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Alfalfa sprouts shorten bleeding

10 March, 2005

Question:

I just thought it would be helpful for a lot of your readers to know that I experienced alot of prolonged bleeding due to the mirena iud and my Rav suggested eating alfalfa sprouts ( a good source of estrogen) I actually bought the Freeda natural alfalfa dietary supplement tablets and found it to be pretty effective. I doubled the regular daily dosage for a day or two. Instead of my bleeding lasting for 14 days, I cleared up faster.
I wish more people would be aware that this web site exists! I find it to be a tremedous source of information since I live in a frum society I don't speak to friends about their experiences…
Your site is clear cut and straight forward which makes it very helpful. Thank you. May you have much continued success!


Answer:

Thank you very much for both the information and the compliment.


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