It's a name only, it doesn't actually mean anything. A different approach would be to tell your mother what it does and what it is used for which can be translated. Read about it here: https://www.drugs.com/angeliq.html Do you have any sisters who could do that? I ask as your mother and you may feel awkward discussing medication for a range of womens problems ranging from stabilising periods to treating menopause.
- Angeliq Information for Consumers
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