my girl friend is addicted to script meds and buying on line perc 10mg zanax .5mg and fiorcet w codiene 40 mg of coarce she doesnt have a problem in 30 days 90 val 100 perc and 90 fiorcet in a year and a half she has lost 50 lbs the doctors sent her for all the usual tests but are neg I dont think they did a tox she is dying before me and I'm helpless she is a chronic abuser nothing wrong with her and can convince family
I personally didnt lose any weight off of these drugs, & never really needed to, but after taking methadone for many years is when I lost weight, & I lost it really fast, so now Im trying to gain a few pounds. This could be associated with depression or many other things, if shes a addict who is using, their could be many things you may or may not be aware of.
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