What Are The Difference Between Estrogen Methyltestos F S Tab And Hs Tabs

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Theresa Says:


What is the difference between f.s. tabs and h.s. tabs on estrogen methyltestos. I gained weight with the hs tabs and feel tired all the time and not the f.s. tabs.



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The FS has caused weight gain and exhaustion for me.

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Marsha Says:
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F.S is Full Strength & H.S is Half Strength....seems that the pharmacies will give you either one,even tho ur prescribed a specific strength.The H.S cost anout $5.00 more.

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