MAP??

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Hey Guys, heard quite a few of you mentioning MAP?

Don't mean to sound ignorant if it is something really obvious....but what is it? lol :oops:

Kerz :o xx

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    MAP is a helpline from Roche the manufacturers of Orlistat

    They are very helpful, will run through how the tablets work etc & answer any questions. They will phone you a few weeks later to see how you are getting on. It's well worth giving them a call.

    [b:19277701f8]Sorry but Patient Admin have removed an email address/telephone number from this posting, as it is the policy of Patient UK not to publish these on this forum. [/b:19277701f8]

    They will ask you to register and for that you will need to give them the batch number of the tablets you are taking - this is on the box that the medication is in!

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    I have replied with details, but it has to be approved by a moderator before they will show it.
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    Google Xenical MAP.. the number is on the website..

    I registed with them last week and received a book explaining Xenical, a food diary and a tape measure.

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    If you register with this site rather than being a guest then I can personal message the details to you.
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    The number is on a message posted here a couple if days ago - have a look

    KJ

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    If someone wants to post the web link & phone number here as well - I will approve it.
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    I would contact map as they are very helpful.

    0800 731 7138 :D :D :D

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