Soooo.. next friday on the 16th i am supposed to start the 3 month program at my local weight loss clinic. I will be given B12 shots and Rx for phentermine every month. I have heard really wonderful things about the combination of the two drugs but my question is what happens to your body after you stop taking them? I mean at some point you have to stop right? Do you gain all the weight back? Does the weight only stay off while you are actively taking the meds? I dont want to have to take the pills and shots for the rest of my life.
Hi! Just wondering how your feeling with your B-12 shots & phentermine? I just received my 3rd shot of b-12 and I'm also taking the phentermine. I've lost about 12 lbs in six weeks. At first for maybe the first 3 or 4 days I had no appetite then after that I seemed to have it back. Then I started the B-12 shots 3 weeks ago for low B-12 level and ever since just haven't had any appetite at all. I get hungry then I do eat but otherwise no desire to. What has your experience been?
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