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The drug they call "phentermine" (or adipex) nowadays is nothing like it was 15 years ago. Basically its a hugely watered down version with about 1/3 the strength of the original and a lot more fillers, which are probably what's causing your bad reactions. I've taken 37.5 Phentermine which is the "strongest" available from two different manufacturers over the past 3 years (on and off) and these are a total joke compared to the 30 mg Fastins by SmithKline Beecham from the 1990s.
It seems that with the new Phentermine, you get all the insomnia and bad side effects and only a miniscule if any of the intended energy and appetite suppression. They don't want us to lose weight. They want a fat, diabetic and sickly "cash cow" for the food and medical industry. Also we are much easier for our tyrannical government to control that way. IN addtion to that, we die before we can collect medicare or social security or pensions which goes back into their greedy pockets.
When I take Phentermine nowadays, I still have to use willpower. In the past, it completely wiped out my appetite and gave me smooth, wonderful energy all day long. People nowadays don't realize this stuff is not the real deal and they are getting shafted by the drug manufacturers, probably at the behest of the totally corrupt FDA (F.atal D.rugs A.llowed) government beaurocrats who allow all manner of toxic garbage in our food that is the REASON we are all fat and who "ban" anything that actually helps such as the Ephedra ban back in 2004. You could go to Walmat and purchase a bottle of Metabolife 356 Ma Huang Ephedra alkaloids for $20 and they worked WAY better than the crap they call Phentermine that you have to go to diet doctor or clinic and line up like cattle to be humiliated and then cough up $100 or more.
It's readily apparent to me that it's all about the $$$, not the patient. We should be able to take control of our own bodies and get ephedra or whatever we want without having to jump thru so many hoops but that's what happens when you're a nation under tyranny. Government takes control of your "health" for nefarious reasons.. The only thing that will follow is a scenario like Nazi Germany in the 1930s-40s.
Can I take phentermine and metronidazole together?
AskDocWeb: We were unable to find any published drug interaction listed for using Phentermine while on Metronidazole however, this does not necessarily mean that no interactions exist. ALWAYS consult with your doctor or pharmacist for the most current information.
I have been on Phentermine 37.5 for almost 3 weeks now. I stopped breastfeeding my twins and startd giving them formula but I have been pumping and dumping to keep my supply, even if just a little. My question is, if I want to take a break from the phentermine after 4 weeks, how long do I need to wait before I can breastfeed again? How long does the drug stay in your system after stopping? What is the best way to "wean" yourself? Thank you.
AskDocWeb: The half-life of Phentermine ranges from 16 to 31 hours, which means that most of it would be out of your system in 7 days. The most comfortable way to wean off of anything is to gradually reduce the amount you are taking over time. Talk to your doctor for specific instructions on how to do that.
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