program. There is phen-phen but phenchrome is different. Phenchrome is safer than phen-phen

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timandem98 Says:
Is phenchrom safe for weight loss...and what are the side effects

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Madge Says:
Where can I buy the weight loss drug named Phenchrom? I can't find it anywhere. Is there a different name it is sold under?

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Heather Says:
I got it from my gyno, there are only a few places that make it, I believe you have to go to a pharmacy that combines drugs because its two different ones. I've been on it about 2 months and have lost almost 40 pounds. Not sure how healthy that is... but I needed it! I also am on a diet 100 calories every 3 hours, no carbs, sugar or red meat. I eat a lot of fat free yogurt, cottage cheese, lowfat cheese, fruits and veggies! Some Grilled chicken and fish.
The only annoying side effect was very dry mouth! I drink a lot of water! Also dry lips, they get very chapped but I found some revive and restore blistex in a little jar that works wonders! Also a little constipation, but not to where I have to take anything for it. For me its been a blessing and I'm SO glad I'm on it!! Hopefully wont have to be on it for much longer :)
Good Luck!!

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earthangel2345 Says:
How expensive is the prescription phenchrome? I know it is available only through pharmacies that mix up the medications.

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Melanie Says:
I just bought a one month supply yesterday for $35. It is by prescription only and must be made at a compounding pharmacy as someone else mentioned. My doctor said only 3 months on then off for at least three.

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Broncho Says:
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Would phen chrome have a reaction with clonasapham,1/2 of a 2 mg in a:m an (1) 150 mg of lamictal in a:m an (1) 200mg of Prestique /at p:m 200 mg of lamictal,1 1/2 clonazapham

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