My name is Lydia. I started taking phentermine last week and took my first shot of b12 which imma start taking once a month. Well i've been watchin my weight. I exercise almst 7 days a week for 2 hrs sometimes. And been watching my calories and eating healthy and less. I took in the bad habit to weight myself each time after the gym. My weight started at 218 and it dropped to 208 in 2days but each time i weight myself my weight goes up and down. Is that normal? I feel like im doing everything im suppose to do and i get discourage when I lose a few pounds and check again and see that it went up, well not back up to 218 but i feel llike im doing something wrong.
Hello everyone ! I have been on phentermine for 2months and I havent lost any weight ! Iam 55 and going through menopause , this week I will get a b12 shot to see if it will help , is there anyone else experiencing no weight loss ?
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