I was on phentermine and lost 30 lbs, but am having trouble obtaining it now without paying two handfuls of money! I found online a generic form (supposedly) of phentermine, called fastin. I am researching it, though, trying to see if they are comparable as far as effect. I don't want to put this in my body w/out knowing if I can expect the same thing as I did with the phen. (Actually, I was prescribed Adipex through my pharmacy when I took my script there, so I know Adipex is very comparable to the real phentermine!) Anyone tried Fastin? Any luck? Thank you!!
I have never found anything that worked nearly the same as phentermine or adipex does overall. The fastin, as I have known used to be a form of phentermine, but if you are talking about the stuff you can buy at GNC nutritional stores, I do not see how that stuff can compare to phentermine at all. I searched and have tried lots of stuff and eventually went right back to phentermine because overall that works the best. Good Luck to you.
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