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Who should take omega-6 fatty acid?

You should take omega-6 fatty acid if your doctor recommends it to help you deal with a deficiency or a certain condition. Your doctor might encourage you to take omega-6 fatty acid if you have eczema, rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes, or mastalgia. Your doctor might also ask you to eat foods containing omega-6 fatty acids.

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