Perry Active Weight Gain Pills

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perry active weight gain pills

A friend told me about weight gain pills. I would like to know more about Perry active. ## Hello, Tisha! How are you? The medication is actually called Periactin and it contains the active ingredient Cyproheptadine, which is an antihistamine. It is actually not used for weight gain, though that can be a side effect of this medication. Other side effects, as listed by the FDA, may possibly include dizziness, drowsiness and dry mouth. Are there any other questions or concerns? ## I'm really trying to gain weight I have a problem with holding my weight ...

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I am trying to gain weight. I would like to know where I can buy perry avtive from. ## Hi Lawana, I haven't come across any weight management pills by the name of "Perry Active". Where did you hear about it at? Personally, I find the best way to gain weight is to have a consistent eating regime with a specific portion of protein, fat, and carbs in each meal. And depending on whether or not the weight you gain is fat or muscle will be in accordance to your exercise habits. Let me know if there's anyway I can be of help! ...

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I have taken Perry Active in the past and I have to gain 25lbs in the next month. Will these pills help? ## The correct medication name is Periactin, it contains the active ingredient Cyproheptadine, which is an antihistamine that is most commonly used to treat allergic reactions. It is not approved, nor recommended to be used just for the purpose of gaining weight. In addition, I am not sure it can be obtained and it does require a doctor's prescription. Have you tried consulting a doctor about healthy and safe ways to gain weight? ## Hi. I'm a 27 yr old female. I just wanted to be able to gain weight cause my weight is only 45kg. I read about some medicine on this site called perry active, which is used to increase one's appetite and cym gen. Which one is the best of these... ...

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under weight and heard that the pery active pill helps gain weight and keeps it on ## The correct name of the medication is Periactin, it containd the active ingredient Cyprheptadine. It is commonly used to treat allergic reactions and it can stimulate the appetite. Common side effects include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and blurred vision. Read more here: As to whether or not you will actually gain weight or keep it on, I cannot say. This medication has not actually been researched and approved for that purpose. Some people are just naturally small, like myself. Are you currently seeing a doctor? ## how can i get this pill,do i have to see my dr before ## what is the side effect when use in this pill, ## Does this increase your appetite ## Drowsyness,munchies ## Yes it kee... ...

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i am looking to gain about 10 pounds and i had a relative that had a precrip for them she informed me that they help gain weight for the past mnth i have been felling like im losing weight by the day ive gone t the drs they cannot find anything wrong my appetite is not so good either i try hard to make sure i eat at least 2 full meals per day with snacking in between i have a nice figure with curves and i am stressing out really bad b/c i am losing my weight please help ## looking to gain 10 pounds and feel this is the peel for me ...

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weight gain ## i am 5'4 and 95lbs and its hard to put on weight i've been tring to gain weight for the last 5 years ...


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