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Medicine to increase body weight without any side effect? Taking plenty of water daily

hi doctor i am 26 years old boy my weight is 60 kg now i am in cress body weight and mass on my body i am asking for you doctor you suggest me world best product with no side effects and no cortisone no use for hyper products no illness i am taking a water in the day 6 glass sleep in night 5 hours i need grow up my stamina
Asked On : Wed, 2 May 2012
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There are no magic drugs which are not steroids which will increase your body mass. It is not advisable to take steroids to increase your body weight. You should lead a healthy life in the form of daily exercise, eating high protein diet like eggs poultry, fish, milk, cheese, cottage cheese, legumes and some protein supplements in the form of protein powder. You can also go to gym as it will increase your muscle mass and make you feel hungry.
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