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Hi all, I got my tablets tonight so I'm starting them in the morning. I'm currently 16st and very excited/nervous to start them! Would love any tips etc as I've heard about the whole pooping situation...

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    Its not so much pooping but thas an orange oil if u eat fatty foods, stick to the rules and im sure u will b fine, it takes upto 3 days after eating to get the side effects, i wore panty liners incase of accidents at first but no need now its fine xxxx
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    Hi  and welcome to the forum Malissa :-)

    Check out our member Britney, she has a blog which you will find really useful as a newbie.

    Daisy x

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    welcome melissa.im new too.its ok if you stick by it.just take care on fat intake.you will be fine.ive got in jeans that i couldnt get over my bum today.its not going to happen over night.i want instant weight loss lol.i wish.good luck.you will do it.i look at it like this. a friend of mine takes anti booze.if he drinks he gets sick as a dog.orlistate is my anti fat.if i go mad and eat wrong food i get the trots.it stops me from being naughty lol.
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    Hi Melissa, started about 12 weeks ago, and lost two stone, 2 pounds to date, basically check fat content of what you are eating, don't put more than 15 gms of fat in, and you'll be fine, the toilet problems happen when you eat to much fat, however this is a good cue to how you shouldn't be eating, do at least 30 mins of excercise, and take a multi vitamin, it falls off you. If you eat as you normally did, you won't lose.  My diet consists of fruit, muller yoghurts, chicken, salads and plenty of veg. Haven't eaten bread, potatoes, butter at all, happy losing..
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