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Reason for taking: Weight loss
11/16/2009 10:17:23 PM

Reviewer: my say, 45-54 Female on Treatment for less than 1 month (Consumer)


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Current Rating: 1

I took one capsule just prior to lunch and 30 minutes later my back started itching and then I felt two large welts or nodules on my lower back and on my side just below my braline. My skin started to crawl especially in my face and on just one of my hands. I became dizzy and confused. I took an antihistimine and a bromeline capsule. After about 15 minutes it started to ease. But it is 9 hours lat ... Show Full Comment

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