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23 Feb 2003

Hi! there why some people who are on duramine can't sleep at night? and what is the right time to take duramine? or can you take duramine and one sleeping tables at night, only for short period ofcourse, this is just a suggestion anyway pls advice.
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01 Jan 0001

Dear Reader
Duromine can have a variety of side-effects (such as high blood pressure, central nervous system effects which may include psychoses and hallucinations, disturbances of the digestive and urinary tract, etc, etc), so if you are taking this appetite suppressant and experiencing side-effects then it may be a good idea to discontinue its use. The dosage is 1 capsule per day in the morning. It would be most dangerous to start using a sleeping tablet to counteract the effect of the Duromine as this could cause even more side-effects and interactions. It really is better to try and lose weight with a low-fat, high-fibre diet and exercise and to leave all these pills and potions alone.
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