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... in hormones...and often strikes during the menopause years... ... (9 replies)
... I never had hot flashes until after my periods completely stopped. Now in the last year the hot flashes have changed. It has turned to more just constant facial sweating, especially in the summer. ... (16 replies)
... but I just don't feel old or see myself as being old during this "change" in my life. ... (8 replies)

Menopause clueless
Jun 19, 2005
... ubble or something. Almost like if I could force it up, it would relieve that pressure. I've had it bad enough where I actually felt panic and anxiety symptoms during the attack. As weird as it sounds, I was able to calm this down by taking some anti gas Maalox. ... (3 replies)
... I had this happen to me. I was about 50 also at the time. I would skip my period for 1 month, then two months and then all of a sudden start the never ending period. This went on for about a year or so. ... (23 replies)
... insomnia, hot flashes, tingling, tired all the time, palpitations, etc. ... (157 replies)
... I had severe pain in my legs and a shaky, out of control feeling inside that was very disturbing. The hot flashes started. They were very mild at first. The second year, I started skipping periods. ... (27 replies)
... Just turned 39 two weeks ago....have had these symptoms for about a year: mind numbing fatigue / foggy brain heavy, clotty periods one period lasted 11 days night sweats (soaking sometimes) hair coming out in handfulls IBS symptoms (had all the tests, incl. colonoscopy) bloating constipation (284 replies)
... I am afraid I am not very good at taking pills, although I have tried Estroven, New phase and other OTC stuff. They helped for a short period of time. ... (25 replies)
... mo period and everything came back normal. The internal jitters are definitely not a very common symptom that the med world knows about it seems. It seems like drs. ... (284 replies)
... n to have all the symptoms of depression and many others, but it doesn't necessarily mean you're clinically depressed if you know what I mean. I went thru a time period where i was extremely tired and it wasn't the kind of tired that you can sleep it off and feel better. It was a constant fatigue. ... (11 replies)
... s normal for this time as irregular preiods often are the first sign of perimenopause. And yes my cramps became worse. Always had bad cramps at times before but during perimenopause, I have noticed that sometimes it is even worse. The gyn has said it is like a long PMS , this time of life and for some of us it is. ... (6 replies)
... Wow that is great that you have not got your period since June 04!! It is also very helpful to know that one can get thru this, so thanks for continuning to post to all of us peri crazies!! ... (21 replies)
Feb 20, 2005
... y realized that I'm losing it! And, last but not least, for the last couple of months, I wake up in the middle of the night drenched in sweat. I've never had a hot flash, but I guess this is what's called a night sweat? ... (6 replies)
... e last three years many things are just a blur and I know that it's all because of my hormones. Why didn't someone educate me or warn me about this transitional period in my life? ... (12 replies)
... Sounds like you have a sweet hubbie, which really makes things alot easier during this transition period in our lives. ... (22 replies)
... I'm post meno. My last period was a little over 2 years ago. I feel a lot better now than I did when I was in peri. ... (4 replies)
My periods
Jan 21, 2005
... I had a period 3 weeks ago and it was very light. It was odd too because my breast always get sore two weeks prior to my period, this time they hurt during! ... (5 replies)
... Twanger may I ask what if anything you were taking during those difficult times? ... (13 replies)
... Twanger, thank you so very much!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It's so good to hear from someone who has been through the storm and came out stronger and wiser. I look forward to being on the other side of perimenopause. I love the thought of having more good days than bad after dealing with anxiety, depression, wretched mood swings....and the list goes on. May God bless you for this... (13 replies)

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