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    An_248560 posted:
    I have been on Bi-est for almost a year. My doctor has changed my dosage two or three times, still not happy with results. I want to try something more natural. I called my doctor and asked about gla, I know someone taking it and it helped her. Doctor said try it and let her know. So today i set off to the Health Food Store and they recommended E Fem. She gave me samples to try. Does anyone know anything about it? I have a info booklet she gave me. Anyone ever tried Gla for menopause?
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    2bhealty12 responded:
    Curious... Did you try the E Fem? If so what results did you have? I googled as I too got samples.


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