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Phytoestrol N (ERr 731) & hot flushes
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Clinical trials (The North American Menopause Society)show that this product reduces the frequency and severity of hot flushes.

Has anyone used this - if so where did you purchase it?

And do you know if it safe after treatment for breast cancer?

Thanks :)
Posted on 05/12/09, 05:17 am
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Reply #1 - 05/16/09  6:49pm
" Hmmm.... Do you have any pharmacies near you (chemist) that are compounding? They actually make up prescriptions for patients if necessary, from ingredients?

I have a very good compounding pharmacist. She is a regular pharmacist who has also studied Indian and Chinese alternative medicine trains of thought.

If you have someplace like that near you, that would be a place to start. "

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