orlistat and alcohol?

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I am starting orlistat after the weekend and am wonderin if anybody knowd how it

reacts wiv alcohol?i drink beer so not the best rolleyes

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    It's hard to say. I get the runs after a night of alcohol anyway so I never could (a few glasses maybe). You might be fine.

    There's no father in beer is there? I was sure the calories came from the alcohol and the sugars. Might be wrong. Just don't succumb to that ke ab at the end of the night, then you'll be up a creek...

    Have a good time smile

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    Ill just try not over do the alcohol then n c wt happens lol

    thank u smile

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    You know I meant 'fat' not 'father' don't you? New phone.
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    Yes i guessed u ment fat smile
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    HI, just starting on the orlistat, worried about xmas do... it is a few weeks away but if I don't take the tablets on that day will I be OK or does it take a few days for the tablets to stop working effectively? Concerned as eating out, meal already booked and obviously a few drinks will be enjoyed, just want to make sure I can still have the meal I have ordered? Hope you are still on the tablets and the progress has been going well

    x

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    HI, just starting on the orlistat, worried about xmas do... it is a few weeks away but if I don't take the tablets on that day will I be OK or does it take a few days for the tablets to stop working effectively? Concerned as eating out, meal already booked and obviously a few drinks will be enjoyed, just want to make sure I can still have the meal I have ordered? Hope you are still on the tablets and the progress has been going well

    x

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