... From Aug. to Dec. 03, I had all these symptoms that came about suddenly, that's probably when my hormones were going crazy. I haven't had a period since Nov. 03. ... (24 replies)
... So when people say "she must be going through menopause" what they actually mean is perimenopause, because that is the stage women go through that causes all the problems. ... (24 replies)
... Recently symptoms started up again after going thru the peri menopausal state, at which time I was taking Activella. The Activella worked great back then. ... (3 replies)
... Do the per zappers contain any form of soy? If so, those with TD must avoid it.
I'm wondering because I have TD.
Also, I'm not clear, are these good for those who are post-menopausal? I haven't had a period in five years. (24 replies)
... Ahhhhh...got it Bonnie, thanks. I missed the part where you were no longer having any peri or menopausal problems. ... (24 replies)
... I'm going to take a flyer here and assume that "TD" means 'thyroid disease.' Peri-zappers WILL work for folks with thyroid problems, but they may take longer to work or may need to be adjusted in dose. Peri-zappers as written, assume a normally functioning thyroid: When the thyroid function is off, then the peri-zappers must be adjusted, too. It's a bit of a double whammy,... (24 replies)
... ta very much!!
jb (24 replies)
... Peri-zappers? Health Food store, mostly. You should read the book first (I'm sure your local library has a copy), so you know how much to take for your symptoms.
203/146/146 on the Fat Flush Plan for life :D
menopausal and perky. Veddy veddy perky! (24 replies)
... where do you get these things? ... (24 replies)
... what are peri-zappers??
jb (24 replies)
... meno symptoms can start as early as age 35 and on avg. a woman enters menopause at age 51. ... (24 replies)
... I'm menopausal and feeling perky to the max! ... (24 replies)
... What a good question, because there are days not only do I think I'm dieing but wish I would. I feel horrible!!! I started menopause 5 years ago with heavy bleeding and hot flashes. ... (24 replies)
... menopausal, is it a lifetime or do they go away after a few years? ... (1 replies)
... identicals you will probably experience menopausal symptoms again because you are taking away the hormones that your body needs to stay balanced. ... (1 replies)
... Then more than just menopausal symptoms occured. ... (13 replies)
... Maybe we should do this together and compare to see how are things are going! I don't remember why you said your Dr. is starting you on the pill. Is it for heavy periods? ... (40 replies)
... I also learned to layer moisturizer, especially in cold dry weather. Use your moisture like you normally do and wait 15 minutes. Then apply more, even the same stuff. This was a huge help to me when my skin was so dry it was flaking. ... (9 replies)
... but they are accross my forehead and I seem to frown alot when I have them. I am sick of all this but hopefully some day soon they will all go away! ha ha. I have had all the blood work done of course and it always comes back normal. ... (16 replies)
... c I'm so achy laying down sometimes. There have been days where I don't take anything. I have used the heating pad, soaked in the tub. Next time I go to the drugstore, I'm going to try those ThermaCare heat wraps. Heard they helped a lot. ... (27 replies)