I’m at the point in my life where I’ve tried several weight loss medications and had my share of success with weight loss. The problem has always been keeping the weight off once stopping the meds. To be blunt I’ve never had the will power to lose weight on my own; starting with Phen-Fen through Qsymia, I’ve always used medication to curb my appetite. I now believe without a behavior modification support plan in place, losing the weight is only half the battle, keeping it off is the other side of the coin. What are your thoughts and do you feel Contrave will be any different?
I haven't even thought that far because I have never gotten down to goal weight. :-( I read somewhere that Contrave is something that you stay on (for maintenance). Maybe in a lower dosage? However, I already feel my stomach shrinking because when sitting down to dinner I eat considerably less than I used to (before October when I started Contrave). *fingers crossed* that I continue losing and can keep it off.
- Contrave Information for Consumers
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- Side Effects of Contrave (detailed)
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