Hi, I am wanting to know if it is possible that duromine can have zero effect on someone.
I am 40 years old, 170cm tall, and my weight is 120kg. The doc tested me for thyroid, diabetes and other things, and I came back all clear.
The doctor prescribed me duromine 15mg.
I am now on week 3, I have not lost any weight, I do not feel any extra energy, I don't have insomnia, or dry mouth, and i still get hungry before meal times.
I wake up at 5am, take the tablet with breakfast, get ready, go to work. I am very active at work, walking 10 - 12 km a day. The other day, I actually fell asleep at about 10am, just sitting in a chair typing up a report. I eat lunch at 1pm, home by 4:30pm. 30 mins on the bike,Dinner at 5:30pm, and I am usually struggling to keep my eyes open by about 6:30pm.
Today i am on an RDO and after going out to the shops, and walking around the park (7km), I came home, had lunch, then fell asleep on the lounge and woke up at 5pm! I don't normally have naps like that.
I am wanting advise before returning to the doctor and getting another script next week.
Should I continue?
Is it possible that it just makes people sleepy?
Am I on the wrong dose?
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