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Postby Helen » Wed Oct 26, 2016 2:03 pm

I have recently been having a problem or two regarding my urethra ......... possible infection. Anyway, I was also advised by my GP that I have gall stones. I certainly hadn't ever thought about this, but clearly oestrogen intake is one likely culprit. Gallstones can cause various problems such as severe pain.
I guess that there isn't much one can do about it, particularly when oestrogen is so important in order to maintain our general health. So watch your diet and try to keep fit.


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