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    jackie121 posted:
    I suffer with depression,anxiety and ibs and have to take a variety of medication for these conditions including bata blockers (Atenolol 50mg)and (sertraline 50mg).
    I desperately want to lose weight,but as alot of us know taking similar medication the will power and good intention go out the window when you are having a bad day.
    And alot of diet pills are not reccommended while taking above medication

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    Is the any diet pills that suppress my appetite,available i can take with beta blockers (atenolol and stertraline)anti depressant's?
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