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Weight reduce in fibromyalgia and nuerocardiogenic syncope - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   if i have fibromyalgia and nuerocardiogenic syncope with POTS can i take alli?

Doctor :   Hi
User :   hello
Doctor :   what is your height and weight ?
User :   did you see my question
User :   5'2 162
Doctor :  
yes i saw your question
User :   ok
Doctor :   you are trying to reduce your weight by using alli right
User :   yes, im mostly worried about my tachycarida heart rate issues
Doctor :   XXXXXXXX increase the bowel movements and kind of diarrhea you might experience as well as gas formation

Doctor :  
this might slightly alter the heart rate which may be negligible
Doctor :   and as such there is no direct affect of this drug on the fibromyalgia or POTS
User :   so it would be ok to use? i have experienced blood clots in the past and outbreaks of herpes
Doctor :   yeah it can be used
Doctor :   the side effect like flatulence, increased bowel movements may be troublesome
Doctor :   otherwise it is fine to use the alli as weight loosing pill
User :   will it increase breakouts of herpes
Doctor :   herpes is unrelated to the weight loss pill
Doctor :  
there is no relation to it
User :   i know that... i mean because of the increased bowl movemnets
Doctor :  
User :   you sure dont talk like a doctor very concerning
Doctor :  
meaning ??
User :   i dont think your a doctor
Doctor :   you want to see my degree certificate
Doctor :  
i shall send it to you on your e mail
User :   fantastic
Doctor :   ??
User :   i would love for you to send it to me
Doctor :  
User :   ???
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