... I went to my gyn and she did a bunch of blood work and has been confirmed that I am POST menopause at the ripe age of 45. She said I am at higher risk of osteoporosis as well. ... (1 replies)
... really bad the past couple of weeks and the original doctor was a newbie and had gave me the wrong advice as she had general advice for someone going through the menopause at a normal age. ... (5 replies)
... It's gotten cold, so I assume that's what is going on. However, I don't know if it is the Diabetes or Peri menopause that has me going crazy. ... (1 replies)
... pain, somnolence, mood swings, antisocial, hair loss, agitated, irritable, angry outbursts and crying. My condition became so bad I lost my government job I held for 21 yrs. ... (1 replies)
... I used to get frazzled all the time, no fun, my nerves were on edge constantly, if I wasn't crying I was angry at something!! ... (8 replies)
... ^^ agreed! (4 replies)
... your husband is cheating, what are you going to do about that?
menopause or NO menopause, cheating is unacceptable! (4 replies)
Theres no need to let Menopause symptoms get in the way of your
relationship with your husband. "There is treatment"... see your Dr ASAP.
I'm sure your husband has tried to understand how you feel and now it's up to you to get treatment, don't let this come between you,
I wish you well,
Solofelix. (4 replies)
... My husband and I have been married 14 years. Second marriage for both of us. It used to be so wonderful. Then menopause hit. He tried to understand for a couple of years but my anger and my tears got so bad. ... (4 replies)
... Hi all, I am new to the site.
A little about me before going on...I am in my early 40's, single, no children. I was 'diagnosed' as being in early menopause. I also have some anxiety issues but Other than that, I am in good health and good weight.
So, here goes: The past 6 months have been horrible for me. Body aches/pains, severe PMS but with NO periods. I mean the PMS is... (6 replies)
... ly don't like taking meds and from everything I've read about both of these, I now want off. Unfortunately, even such short term use will require a taper...I am angry at the doctor for not telling me anything about ativan especially. It made my anxiety and depression flee the first time I took it and I was so relieved... ... (3 replies)
... others say they are the same thing. Although most define early menopause as menopause before the age of 40, some say a more appropriate age is 45. Personally, I find it all rather confusing. ... (7 replies)
... i am new to this sight today. i am 49 and have been living a nightmare for the past year and a half. i keep chaulking it up to peri-menapause, but how can there be so may different symptoms.......gi problems, reflux, noisey gi. Changed eating habbits, no dairy, no pork, no caffine. anxiety, gitters, tingling, feeling like your body is humming from the inside, insomnia, hot... (25 replies)
... Have any of you had such debilitating menopause symptoms? ... (6 replies)
... mors, with heart palpitations and I felt like running around the block a hundred times. I was so sensitve I would cry at the drop of a hat....then I would get so angry I would yell at my family...it took something someone said to rub me the wrong way and then hell broke loose. ... (21 replies)
... I now haven't had a period since then! I'm ok with that, and I actually did wonder if this was the start of Peri. I haven't done much research on menopause because I figured that nah, I'm too young for it yet. But the longer the periods didn't come, the more I thought that maybe that was what it was. ... (1 replies)
... from some kind of horrible disease. The anxiety went through the roof and I couldn't control it. I became angry with my kid and husband and thought this is the way it's going to be. I was so wrong! ... (16 replies)
... here daugher, I am sorry your mom is having such anger issues. Did she always have anger issues and they have just gotten worse or was she not like this before menopause started? ... (1 replies)
... My 58 year old mom seems to have been in menopause FOREVER. Years upon years? ... (1 replies)
... to let things slide, but this menopause thing just won't let me. I keep my mouth shut as long as I can and then I virtually explode!!! He's always done things that drive me nuts. ... (7 replies)