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KTeacherNC 05-21-2010 04:08 PM

Which AS are you taking? and How much?
 
I feel like I'm still hungry frequently. Not so much in the mornings, but definitely mid afternoon and evening. Just wondering what you guys are taking and how much? I saw someone post that they can't even think of looking at food. I'm definitely feeling the opposite-it's still a struggle to look at food. (yes sometimes it is mental, but often I'm actually hungry.) I'm definitely eating more than 500 calories.

eptexy 05-21-2010 04:53 PM

You should talk to your clinic about that and they can reassess your meds. I ended up taking 1 1/2 in the afternoon (my hungry time) and less in the morning. Worked vey well for me.

lins 05-21-2010 08:11 PM

I take the one a day, at the lowest dose. I don't take it until 10 or 11 in the morning so taht it works all the way until I go to bed. I'm not usually hungry in the morning, so it's not a problem to hold off on taking it, and I still sleep fine at night. Maybe you could try taking it later in the day.

I am hungry every once in awhile, but not so much that it makes me eat more. I don't mind be a tiny bit hungry from time to time. But my doctor told me that if I ever get so hungry that I have a hard time not giving into my cravings then they would adjust my dosage. So talk to your clinic.

suzanna1 05-22-2010 01:19 PM

I took phendimetrazine. After the first 3 weeks, I went from 3 - 35mg pills a day to 4. I took the last 2 around 3:30/4:00 in the afternoon to keep the afternoon hunger at bay.

Ortal 05-22-2010 01:27 PM

i also take phendimetrazine. I have a subscription for 3 a day but I usually only take 2 because if I take it too late I dont sleep. It really helps.

Desert-Rose7 05-23-2010 10:43 AM

This truly is a question best answered by the doc/NP at your clinic as they are the most familiar with you personally. JMHO

Jo

KTeacherNC 05-23-2010 11:25 AM

Thanks so much for your responses! :)


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