Topic: I have appt at weight loss clinic, with a BMI of 36 will the doctor prescribe me weight loss pills?
January 29, 2020 / By Jayde Question:
I go in tomorrow for blood work, urinalysis, and ECG. When my results come back I go in and speak with the doctor. I already know my BMI is 36 that means highly obese. But I am no sure if he will give me weight loss pills, even though it is a weight loss clinic. What kind of of weight loss pill could I expect to get? And about how much does a prescription cost?
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doctors wont prescribe weight loss pills. all they can do is insist that you go on a strict diet and work out.
Pills, for this sort of thing, is never the answer. Hard work is. I don't know what you've tried in the past, what's worked, and what hasn't. But, the main thing you need to remember is that whatever happens is on you. Whatever you decide to do, is what is going to happen. If you have the belief and the self confidence that you can lose the weight you want and need to, you will do so much better than if you rely on pills and surgery to do that for you. I lost over 150 lbs by reducing how much I ate, and figuring out WHY I was eating the way I was. I was over 300 pounds, and now I'm half that weight. No pills, no surgery, just a lot of hard work. It's hard, and can be emotionally painful, when you figure out why you eat the way you eat. But, it is SO worth it! It still gets hard sometimes, and I think that some will agree with me, that even though the weight has come off, you may still feel like you're at the weight you were when you started. Sometimes, when I look in the mirror, I don't see the 150 pound woman, I see the 340 pound woman, with no self esteem, no self confidence, and I cry. You can do this, I have faith in you. No matter how tough it gets, no matter how much you may want to give up and in, just don't. Stand tall, and keep in mind, that the road you are going down is going to get prettier and prettier, and easier and easier to walk down.