How can I get Plegine?
I'm from Italy I can't find a website to buy plegine, could anyone help me somehow?
Asked by Angelia Sysyn 2 years ago.
Phendimetrazine is the generic name of Plegine and is prescribed by physicians (or weight clinics like "Pound Melters") in two different forms. There is the short acting form that comes in 35mg tablets that are taken two to three times per day, or the long acting 105mg capsule that has a time release property and is usually only taken once per day. I don't think you should attempt buying online since you would not have medical monitoring and you would have no way of knowing if it was authentic or not. Plus there is the whole illegal thing...If seeing your regular doctor is an issue, look in the yellow pages under "weight loss" and call around to different clinics. In California, the clinics all require a monthly weight & blood pressure check and cost about $90-$110/month (medications included). If you decide to go to a clinic, be sure and tell your regular Dr about the new meds. Answered by Issac Fager 2 years ago.
Anyone else taking Plegine/Diet Pill?
I just started taking Plegine/Phendimetrazine and was wondering if anyone else is taking it as well. I would like to know what side effects you had and how your doing on it?
Asked by Cami Stapel 2 years ago.
I have never heard of that one try Lipo-6 Answered by Stephenie Coplan 2 years ago.
Can I take lexapro with my plegine (diet pill)?
Asked by Chanda Giannakopoulo 2 years ago.
ask a pharmacist, they can tell you. Answered by Lou Burlew 2 years ago.
Can someone tell me what all these pills are for and how you say the names?
Vicodin Apipex Ionamin Plegine Flavoxate HCL Please tell me how to pronounce them and what they are used for. Any help is appreciated. Thanks. :)
Asked by Lizzie Hiske 2 years ago.
Vicodin (Vie-Co-Den) is an analgesic or pain reliever. Adipex (A-dip-Ex) is an appetite suppressant Ionamin (Eye-Own-A-Min) is also an appetite suppressant Plegine (Plea-Gine) is a weight loss medication FlavoxateHCL (Flave-Ox-A-Tate) is a muscle relaxer used in treating overactive bladder Answered by Lila Collingwood 2 years ago.
I guess someone will have a very relaxed weekend. Answered by Vickey Dietel 2 years ago.
Can you get high off these pills?
Plegine T and Zyrtec or any other kind of allergy med. I'm curious because I have a teenage daughter who tends to get into my pills from time to time like my Somas I had for my back. I want to be able to leave out her Zyrtec and other meds without having to monitoring her pill intake.
Asked by Ta Baig 2 years ago.
You need to keep your medications under lockdown, and give her a very unpleasant punishment for taking YOUR medication. That is the first step in addiction, stealing medication from other people. Your daughter is going down a very dangerous path unless you take serious steps to make her understand that her actions have very serious consequences. Answered by Burton Preza 2 years ago.
You can't get high off of allergy meds. Your Somas should be for you and only you. If she were my daughter I'd beat her silly for taking them. The pills your doctor gives you will effect your teenage daughter differently, and the effects could be detrimental to her health. Keep those under lock and key, and have a separate cabinet for her things. You should talk to her, however, and let her know the side effects of over dosing on allergy medications, as some of them raise your heart rate and, while it's unlikely, if she's mixing meds behind your back, could lead to heart attacks or other silent heart problems. Answered by Breanna Bryer 2 years ago.
Naproxen is the same thing as Aleve, an NSAID, it will not get you high of any kind, but if you take too much you can destroy your liver and or kidneys. Answered by Gayle Chinetti 2 years ago.
Phendimetrazine help plz?
My doctor gave me prescription for phendimetrazine n he told me to take it at 7 i'n the morning and 3 i'n the afternoon and I was wondering how does it work because I still feel kind of hungry because I haven't ate nothing yet how long does it takes for it to work n how great where tour results?
Asked by Diana Rocca 2 years ago.
Phendimetrazine (generic name) Bontril, Adipost, Anorex-SR, Appecon, Melfiat, Obezine, Phendiet, Plegine, Prelu-2, Statobex (brand name) is a stimulant drug of the morpholine chemical class used as an appetite suppressant. It is used as a short-term supplement to diet and exercise in the treatment of obesity. Answered by Jesusa Chomali 2 years ago.
I have to take a drug test and am on prescribed medicine?
My P.O. has me scared to death. She thinks she is God on earth or something. She keeps threatening me with jail. I haven't done anythingwrong. Who can I call to see if she has the authority to override a doctor. She is telling me she can!!!! I really need to know who to call.
Asked by Jere Camancho 2 years ago.
as long as you have a written RX from a doctor for you - you will be okay....and as long you are taking them in order as prescribed....do not take any medicines outside of RX...its not worth the risk.....you can google drug testing and get info (literally google how long do drugs stay in my system) and you should be able to get info....just do the right thing and you shouldn't have anything to worry about... Answered by Dannette Tobosa 2 years ago.
If it is prescribed to you I don't see the problem. You'll have a doctor to back you up. Your probation officer has no right to tell your doctor how to treat you. Answered by Maire Kolarik 2 years ago.
your probation officer cant tell you you cant take prescribed pain killers. just show him proof that you have a prescription, and tell him to call your doctor for confirmation... Answered by Elaina Jernejcic 2 years ago.
the hydro 48-72 hours. And be careful!! When they say none they mean none! You could have told your health care provider, they now have non narcotic pain reliever Answered by Barb Ambrister 2 years ago.
If your on celexa (the medication)......?
is there anything that your not supposed to combine with it? (like vitamins, certain foods, caffeine, anything?!)
Asked by Tyesha Tuck 2 years ago.
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tranylcypromine Answered by Marcelino Dorazio 2 years ago.
There are no side effects at all. I have gone off of it several times and had no issues, although if you do decide to go back on, all that headache and stuff will come back. If the issue is not being able to pay for them I would like to suggest that i am taking a generic version of celexa called citralopram that only costs 20 dollars for 30 pills at 40mg. I hope i helped you, Answered by Bernardina Mccaul 2 years ago.
Tramahexal Sr 100 Answered by Jason Kneifl 2 years ago.