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I have been using Phentermine for 6 days now and have lost 8lbs. I have used this before about 5 years ago. I was 260lbs then and got down to 190lbs in 7 weeks. I love this medicine. Just very nervous, when I stop taking it the cravings will begin again. Currently, I am taking phentermine one hour before breakfast, eating a salad for breakfast (no fast food salad - they have a lot of calories, I am making my own), for lunch I eat a salad and for dinner I steam fresh veggies and grill chops, chicken, steak, and even eat crabs and shrimp (of course not all together). I drink water all day, almost 16oz every hour, which is a big contributor to the weight loss, but I have always been an advocate for water, I never drink crystal light or diet sodas.
I was 221 when I began taking Phentermine and I was at a loss, I just couldnt lower my calories enough. I started to take it and I didn't like it much at first. I felt jittery and my eye would twitch. I love diet soda and when I'd drink some while on it, I'd go through a bad anxiety/depression. I wasn't taking it daily and I was feeling too weird to really get serious about dieting the first month. Id even go off on the weekends. The following month, I decided to get serious, and I nixed the diet soda. I ate about 1550 calories per day and later began adding in exercise. I lost 17 lbs in the two months I took phen. Now when I stop taking it for a week, I am able to keep my calories low because my stomach has shrunk and I know that I need to use my calories in a more useful way. I fill up on veggies and fruit and make everything else a secondary, as it should be. I don't go overboard trying to do 1200 calories per day. I'm still doing roughly 1550 and exercising but I make good choices. I know this is
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