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    I discovered I had LPD & told my gp about 6 months ago. I said I heard good things about the natural progesterone cream & if she could prescribe it to me. She pretty much laughed at me & said no. But referred me to a bad FS. From word of mouth have found a better FS & got a referral for her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aussiecarla View Post
    I discovered I had LPD & told my gp about 6 months ago. I said I heard good things about the natural progesterone cream & if she could prescribe it to me. She pretty much laughed at me & said no. But referred me to a bad FS. From word of mouth have found a better FS & got a referral for her.
    What a horrible GP, I've heard good things about the FS that I'll be seeing, so hopefully I'll get it sorted soon. Good luck.

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    Goodluck Cass!! Fingers crossed!

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