Orlistat weight loss

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I have been taking Orlistat for just over a month and am due to be weighed for the first time tomorrow. I have lost half a stone, is this good or bad?

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    Any weightloss is GOOD weight loss and half a stone in 4 weeks is very good

    Britney

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    Thanks Britney! I must confess I am not a massive eater of fat. Only 2.5 more stones before I am at a healthy range although the top end of it.
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    Hi I. Lost 7lbs in 5 weeks so you have done better than me I don't think I was having enough fat sort of cut it out all together so what I have lost apparently I have done on my own I've added a little fat now so keeping everything crossed I think you have done well good luck xx mags
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    I don't have a lot of fat in my diet at all, I have not had any of these horrid side effects everyone else talks about but nor have I had dramatic weight loss. I think I posted for advice really as I am not sure I am doing this right at all!
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    Thanks Donna, well I guess we both lost weight which is a plus. Have just been calculating properly when I started and it's actually been 28 days. I have been away on holiday in that time so have not been dieting too strictly. Hopefully now I am back and can get on it properly weight loss may improve. The way I look at it if I can lose 1/2 a stone a month in by the end of January 2015 I will have lost the 3 stone I wanted to and needed to to have a healthy BMI! 
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