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Re: ipriflavone and myacalcin
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Posted by Bev of VA.
on August 16, 2000 at 12:07:05:
In Reply to: ipriflavone and myacalcin posted by jerry w on August 15, 2000 at 15:52:21:
: l'm a weird case: a man who accidentally discovered l had a significant case of osteoporosis 2 yrs ago -- my doctor spotted it on my xray l had for low back problems. There's no family history -- the only possible cause (positive test result) is low testosterone level. And aside from the low back pain, l'm in great health and have no apparent signs of the disease. l was in denial for 2 yrs and only took calcium supplements. Last week l started on myacalcin and l'm wondering what anyone has experienced with it. l refused to even try fosamex because my system is extremely sensitive. None of the local health food stores has ever heard of ipriflavone -- l'd really like to try it -- can anyone tell me how l can order it?? Thanx, jerry w
Ipriflavone is not readily available in health food stores, which I orginally got from the Apothecary in Bethesda Maryland, a Solgar product.(200 mg.) My local health food store has special-ordered it for me although it's possible that a store with a large inventory and knowledgeable staff may stock it. However when I yesterday reordered Bone Guardian, a Pathway product formulated by The Apothecary (the-apothecary.com) I found that Pathway now has its own ipriflavone for a signifantly lower price, than Solgar's. I recommend you get on the Apothecary's web site and click "contact" for direct E-mail to the store's pharmacologist owner,Irv Rosenberg, who can answer your questions about iproflavone as a natural estrogen. I would be surprised if very many physcians would have this information. He can provide abstracts of the research studies, if you have a investigative bent. Good hunting. Bev of Va.
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