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1. What is FLEXISEQ®?

2. What is the difference between FLEXISEQ® Osteoarthritis, FLEXISEQ® Active and FLEXISEQ® Sport?

3. Which FLEXISEQ® product should I choose?

4. Where can I purchase FLEXISEQ®?

5. How much does FLEXISEQ® cost?

6. What is the reason for the difference in price between FLEXISEQ® and FLEXISEQ® Active?

7. Can FLEXISEQ® products be prescribed by my doctor?

8. What is in the FLEXISEQ® products?

9. How well do the FLEXISEQ® products work?

10. What are the commonly reported side effects?

11. I have experienced a reaction to FLEXISEQ®; should I stop treatment?

12. How should I apply the gel?

13. What should I do if the product is applied incorrectly?

14. How often should I apply FLEXISEQ® products?

15. Can I alter treatment regimen to, say, every second day?

16. What are the differences between FLEXISEQ® and other pain treatments?

17. How well does FLEXISEQ® work compared with other topical products used for the same purpose?

18. How does FLEXISEQ® work?

19. What is the evidence that the Sequessome™ vesicles get into the joint?

20. Do all three products work in the same way?

21. How quickly does FLEXISEQ® work?

22. How long can I use FLEXISEQ® for?

23. What is the longest time that any patient has been treated for with FLEXISEQ®

24. How long does the pain relief last once treatment is stopped?

25. Are FLEXISEQ® products right for me?

26. Can FLEXISEQ® products be used in patients with other disorders such as MS, diabetes?

27. Can FLEXISEQ® be used alongside medications?

28. What is the total number of patients treated with FLEXISEQ®?

29. How have the safety and efficacy of FLEXISEQ® products been studied?

30. Why aren’t there any studies on the hands or other joints?

31. Is FLEXISEQ® as effective on other joints as it is on the knee?

32. Can FLEXISEQ® be used on joints other than the knee?

33. How should I store FLEXISEQ®?

34. I have not received any beneficial effect from these products – why?

35. Can I use body lotions, etc.?

36. Can FLEXISEQ® products be used in pregnancy or breastfeeding?

37. Is it available in all markets in Europe?

38. What is the regulatory status of FLEXISEQ®?

39. What company is marketing FLEXISEQ®?

40. Where is FLEXISEQ® manufactured?

41. Who should I report concerns or product issues to?

42. Please may I have the Summary of Product Characteristics for FLEXISEQ®?

Section B

1. How does FLEXISEQ® Sport meet the needs of elite sportsmen and women?

2. Is FLEXISEQ® Sport the right product for me?

3. Do FLEXISEQ® Sport constituents appear on the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) list of prohibited substances?

4. FLEXISEQ® Sport is a non-drug treatment and its ingredients are not prohibited by WADA, so why run the product through an anti-doping screen?

5. What does batch testing of FLEXISEQ® Sport entail?

6. How can I confirm that my tube has been tested and cleared?

7. Who from the world of sports is benefiting from FLEXISEQ® Sport?

8. Who are the FLEXISEQ® Sport Ambassadors?

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