QSYMIA BLOG: KIMSVISION
I tried Belviq for about 3 weeks. It messed up my stomach and gave me diahhrea, but I lost 7 pounds.
Switched to Qsymia a week later, and after 16 days, have lost 8 pounds with no side affects.
QSYMIA BLOG: MALUBULXI
As of today, which just so happens to be Thanksgiving, I am down 8 full pounds. One week ago today I started on Qsymia and my eating habits haven't changed all that much. I do find that I am starting to become hungry more. I eat and then I am hungry shortly later. My doctor tells me that because my metabolism was relatively sedate before, that it is now starting to return to normal levels on the first dosage of the drug and may continue to speed up as my dosage increases.
So, all I can say is so far so good. I have had no negative side effects during the trial dosage period. I will keep everyone posted as things progress.
QSYMIA BLOG: Nicole
Never having been one to believe in diets, seeing so many people fail miserably at them because of depriving themselves of things they are used to or love I have always been overweight, but then I hit my heaviest weight and looked terrible.
I have been taking Qsymia since July and to tell you the truth I absolutely LOVE it! The only side effect I have experienced is the dry mouth which is remedy by drinking more water and I also keep mints and gum handy. When I started I weighed 233 lbs (43 years old, 5'3" female), as of my doctor's visit today I weighed in at 193 lbs!
QSYMIA BLOG: KAXKIN
I have been taking Qsymia for 10 weeks and have lost 30 pounds. It has quieted the I am hungry voice I would so often hear not long after eating what I knew was a reasonable portion of food. I would suggest to the manufacturer that they get you through the 3.75 phase in a week rather than two weeks because it seemed to me that it was easier to adjust to the 3.7g mg than the 7.5 mg. I would strongly recommend this to anyone who has tried and failed at losing weight.
WOW.. . ARENA admits its "NOVEL" product Belviq is ineffective and can't compete with Qsymia so in a desperation move it will try combining the antiquated phen to make it effective.....too funny!
A quick patent search shows 83 patents issued to VIVUS.
Would you care to explain the discrepancy or should we just assume you are a half wit talking out his back side.
biogem, you are an imbecile.
Belviq better report way better than 5% script growth considering the current low level of scripts being sold.
OH! BTW corn dog, phen is already used in Qsymia.
These lawsuits were filed against the manufacturers for failing to warn users about these known risks.
Labeling changes now warn user of possible risk plus Qsymia has REMS in place.
I accept your challenge and bet you even money vvus closes positive today.
Any amount between 50K to 1 million will suffice.
Time to put up or shut TFU.
It is very possible that the quarterly revenues for Arena will be pretty close to the $1.3 million we saw with the first order. Next quarter we may see 100,000 bottles in the pipeline.
Adults and Pediatric Patients 10 Years and Older
The recommended dose for TOPAMAX® monotherapy in adults and pediatric patients 10 years of age and older is 400 mg/day in two divided doses.
Qsymia's recommended dose is 46mg. which is substantially less.
(and just look at the horrible pictures of their kids deformed faces)
Don't blame your ugly looking kids on Qsymia. They look just like you.
QSYMIA PATENTS LOSE MORE WEIGHT IN 28 WEEKS THAN BELVIQ PATENTS LOSE IN 2 YEARS.
In the study, patients completing 28 weeks of treatment on Qsymia 7.5 mg/46 mg and 15 mg/92 mg were able to reduce their weight by 11% and 12%, respectively