6 Jun 2010
Are you saying they took it orally and it did not disolve? My next question is: Where did they get it from the start? It could be a copycat but really is not the real thing. You have to be careful, where you buy it. Another possibility is that it was not taken properly. Maybe it was taken rectally instead of orally.
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