I started macafem 30 days ago and my sex drive has increased tremendously. Too bad I am not sexually active with a partner at this time and haven't been for 6 yrs. I started my periods regularly again which is like the fountain of youth. Your never too old to feel like a woman or beautiful and I highly recommend macafem. It may not work for everybody but I am 48 yrs old and I feel like I am in my 30's and I am no longer bloated or have weight gain.View Thread
I am a 48 yr old single mother to a wonderful 6 yr old little boy. I just started getting menapausal effects which turned me into a very very evil and depressed person. It wasn't until my son said "mommy I just want a normal life" is when I realized I needed help. I started taking Macafem now for almost 30days and its been my savior. I have more energy and am able to love my son, ride my horse, work out in the gym daily and work full time. I am so happy and probably will buy a truck load when I place my next order. I refused to look for any treatment due to the fact I have heard horror stories of the medications causing cancer so I didn't even bother. I found Macafem and decided to take it because I realized either way I am doomed either the drug will kill me or I will kill myself. It really does work and I take 2 tablets in the morning and 1 before bed with a glass of water.View Thread
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