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babyfat wrote:Hi Jasmine,
Congratulations on your great progress and well done for your great determination ...am also been prescribed duromine and a lost a total of 10kg but got sick and decided to stop taking it ...but since i made this decision my weight has not shifted so looks like i need to go back on duromine for a bigger kick start...i have 25kg to lose ....
are you in melbourne ? if so, do you have a good recommendation of a doctor that can prescribe duromine without lots of fuss ..the last doctor that i saw wants me to have blood test done every month i am due for a new dose of duromine
good luck with your journey and keep us posted on how u go ....
CronicBadger wrote:Regarding the tight control over Duromine, there are several good reasons.
Duromine is highly addictive. Doctors try not to create new drug addicts - although it may be good for repeat business it can result in expensive legal issues for them.
Duromine is a chemical relative to amphetamines.
There are bad side effects for some people.
Read the first post in the following thread:
http://weightloss.com.au/forum/viewtopi ... =8&t=14268
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