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7-OH and Birth Control


Derek
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Why does 7-OH cause problems with birth control? I think I read this somewhere before, but I could be losing it.

Anyway, I'm looking for another non-stimulant fat-burner for my girlfriend (she's already using Sesathin and GTE, I was thinking 7-OH would be a great addition).


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Posted by: @Derek
Why does 7-OH cause problems with birth control? I think I read this somewhere before, but I could be losing it.

Anyway, I'm looking for another non-stimulant fat-burner for my girlfriend (she's already using Sesathin and GTE, I was thinking 7-OH would be a great addition).

from the lean extreme faq above

QUOTE(Q) Is it ok for women, particularly older women, to take this? Just asking because on the bottle I believe it says "not intended for women or children."

(A) There is indeed. This is because there are anti-estrogenic properties in 7-OH™ so it can effect menstrual cycles and birth control, so it’s a good idea for sexually-active women to use condoms.

nobody has sued us for child support, but take the necessary precautions given the possibility.

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Derek
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Doh, thanks TSC. My apologies, I haven't been with it recently.

Anyway, I'm not challenging you, but do you have anything to back that up? If I understand the female cycle correctly, it should be ok to use 7-OH for the final two weeks. Also, my girlfriend has a problem with estrogen dominance, so this could actually be something beneficial. I'd need to do a bit more homework first.


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Robboe
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Saying that its ok for 2 weeks or the month but not the other two would get complicated fast. We just put a general warning on for them to use condoms when using LX.

But i personally don't know enough about the menstrual cycle or the effect 7OH has on it to give advice or recommendations beyond that.


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