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Postby BedokAmerican » Mon, 14 Oct 2013 1:51 pm

I see nobody's replied so I will.

When I saw your post, I looked up Reductil online. When I saw it, my eyes perked up. I'm not obese and haven't tried diet drugs, but would like to drop about 2 kg before my upcoming birthday.

But after reading more about Reductil being discontinued and pulled from the market in many countries, that should raise red flags. Heck, it was banned in Mexico! So something was definitely wrong. I say that because you can buy almost any prescription drug off the shelf in Mexico.

Reductil might work but it's dangerous. You say you only took it 5 months so you might be ok, but the long-term effects are probably a different story. You might want to consider seeing a doctor here in Singapore and explain your situation and see what he/she recommends.

Otherwise, the best thing to do is probably drop weight the old-fashioned way: East less and exercise more. Keeping a food diary, either electronically or on a piece of paper, really helps. I need to start doing that today.

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Postby sundaymorningstaple » Mon, 14 Oct 2013 2:01 pm

Cut out the four killer white starches and cut out or cut down on salt and sugar. Stop any soft drinks or alcohols. Inside of 4 weeks you will have lost probably 2 to 3 kg.

Four killer starches: Rice, Pasta, Potatoes & bread.

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Re: Reductil in Singapore

Postby taxico » Tue, 15 Oct 2013 11:02 pm

liloo_lyl wrote:Hi!

I'm obese since last 7 years and I'm in search of generic reductil pills.
I have tried many products but Reductil is the only effective in my case.

I used it in 2010 for 5 months and lost 20kg. Then it disappeared and I could not buy it any more.
I know there are some online pharmacies that sell generic Reductil but really don't know which one to trust.

Any advice or recommendations would be much appreciated.

DO NOT order any products containing sibutramine, especially over the internet.

there is no "substitute" for it at the moment, so there's no need to look for one.

don't mess about with your health.

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