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Taking adderall and cb1 weight gainer pills
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Will my adderall affect the outcome of the cb1 weight gainer pills? Will it make me loose weight still or will it help me gain weight, even taking both medications? ...
Updated 5 months ago in Adderall.
Thu, Jun 01 '17, 1:05 PM
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Hi, I am very slim. 5'2 and no more than 95lbs and that's pushing it!! I have no appetite and a very fast metabolism!! I cannot afford to buy any weight supplement over the counter. I don't have a doctor as of yet either as almost no doctor will accept patients who are on Oregon Health Plan!! Anyway, I am trying to find out if CB1 can be prescribed by a Physician or only available OTC? Also I need to know what prescription weight gainer pills are out there so I can research them for when I find a Doctor very soon. Thank you ## Hello, Sarah! How are you? There aren't any prescription weight gain medications, so to speak, there are some that may cause weight gain as a side effect, but they only do that as long as you're taking them and yes, the CB1 requires a prescript... ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Sat, Jul 26 '14, 12:08 PM
Is pericative the same as the weight gainer cb1
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Will The weight gainer Cb1 help me gain weight like the weight gainer perieactive ## Hello, Based on my research, Periactin (cyproheptadine) is a prescription medicine that is sometimes given to people who need to gain weight, and Cb1 is a weight gain supplement. That being said, these two pills are very different and may produce different results. It's impossible to know how something will work for you unless you try it yourself. From what I've read, there are people that have had success with Periactin, but that doesn't mean that everyone will have positive results. You can learn more about this drug on the page for Periactin Details Have you spoken with a doctor about taking this medication/weight gainer? ## Cb1 do not work tried that but cyproheptadine really do works yo... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Periactin.
Fri, Sep 16 '16, 8:04 AM
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I take a combination pill lisinopril/hctz for high blood pressure would it be safe to take the cb1 weight gainer with my medication ## Hello, Rick! How are you? If you have high blood pressure, it would be best to check with your doctor, before doing anything to try to gain weight. Extra weight places extra work load on the heart, which could just worsen your condition. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Lisinopril.
Thu, Sep 11 '14, 11:30 AM

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