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Tips to reduce drastic obesity - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   what kind of questions are asked when someone comes in and ask to be put on diet pills
Doctor :   Hi
User :   hello what kind of exam is done when someone comes in to ask about being put on diet pills
Doctor :   Questions about the reason
Doctor :   for seeking such pills
User :   is there any blood work that gets done
Doctor :   May I know the reason?
User :   yes i am 5'2" i am 180.8 pounds my bmi is 33 i get this way by not eating rite i am ready to get back on the rite path
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   Then the other test or examination will be
Doctor :   Test to check body composition, quantity of fat
Doctor :   Basal metabo0lic rate
Doctor :   Screening for endocrine disorders
Doctor :   Diabetes
Doctor :   Hypertension
User :   i have lost 20 pounds but it took me 5 months to do i just need something to help jump start it more
Doctor :   That is fine
Doctor :   go slow & steady
Doctor :   dont try losing it too fast
User :   thanks for your help
Doctor :   its not good for your overall health
Doctor :   Thanks for consulting me. Bye for now. Please refer your friends to our service.
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