Bi 62 Preludin

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bi 62 preludin

Image of bi 62 preludin ## they don't make it anymore, but the generic of Bontril (phendimetrazine) is awesome. Scientists tinkered with the chemical formula to create phendimetrazine and it's quite close, and really effective if you take enough. 35mg. pills should do the trick. ## Yes, this brand name is no longer available, but there are some generics available, so your doctor should be able to prescribe something equivalent. The FDA warns that this medication carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, irritability, insomnia, and weight loss. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

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Preludin

Pink pill with BI62 ## Would like information on availability. Or is it still made? ## It is still available in the US, most commonly sold under the brand name Bontril. ## Im looking for a doctor that will give me bi62 for weight loss . I took this pill over 20 yrs ago. it was great. ## I would like to get some pink pills BI-62 over the counter. ## Dont confuse phenmetrazine with phendimetrazine. The first is the active ingredient in Preludin (long ago discontinued due to abuse). Phendimetrazine is the active ingredient in Bontril (close cousin to the phenmetrazine but a schdule III controlled medication with much less abuse potential and available freely under many different names). ## I HAVE TRIED EVERY WEIGHT LOSS PROGAM PRODUCT THERE IS AND THE BI62 Was the onlt product that seemed ... ...

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