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43-year-old man loses 50 lbs in 4 months on phentermine plus Topamax (topiramate) - update
Wednesday, July 02, 2008 2:09 pm Email this article
Here is an update to a previous story of a 43-year-old man who had lost 44 pounds in three months on the experimental drug Qnexa, which is simply a combination of phentermine and Topamax (topriamate).
As of now, which is approximately 4 months, he has lost 50 pounds.
“Still going great!
“I am working at it and watching what I eat.
“[I am] riding about 4 days a week now during my lunch break.
“I [have lost] 50 pounds now and half way to my 100 pounds.
“I do believe the next 50 pounds are going to take 8 months to come off.
“I am not putting up the big numbers like before but for to see anything in the right direction is progress!”
Here was his story after 3 months on the drugs.His Story
His story : 43-year-old man loses 44 lbs in 3 months
“I am in the current study [ of Qnexa which is a combination of phentermine and Topamax (topriamate) ] and have lost 44 pounds in 3 months.”
“It is a double-blind study so I may be in the placebo group. Kinda doubt it.” [Comment from Larry Hobbs : I doubt it too.]
No side effects
“I have had no side effects that I have noticed and feel pretty good.”
“My goal is to lose 100 lbs in one year. I think I can make it.”
Starting weight 307 lbs
“I am a 43-years-old male and my starting weight was 307 lbs.”
Diet : 1800 calories per day
“My calorie intake is 1800 calories a day.”
Riding a bike 5 miles per day, twice a week
“I started riding a bike 5 miles twice a week about 3 weeks into the study. I didn’t want to change everything at once.”
“it looks real promising. It gave me the jump start and motivation to continue.”
Other articles on Qnexa (phentermine/Topamax)
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