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Hi Your problems are from not being on HRT, why not try it for a while and see how you get on, or look for natural relief from hot flashes and look...
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There's Orlistat, which blocks part of the fat you eat.  Xenical is what it's called if you buy it prescription strength, but the half...
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Hi This piece below is from women's-health-concerns.orgThe menopause is influenced by hormones – or more correctly, by a change in hormone levels...
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B vitamins, especially niacin, help with your sensation of heat and cold and help regulate your bodily temperature.  So it might help.Here's...
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Hi If your periods have stopped for a tear then your through the menopause, and you should really think about HRT, this will keep you ticking over...
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Clearly, this is a change in your menstrual cycle and you are certainly of age to start menopause. Unfortunately, this is not sufficient information...
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Hi Yes its a normal thing to happen but you should really go see you doctor just in case it is something else.Its a peace of mind thing all women...
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Yes, they are used for menopause, but these medications are also used for simple hormone replacement.  Some doctors continue their patients on...
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It isn't just thin lubrication?  Some women can get a lot of that.  Also, are you on any hormones?  Certain estrogen preparations...
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Hi your find that once your periods have completely stopped the your now free of getting pregnant by natural means. But do read through this link...
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Hi Going through the menopause for 10 years is a long time.Look go see your doctor and go through all this with him/her, get a blood test done...
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Hi Just go see your doctor and get a blood test done for your hormones, this will tell all you want to know, and take it from there.Hope this helps...
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Hi My wife had her hysterectomy and she has never had anything, like her you can think your self real lucky. just keep enjoying your life.But do also...
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Hi Apart from you not now having normal periods and this would make it hard to tell if they have stopped, but the rest will be the same, but you do...
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Hi Found you this at cemcor.ubc.ca lots of help for what your looking for. It is normal in very early perimenopause to experience changes in flow...
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