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    LOOSING WEIGHT TOO FAST, NEED HELP!!!!
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    loosinweightquickly posted:
    I am 5'3" and weigh 88lbs....Can anyone tell me what medications I can request from my doctor that will not make me have rapid heartbeat? I feel I am dying a little bit everyday.....PLEASE HELP ME....
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    An_251177 responded:
    I have the same issue going on. loosing weight without trying to. I'm 45 years old, 5'5" and 120lbs. I suffer from severe depression. I am not aware that the antidepressant medication has played a huge part in appetite loss which resulted in the constant weight loss. I will be discussing medication changes with my family doctor asap. I don't like going through any of this which does add to the depressed state.


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