Venlor Xr 37 5

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Amanda Cronje Says:


I would like to know if Venlor 150mg and Epitec 150mg is the reason for my bad memory and concentration.



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Amanda! How are you?

It is most likely due to the Epitec, those can be known side effects of it and they tend to worsen the longer you are on it. Other side effects, as listed by the U.S. FDA may possibly include mood swings and weight changes.

How long have you been taking it?

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Amanda Cronje Says:

Good evening,
I am using Venlor XR150 for the past 5 years, since our son died in a motor car accident. I also gained about 10kg weight. My weight is 67kg at this stage but I hope to loose about 7kg. I am 5 feet 4 inches in length.

I am using Vital IQ Boost, hoping that it will help for my bad memory and concentration.

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Solly Says:
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I read that the lower the dose of Miteron the better the effect on sleeping. Your opinion please.

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