Has anyone used the Phentermine with the print that says K 25 and what were the results/side effects?
I just started taking Phentermine 2 weeks ago. 1st week I got some pills that worked really good and lost 6.5 pounds (white w/blue specks) I believe they were A 159, I was extremely thirsty and w/lil appetite. 2nd week I got different pills (blue w/dk blue specks) didn't read the # just figured would work ok but they didn't help much. This - 3rd week went back to first pharmacy that I used because I wanted to get the same pills that I got the first time but instead I was given Phentermine K 25 ???????
Not sure if these are going to work for me. HELP!!!
Hi, I've been on phentermine for 6 weeks now, the first 4 weeks I lost 12.5 poounds without even trying. The last 2 weeks I haven't lost anything but I noticed that I don't feel the energy surge I did with the first batch, no longer feel thirsty, or have the insomnia that I did...and I've lost nothing in the last 2 weeks! I was thinking that maybe I just hit a plateau but I said let me look online and see if there was anything being said about phentermine 504 and sure enough I have found quite a few comments that people are not feeling anything with these.. I think I'm going to call my doctor tomorrow and see if he will give me a new script from a different pharmacy. Are you having issues with this type or you are trying to sell them?
Hi there. I thought I would take a moment and share my experience with phentermine K25 ( got mine on www.holypharmacy.com/phentermine5.php )
My highest weight was 230lbs in June of 2004. I am 5'10" tall with a medium build. Obviously 230lbs was way to much even for being tall. I had a rip in my spinal column that was causing my right leg to go numb and I had serious lower back pain on a regular basis. My doctors knew that I had to lose the weight because it was pulling my lower back in further and causing more pain. My doctor put me on the highest dose of phentermine. For the first week I was so wound up I couldn't sleep but a few hours every night and that was from just being plain exhausted. I didn't do anything different with my eating patterns(they weren't very good at the time). I was still eating chips and drinking pop. I just found that I forgot all about eating. I had to remind myself to eat. Smelling food while driving by fast food restraunts didn't even catch my interest. Without changing any eating patterns I lost 25lbs. Soon I realized if I changed my eating patterns I could lose more a lot faster. So I started eating Healthy Choice meals and a better breakfast. By December of 2007 I had lost over 50lbs. Two months later in February of 2008 I started walking. My doctor took me off of the pills at that point because she felt that I was at a healthy weight, 180lbs. I still wanted to lose more weight so I started excercising a lot more by going to the gym and using the bike and doing Pilates. I have kept my weight at 175lbs(give or take a few) for over 16 months. I had tried every big fad diet in the last five years. The only drawback was that I had gotten constipated but that was a small price to pay! Phentermine has been the only thing that has worked for me. My sister started taking it two months ago and has lost over 30lbs. I hope you see the results that we have. Goodluck!
Adipex is alot more stronger then the generic k25 so paying the extra money over the generic is worth it... however for some people original Adipex may be so potent that the generic may do just fine.. i found that with adipex i had to take a day off from them because they just had me so weird in a 7 day week I'd go like one day off and one day inly half dose... so 5 days on then day 6 a half dose then day 7 off no dose just to give my body a rest.. and yes it works great i lost weight.. but you have to use the medicine to give you the will to eat right and count calories. .as in the past i felt the medicine would do all the work but i still ate ******... nope .. take the med. and with the med assisting use tgat will to change your diet and count calories thsts what finally worked for me ..take the meds but then follow up by changing your diet while you have the meds to help you do so... the meds by itself will only work temporarily..as for the generic k25 i find i gotta take them every day there not as strong and diminish by the end of the day.. my doctor said they are both the same meds but adepix uses a better binding agent that is i guess time released and absorbed more efficiently and the k25 just absorbs quickly and then at the end you have a crash like.. so i would go with the original adepix again careful they are strong if you sense you need a break tske day off please..listen to your body or half dose... if you cant afford adipex. . the generic k25 is good just not as steady but they are good..
i forgot to say that for me to claim adepix is strong is a big deal because i dont get weird easily ive always been big on caffiene and 5 hour energy drinks or Redbulls .all of which barely give me a tickle..i know not healthy ive since cut back that was my younger years..but yeah... so saying adipex is strong i mean it..
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