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23 Mar

Weight loss programme
Please advise the side effects and possible damage of the following medications prescribed by a doctor for a weight loss programme. Please note that this is solely for weight loss with no other underlying medical conditions. Daily dose of Duromine (15mg) (replacement for ReliSlim which was used for 6 months); Topalex (topiramate); Spiroctin (Spironolactone) (25mg); Aspavor (Atorvastatin)(10mg); Euthyrox (100mcg) and Nuzak (20mg). This daily combination has been taken for 8 months. In addition, Mybulen and Sinutab Extra Strength are taken regularly. Approximately 750ml red wine consumed each evening. Is this combination dangerous and should there be cause for concern??
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The Dietitians

07 Apr

Hi 

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