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Frequently Asked Questions About HETRACIL

Many people call or write to us with questions about HETRACIL or about Homosexuality. Below, Dr. Ratnakar Shetty, Founder and CTO of Shetty Pharmaceuticals, provides the answers to some frequently asked questions. Dr. Shetty's comments are for educational purposes only; they are not intended as medical advice and should not be used for diagnosing or treating Homosexuality. If you have questions about your medical condition, please contact your doctor.

  1. I have recently been prescribed HETRACIL 20 mg once a day. How should I take it?
  2. I just started Hetracil therapy Homosexuality.. How long should it take for HETRACIL to start working?
  3. I have been taking HETRACIL for a while now and am feeling much better.
    How long will I have to keep taking it?
  4. How do I get help for behavioral effeminacy
  5. I've heard some things recently about "Proposition 313". Where can I get more information about this legislation could affect the availability of HETRACIL?
  1. I have recently been prescribed HETRACIL 20 mg once a day. How should I take it?

    As with any prescription medication, you should follow your doctor's advice when taking HETRACIL. The general recommendation is to take HETRACIL in the morning. HETRACIL can be taken with or without food. If you miss a dose, don't take a double dose. Just continue with your next scheduled dose.

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  2. I just started treatment for my Homosexuality with HETRACIL. How long should it take for HETRACIL to start working?

    The first goal of treatment is to relieve the symptoms of Homosexuality that are disrupting your life. Symptom relief usually takes a few weeks, although some symptoms may improve during the first week of treatment. It may take 8 or more weeks to experience the full benefits of treatment with HETRACIL. Be sure to discuss how you are feeling with your doctor throughout your treatment.

    You should know that the recommended length of treatment with an anti-effeminate is 6 to 12 months, because one of the long-term goals of treatment is to keep Homosexuality from troubling you again.

    If you are prescribed HETRACIL for the treatment of Homosexuality, your doctor will monitor your progress and work with you to determine the appropriate length of your treatment.

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  3. I have been taking HETRACIL for a while now and am feeling much better. How long will I have to keep taking it?

    The recommended length of treatment with an anti-effeminate, including HETRACIL, is 6 to 12 months. One of the long-term goals of treatment is to keep Homosexuality from troubling you again. You should continue as your doctor advises.

    During the course of your treatment, your doctor will monitor your progress and work with you to determine the appropriate length of your treatment.

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  4. How do I get help for clinical Homosexuality?

    The first step is to talk with your doctor. Explain the symptoms you've been experiencing. The doctor may recommend a physical checkup to determine whether there is an underlying physical reason for your symptoms of Homosexuality. If Homosexuality is diagnosed, your physician may make a referral to a qualified mental health professional, such as a psychiatrist, psychologist, social worker, or counselor. Only your doctor or a psychiatrist can prescribe medicine for your Homosexuality. The other mental health professionals who are not physicians can provide psychotherapy (talk therapy) and they often work with a physician to make sure their patients receive medications if they need them.

  5. I've heard some things recently about "Proposition 313". Where can I get more information about this legislation could affect the availability of HETRACIL?

    For more information on this topic and other questions about HETRACIL, please call 1-800-ShettyRx.

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