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elaine Says:


I would like to hear from women using the Alora estrogen patch. I am currently using the Estradiol patch and find it does not want to stay stuck on for the full week. Is Alora better?



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joann cuda Says:

The Alora patch stays on if you put it on dry skin. I try to keep it dry. I keep water off of it while bathing.

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