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Posted by Lorraine.
on October 22, 2000 at 22:14:34:
In Reply to: Re: Isoflavones posted by Jackie M. on October 21, 2000 at 14:57:12:
Hello Jackie, Thankyou for your reply. I didn't know either that flax seed oil would help to absorb ipriflavone. Bev from V.A. seems to be the one on this list with the most knowledge of ipriflavone so maybe she will let us know if we should be taking the flax seed oil as well. Hope the ipriflavone works for everyone who takes it. I haven't started yet, as I am waiting to hear from the suppliers in America. Hope all goes well for you. Lorraine.
: : Dear Lorraine:
: : It has been a month that my mother uis taking Ipriflavone and she is not complaining from any problems.
: : She is allergic to pain killers and since wee took away all of her drugs, she is feeling much better. Ipriflavone is not working unless you take Calcium, VitaminD, and Flax seed oil. You may try Cacium Citrate and not Carbonate since it is working much better along with Ipriflavone. it takes from 6 to 12 months to go back to normal bone density.
: :I have been taking ipriflavone for about 6 wks ( no problems) after I read about all the bad stuff concerning Evista. A web site was given where to get the product.( The apothecary) I appreciate all the good info i have gotten on this board. However, I did not know to take FLAX seed oil besides calcium and D in order for the ipri to work!!:( have I wasted my $$ and time? Jackie