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There are two reasons why an experiment may not be working, Dr. Isis tells one of her readers who wrote in. First, she says is that you're just not doing it right and for that, she suggests reaching out to someone who has done something similar. "You've simply got to find the person who can help you do what you need," she says. The second reason is that your methods are fine — you just aren't getting the expected results.

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