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Verwon Says:

Sorry, foreign medications are not regulated like those in the US that are under the auspices of the FDA, so I can't find any information on this. I would recommend talking to your doctor or pharmacist for more information.

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mky Says:

i'm pharmacist


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Agnes Says:

For my personal needs

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