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Re: I AM GRATEFUL for Effexor!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted by Cindy S. G. on January 5, 2005, at 13:13:28

In reply to Re: I AM GRATEFUL for Effexor!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Cindy S. G., posted by corafree on January 5, 2005, at 13:05:12

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Cindy C. G.:
> Am I the only one who has experienced weight loss? I only wish I could gain a few pounds. I don't even like the thought of eating. I sort of feel like crying if pulling a pan from the cupboard to the stove. I actually feel sad when I eat? Sorry if this doesn't answer your question exactly. I am 150, recently down from 225, for four months, THIS TIME. Took on and off in the past, I think like you, but nothing else worked. Guess I'm asking for help too, but more so for my non-eating problem. Beginning to look like a skeleton, 5'4" and 104 lbs!!!! cf

Hello cf...I was just responding to your previous post and letting you know how the effexor is affecting me. I have only lost about 10 lbs since being on the meds. I need to lose a lot more. I was just letting people know that it does affect different people, different ways. Most people say it makes you gain weight. I feel the same as you though, I don't even want to eat. I will go all day without eating a thing and someone mentions dinner and I am like... Oh yeah.. I haven't eaten today. I guess I better eat something. My metabolism is very slow and it doesn't help any when I am not feeding my body the energy it needs. I am overweight, so it doesn't hurt me to lose weight. I need to. Take care... Cindy




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