Hi,thanks for query.I am sorry but what ever drug you take you have to continue diet control.There is no drug in the world that let you eat what ever you want and still do not put on weight.There is a drug called orlistat ,it is available over the counter that you can take before meals.It helps in preventing absorption of fat from your diet and help you loose your weight.Though it is an otc drug still I will advise that your first talk to your doctor,understand possible effects and side effects and then take it.Diet and exercise is must for loosing weight,drugs only can help.bye.
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