Our expert says:
Thank you for your kind words - it is a pleasure to try and assist you. Let's attempt to answer all these questions:
1) The advice I gave you about taking such a lot of supplements was to put you in the current picture regarding overuse of vitamin supplements. If you decide to continue taking them, that is your decision.
2) I cannot comment on the use of Femoline because I am not a gynaecologist - you could ask GynaeDoc about this.
3) I have discussed the use of Nutrideen with a Dermatologist and he said that there is no proof that this supplement helps for skin conditions. Perhaps it would be a good idea to consult a Dermatologist about your skin?
4)Diotroxin and Eltroxin are both thyroid hormone replacement products, so if the dr has advised that you need to take one of them for the rest of your life then that is what you need to do. The use of Diotroxin or Eltroxin would help to keep your weight down, not increase it.
5) Regarding your other chronic medications like Brexecam, Cilift 20 mg and Trepiline - I cannot make recommendations about them because I am not a medical dr and I would advise that you discuss the use, the dosage and the need for them with the dr who has prescribed these meds for you.
6) You can try using an energy-reduced, low-fat, high-fibre diet (click on 'Diet' at the top of this page, 'Weight loss', ‘Balanced diet’ and then on 'Slimming Diet' for a copy of such a diet) to see if you can start losing weight. Combine the diet with your exercise. The latter is an essential part of your weight loss regimen and it can also help to stimulate your metabolism, so make sure you do an hour at least every second day.
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