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  • Call your doctor and ask them.
  • Here is a disclaimer statement from Clarocet's web site: This website does not provide medical advice. Clarocet products are dietary supplements that are not approved by the FDA to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The health benefits of Clarocet products are supported by independent clinical evaluation. Clarocet products are formulated using a combination of ingredients that are FDA-regulated. Consult with a physician if you believe you are experiencing emotional stress responses such as anxiety, generalized anxiety, social anxiety, panic attacks, depression, mood swings, sleep difficulty or problems focusing and concentrating. Only a qualified healthcare professional can provide you with a correct diagnosis and recommend treatment options. http://www.clarocet.com/health-and-wellness-resources/when-to-consult-with-a-physician.htm It is always best to consult with you doctor first.
  • Call your GP (doctor) first to make sure its ok! :)
  • I COULD HAVE ANSWERED THIS MYSELF

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