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Jerk doctors and their bs
Then later, obviously, I go back to them to tell that I won’t ever take Contrave sh*t because of all the reasons I mentioned earlier and I was talking about giving me something else. I was just about to get a script for phentermine (which is widely known to be one of the absolute best stuff for weight loss purposes) because one doctor was just about to write it for me, but then there’s the other doctor who is telling: ‘no, instead of that we should give her this’ and so they give me another crap called Belviq! And so I am going back to them and it is the answer: ‘oh, I am thinking that you should do the surgery’ but that’s taking in consideration that on my first visit it was ‘oh, you surely do not want to get through the surgery’. In fact, I can tell you that every single word about the surgery has been negative. I have then asked myself for the phentermine, not sure if it’s worth mentioning that it was, obviously, denied.
From as much as I could gather, they are promoting the Contrave sh*t and Belviq sh*t and not Phentermine. There is no wonder why I am having trust issues… how can you trust people when doctors (intelligent people, seemingly) are playing around with your life for their own profit. I honestly have a feeling like going to the doctors nowadays is like purchasing a lottery ticket. If you picked the wrong numbers then that’s your problem, but if you picked the lucky numbers you’re really lucky (with your 1 on a million doctor). They play with you for a profit margin, they should be put in jail for such stuff! And then, as soon as you cannot make any money then it is: oh… well, the surgery is fine now! Doctors are jerks and I’m tired of their bull sh*t! and I tell you guys: Contrave it is much dangerous than Phentermine and Desoxyn. And at very least, both Phentermine and Desoxyn are actually working, unlike Contrave and Belviq!
Well, desoxyn it is obviously only pharmaceutical meth. Therefore you are trying to say that you are a good candidate for meth. I mean… I can’t understand how did you conclude that you are such a good candidate for getting meth? Meth is never a good idea if you ask me and if you concluded that by JUST the fact that it has worked for your friend, trust me, that’s a very bad conclusion. I don’t know how your friend ended up being scripted meth for losing weight (if she ever got scripted) but most importantly is.. did you really think that a doctor would ever actually give you a script for meth in order to lose weight these days in the US? I mean… c’mon… they don’t give even with people that have really big sufferings, not to mention to people with extra weight. We are in 2017 and we’re talking about the US where absolutely every scripted pill is controlled, monitored and written down where it went. And in addition to that, comparing the Desoxyn to the phentermine it is pretty much as if you are comparing a nuclear bomb with a petard so please, don’t do this mistake.
so, not so long ago I have been at my doctor’s office and I have discussed with him about everything in regards to my weight loss issues, I have explained my situation and everything else. I should say that I am a very good candidate for the drug named Desoxyn (which, this drug IS covered by my insurance) and plus to that, there is one of my friends who has used this in order to lose weight and it has worked amazingly well for her, so I do have confidence that this is a good stuff and that AT LEAST it stands some chances that it will work for me too.
And at very least, both Phentermine and Desoxyn are actually working, unlike Contrave and Belviq!
Another thing I must mention here is that both of them have straight up claimed (or admitted) that they are not really willing to change their diet or work out before the pills so naturally as soon as they have ran out of those pills, the weight they have lost has returned back quite fast.
Also, exactly as Weatherly has mentioned earlier in his post, such stuff as for example desoxyn it is pretty much as pharm meth… and as he said, that doesn’t sound a good idea to take such things for losing weight… you are pretty much playing with fire attempting to use such a thing. Agree with you OP that you might very well lose weight, most likely you will, however you might also have permanent mental issues and then again, chances that you will are also high. I would say that it would be very benefic for you to re consider your choices/ methods of losing weight.
I do agree with you that there are chances in which I risk to end up with mental problems, but let’s not forget that for ending up with such problems you have to take quite some big doses and to take it for a prolonged period of time. It all greatly depends on the dose and, of course, how carefully you are attempting to do it all. If you do it all correctly, you should be all fine. plus, the doses needed for losing weight are far less than the doses needed to start having those issues. I said about my friend because as I stated above, she has used it and she has had very good results and as much as you can understand, she doesn’t have any problems like that. It is because she has been carefully using it and on proper doses. Those problems happen when you lust for more and for achieving immediate results which I perfectly understand that this is impossible to happen and therefore you are taking unbelievable big doses for achieving it faster. I definitely don’t want this to do myself as I perfectly learned about the risks, doses etc.
and one more thing I must say… for whatever it is worth it… I have definitely not been comparing desoxyn to phentermine as I know very well what’s the difference between the 2, however I just said that they are both working well.
On the fact that the brain is very important… I definitely agree with this and I do know very well that I really have to push myself to become more active, but you know, when you have a bit of support in the beginning when it is the worst time, that would be really pleasant. And I hated a lot that my doctor tried to push weight loss surgery on me. And I haven’t taken it all as rudeness or something, I know what you were trying to say, but don’t forget that the coin always has 2 sides.