Victoza and Duromine versus insulin resistance and obesity
Published by Ronelle le Roux . Views: 57
This is day 5:
I was naughty. My regular GP prescribed Victoza with a repeat about two months ago, as I am insulin resistant and apparently it helps with weight loss. It is a insulin pen (injection). I used 0,6 mg per day and could not afford to use more as it is very expensive. I lost nothing. I then decided to go to another GP who does not know me. I told her that I want to lose weight and I want a Duromine prescription for that. As mentioned in my previous blog, she was not very willing, but she complied. I started the Duromine and realised I am still a bit hungry, though my cravings were much less. After a lot of thought, I went and got Victoza again and am now taking it with the Duromine. Since then I have not desire to eat at all, and I have lost 1,7 kg in four days. I have not discussed this with my regular GP as she is also dead set against Duromine. So far I had very little side effects. So, currently I am using 15mg Duromine, 500mg Glucophage and 0,6ml Victoza. I am a bit under the weather due to an ear and throat infection, but I am quite curious to check my energy levels when I am well again. At this stage I don't have much energy, but that might be because of the infection. Also did not start exercising yet, but I cleaned house and that is exercise enough, thank you very much. I am only going to use the combination of Victoza and Duromine for a month and then carry on with the Duromine. I check my blood pressure three times per day, and so far it is lower than usual. My blood pressure meds are Indapamide and Twynsta. Can't wait to get rid of this weight and be meds free!!
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