Phentermine Success Stories

Carolyn's Success Story

Carolyn Morris | Cumberland City,TN USA
Already lost 64 pounds!
Nick name in the forums: Kay Morris
Starting Weight: 246 pounds August 2, 2016
Current Weight: 182 pounds January 19, 2017
Weight lost to date: 64 pounds January 19, 2017
Goal Weight: 145 pounds May 2, 2017
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March 29, 2014
240 pounds
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January 19, 2017
180 pounds
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October 23, 2016
205 pounds
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December 1, 2016
192 pounds

"I never had a weight problem until about 7 yrs ago when my skin decided it didn't like me. I developed psoriasis. Three yrs of steroid everything (pills, shots, creams, ointments) and 2 dermatologist later I was 195 pounds. In 2012 for day after day for 2 weeks I watched my brother die with cancer so I quit smoking. Packed on more weight. February 2016 I had at my annual physical 240 pounds."


A new lifestyle
What is the deciding factor that made you decide to change your lifestyle?
April 2016 I fell and broke my leg just below the knee, fractured my ankle and dislocated my knee. Added another 6 pounds. As the healing process began I could tell the difference. I had good days and bad days. I had heard about phentermine and started researching. I knew that I couldn't do that surgery thing. I sat down and talked to my husband about it. I told him that my body has had enough and if I didn't take the weight off I would be cripple within the next 5 yrs. My husband said "find out what you need to do and I will stand beside you". So I emailed my primary doctor begging him to help me and he recommended a weight loss clinic.
What was the most difficult adjustment to your new lifestyle?
Not being able to eat regular pasta and garlic bread on spaghetti night was hard for a while. We have friends over every weekend and cook a lot of food. The smell of all the different food is tempting. I had to give up my friends famous baked beans. I always made pies for our get togethers. Fudge pie, pecan pie, chess pie. If you don't know what a chess pie is (a lot of sugar and butter with egg). Hard not to eat some of the goodies.
What is the most rewarding part of your new lifestyle?
I have to say that the most rewarding is a combination of things. I feel better, my knees are screaming THANK YOU for getting the weight off, wearing cuter clothes and actually looking good in them, my husband is calling me sexy again.
Do you have any words of advice for the community?
Listen to your doctor and listen to your body. Make sure you tell your doctor if you have any side affects. Drink plenty of water, take a multivitamin, vitamin B complex, chromium picolinate. Get plenty of exercise and sleep. I have found that if I get plenty of exercise I don't have trouble sleeping. Don't get discouraged because you don't see the weight coming off. I couldn't see it for a while but everybody else could. Most of all do this for yourself because you are worth it.

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