Redotex Side Effects Negative

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camila Says:


Redotex really works while your on it but once you stop taking them, you'll start to gain the weight you lost, also feel depressed :(



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Verwon Says:

HI, Camila! Sorry about the problem you had after taking it.

That is one of the hazards of relying on a medication to lose weight, there is often a rebound effect when you stop taking it.

Additionally, Redotex is considered very dangerous, since the FDA found it to contain a number of questionable ingredients, such as benzodiazepines, diuretics, stimulants and laxatives.

Anyone who has taken it should inform their doctors, so they can be checked out to be safe.

Have you had any other symptoms?

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