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It *was* 46kgs! But the lockdowns were so hard to navigate I ended up putting back on 10kgs. My exercise regime was 3 times cardio and 2 weight sessions per week with a PT. Started back on that routine last week (with everything reopening) so hoping to lose that 10kgs again quickly.

I just take the generic brand, still haven't had a wink of sleep
Hmm, I wish you get your dream body asap.:sun:
Did you read this thread about insomnia on Duromine?
 
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Newbie here. I am so desperate to lose weight but do not have the nerve to ask for a duromine prescription. How do I buy it without prescription? Is that even possible?
 
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Ha! yeah see a dietician which i have and I can't stick to the strict regime at all. It was so depressing she went through all the medical interventions and punctuated them all by saying "but I am not going to prescribe that for you. I am 170cm and 94 kg I want to lose 20kg or 15kg. Anyway I bought the Duromine here and got it today so am going to start. I am also replacing one meal a day with a shake and going to the gym again.
I too have been through this and it is so disheartening! I bought my first Bach off here too and I am so excited to get it as I have had it before. May I ask who you bought it off and how long it took? I’m wondering how long it will take to get to Melbourne once dispatched
 
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Newbie here. I am so desperate to lose weight but do not have the nerve to ask for a duromine prescription. How do I buy it without prescription? Is that even possible?
Hi cydieesae,

First of all, welcome to our beloved forum! :party: You can find a very supportive community here and you can start losing weight easier with us.:sun:

I always recommend our users to go to a doctor to get a Duromine prescription. As an alternative, you can also order Duromine and other weight loss products from our proven sellers here: https://nevergiveupteam.com/community/forums/buy-duromine-from-proven-sellers.104/.

To get full access to the Marketplace, please upgrade your account to Premium: https://nevergiveupteam.com/community/account/upgrades

Should you have any questions, please PM me. I'll be happy to help :kissing_heart::kissing_heart:
 
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Hi All. My name is Kay and I’d like to know where I can buy Duromines in South Africa
 
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Hi All. My name is Kay and I’d like to know where I can buy Duromines in South Africa
Hi khanyam,

Welcome to our family! :party::heart:
On the NeverGiveUpTeam forum, you can find proven Duromine sellers from Australia, Europe, Asia, and South Africa.
Some of the sellers offer worldwide shipping.

To get full access to the Marketplace, I recommend you upgrade your account to Premium. You can find more details here: https://nevergiveupteam.com/buy-duromine/.

Should you have any questions, feel free to send me a PM.

Hugs,
April
 
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Hello Family,

Spark here living in Australia and an Indian background. My doctor prescribed me Duromine 30 gm, and I finally started today, I am not much of a fan to pop in pills to loose weight, but I have come to a point of desperation to loose weight which doesn't seem to budge at all. I started off at 82 a year before last and somehow came down to 73., But the low carb diet I followed isn't too friendly and its hard for me to maintain consistently mainly because its just me in my family and with 2 growing kids and working full time, It just became difficult to follow that diet. Dropped that plan.

It becomes very difficult for me to maintain a diet which is restricted to certain type of foods which are basically staple in Indian culture like rice, wheat, lentils and pulses. cooking 2 separate foods is just too much for me. So I have finally resorted to Duromine.

To start with the stats.

CW - 76kg
Height - 157cm ( 5 foot 4)
GW - 60kg
But my first goal weight would be hitting 70 to begin with.

Another thing I am worrying about is how and what should be my strategy post duromine......

Thanks for reading.

Any Advice is welcome and most appreciated.
 
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Hello Family,

Spark here living in Australia and an Indian background. My doctor prescribed me Duromine 30 gm, and I finally started today, I am not much of a fan to pop in pills to loose weight, but I have come to a point of desperation to loose weight which doesn't seem to budge at all. I started off at 82 a year before last and somehow came down to 73., But the low carb diet I followed isn't too friendly and its hard for me to maintain consistently mainly because its just me in my family and with 2 growing kids and working full time, It just became difficult to follow that diet. Dropped that plan.

It becomes very difficult for me to maintain a diet which is restricted to certain type of foods which are basically staple in Indian culture like rice, wheat, lentils and pulses. cooking 2 separate foods is just too much for me. So I have finally resorted to Duromine.

To start with the stats.

CW - 76kg
Height - 157cm ( 5 foot 4)
GW - 60kg
But my first goal weight would be hitting 70 to begin with.

Another thing I am worrying about is how and what should be my strategy post duromine......

Thanks for reading.

Any Advice is welcome and most appreciated.
Hi Spark,

Congrats on starting your weight loss journey! I hope you achieve your GW fast and easily.

The main difference between a low-carb diet and Duromine is that on Duromine, you don't feel so much hunger. The pills have stunning appetite suppressant properties. You eat less and lose weight. If you want to know how to get the best results with Duromine, you can read this article: https://nevergiveupteam.com/blog/how-to-lose-weight-fast-on-duromine/.

However, don't forget that Duromine is not a magic pill. You'll need to make some life changes. To keep the weight after Duromine, I'd recommend you add more physical activity and drink a glass of water 20 minutes before meals. From my side, I can tell that I almost stopped drinking alcohol because it always made me eat more, and more, and more :blush:
 
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Hi Spark,

Congrats on starting your weight loss journey! I hope you achieve your GW fast and easily.

The main difference between a low-carb diet and Duromine is that on Duromine, you don't feel so much hunger. The pills have stunning appetite suppressant properties. You eat less and lose weight. If you want to know how to get the best results with Duromine, you can read this article: https://nevergiveupteam.com/blog/how-to-lose-weight-fast-on-duromine/.

However, don't forget that Duromine is not a magic pill. You'll need to make some life changes. To keep the weight after Duromine, I'd recommend you add more physical activity and drink a glass of water 20 minutes before meals. From my side, I can tell that I almost stopped drinking alcohol because it always made me eat more, and more, and more :blush:
Hi April,

Thanks for replying, I count on advices / experiences from people here. Yesterday was my first day of taking Duromine. Felt lightheaded all morning. Night was crap. I love sleep and yesterday I was awake until after 2 maybe after that. I might have slept sometime early morning.

I also had appointment with myDoc., All he has advised me is not eating deep fried items, and meat with skin. I asked him if its okay to eat rice, and he said is to eat in reduced quantity and 1 hour walk.

After a sleepless night I was skeptical of taking Duromine today but took it anyway., I really hope to be able to sleep better tonight, as my work involves staring at the computer and tired eyes are not good for this type of work.
 
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Hi April,

Thanks for replying, I count on advices / experiences from people here. Yesterday was my first day of taking Duromine. Felt lightheaded all morning. Night was crap. I love sleep and yesterday I was awake until after 2 maybe after that. I might have slept sometime early morning.

I also had appointment with myDoc., All he has advised me is not eating deep fried items, and meat with skin. I asked him if its okay to eat rice, and he said is to eat in reduced quantity and 1 hour walk.

After a sleepless night I was skeptical of taking Duromine today but took it anyway., I really hope to be able to sleep better tonight, as my work involves staring at the computer and tired eyes are not good for this type of work.
How is it going now?
Are you still taking Duromine? How is your sleep?
 
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How is it going now?
Are you still taking Duromine? How is your sleep?
I took first day and didn't sleep half the night. Second day I wasn't so sure,took it anyways but was able to sleep somewhat ok. Third day I didn't take duromine. I saw the scale move some 400 gms., and had a good night sleep. Today is my fourth day took it early morning around 6:30ish. Let's see., if I am able to sleep today.


I wish to ask I got my blood reports the other day and looks like it is sub clinical hypothyroidism. My thyroid antibodies are 930.0 (it should be 0.0 -5.0). I keep thinking, am I on a right path. What do ya say?
 
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I took first day and didn't sleep half the night. Second day I wasn't so sure,took it anyways but was able to sleep somewhat ok. Third day I didn't take duromine. I saw the scale move some 400 gms., and had a good night sleep. Today is my fourth day took it early morning around 6:30ish. Let's see., if I am able to sleep today.


I wish to ask I got my blood reports the other day and looks like it is sub clinical hypothyroidism. My thyroid antibodies are 930.0 (it should be 0.0 -5.0). I keep thinking, am I on a right path. What do ya say?
First of all, I'd like to say to you: 'Congratulations on the first results!':party:
Hypothyroidism can slow down your weight loss. I'd recommend you consult your doctor. Most probably, he'll prescribe you additional tests and adjust your Duromine treatment.

Please keep us posted :kissing_heart:
 
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