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  1. nina

    nina Silver Member

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    question: from a former CDer

    how/where do i get a supply of these? how much is it? how does it compare to CD?

    can i do it while breastfeeding (and adding extra proteins?)

    thanks!
     
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    Lipotrim is available from Doctor/Pharmacy on the Medical form I had to fill in it asked if I was breast feeding, so probably not, check out the website or speak to Dr pharmacist
     
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    it does seem to vary in price wherever you are its usually around £36 a week for a woman and you do need to see a pharmacist or doctor so they will be able to advise you about the breast feeding
     
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    It's £36 from chemists (some GPs do it for about £24)
    As a nurse and a former Midwife, I very much doubt they will supply you with LT if you say you're breastfeeding. It takes a lot of calories from your body, and you need a good mixed diet to produce good quality milk.
    (this is just my opinion, please check with the Doctor or Pharmacist)
    Good luck Hunni. xx
     
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    Thank you!

    Thank you everyone for your advice and pointing me in the right direction!

    just another question:

    is it true that GPs can give this on prescription -- which would qualify for free prescriptions on the NHS?

    thank you again!
     
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    I think if you get it on prescription you still have to pay £20ish for it but it's still better than £30+
     
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