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breathing tic

Out of desperation to lose weight, I recently went to a doctor and he prescribed me the drug adipex (generic is phentermine). I took it for seven days with no negative side effects, had remarkable energy, and dropped 6lbs. However, I noticed on the 8th day that I had developed a breathing tic as well as a facial tic. I didn't think much of it at first, but by the end of the day, it had been exhausting trying not to give in to the tic and my chest and neck muscles were tired. I quit taking the phentermine right away, and the facial tick ceased within 48 hours, but I still have the breathing tic. Any ideas on what i can do to help get rid of this? I use a lot of homeopathic remedies so I could possibly have one here at home. Thanks in advance for any suggestions.
  mama4ever on 2010-08-14
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Please take Nux Vomica 30c thrice a day for only one day (not daily) and see whether it helps.
kadwa last decade
stop use of weight loss med and all such morbid approaches--and address this issue of overweightmess(?) homoeopathically-- as for alleviateing breathing tic--need to know what triggers--as wella s other conditions envolved with it--exactly what breathing tic means to you and appies to your particular case
John Stanton last decade
desperate--then pulsatilla --single dose 30c
John Stanton last decade

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