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Hello everyone - me again, (sorry I really must leave this computer alone at some point today!)

In the FAQ section is says: they prefer to spread the injections out over your body as they say this gives less chance of scarring and a bigger effect on the immune system.

Scaring!? Are the injections that major (say in comparison to a regular vaccination) that they could scar you? Is it like a BCG that you got a school maybe?....

My LAD is 47%, 32%, 26.6% & 35.9% (average 35.4%) and I'm in the process of weighing up LIT and would really appreciate anyone's feedback and experiences who has already had it.

H xx
 

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you will probably have marks on your arm that look first like a rash, then like little bruises which can take a few months to go completely - although after a few weeks they are so small/feint that you will probably be the only person who can see them without them being pointed out.
 
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