... Thanks!! I hadn't really thought about that but I'm willing to give it a try. Thanks again! Hugs,Jen (14 replies)
... The thing that helped me with almost all the symptoms you are describing was to cut out gluten. Many menopausal women found they became intolerant to gluten during peri and menopause. I had aches and pains, headaches, tingling in extremities, lethargy, fatigue, nausea. I just wasn't feeling up to par. It took a few months before I actually cut the gluten out of my diet, but... (14 replies)
... Thanks but I can't take HRT'S I've had a blood clot and I don't have my gallbladder was removed in my early thirties. ;-) i figured if my grandma got through it without all the meds I can too. Thanks, Jen (14 replies)
... menopause. I would get the nausea and side pain checked out. Many women have gallbladder issues and that might be yours. HRT can help a great deal with the other issues, if you are so inclined. ... (14 replies)
... In the past six months my digestion problems went nuts--heartburn, nausea, stomach pain, lump in my throat, etc. Lost six pounds and felt exhausted all of the time. I tried all of the home remedy stuff and finally caved on going to my doctor about it.
She put me on a proton pump inhibitor and the side effects were bad and it didn't resolve my symptoms. So she referred me to... (3 replies)
... Hi Mary.....first off let me say you remind me of myself!!! I worry a lot like you, and I GOOGLE symptoms like you.....we really have to stop doing that Mary because you can Google "cut on finger" and in five minutes you'll be convinced you have an incurable disease. So we really should not to Google about health. Second.....if you have had those heart tests, I would not... (13 replies)
... Hi Mary.......I have severe neck/shoulder soreness and tightness....even in back by the base of my skull.....upper arms too. I was diagnosed with TMJ a few years back, but it seems to have gotten worse. I think the anxiety I have from my peri-menopause symptoms are making my neck and shoulder worse. I will probably be starting physical therapy soon. My symptoms from... (2 replies)
... Hi ladies,
I am 52 years old and still having my period (insert sad face) I am pretty regular, although I have skipped a period a time or two. I have been getting some weird symptoms......ovary pain that just appears even if I'm not in my period, tons of anxiety, panic attacks, crashing fatigue, acid reflux, diarrhea that comes and goes and nausea. I had a vaginal... (7 replies)
... The next day we went for breakfast, I ordered with everyone else but when the food came I had a menopause moment, I got my food, ate a half of a piece of toast and excused myself from the table...didn't get sick,sick but felt queasy just looking at the food. ... (34 replies)
... Right after I missed my first period I went through four months of really debilitating nausea...since I never had children, I guess my body decided that I shouldn't miss out on the wonders of morning sickness!
It did eventually improve, although I have had flare ups now and again and am dealing with GERD now instead. Yeehaw. Sigh.
Menopause...it ain't for sissies,... (8 replies)
... Yes, yes and yes...
Google Menopause Oasis and read the symptom list and all the other info (1 replies)
... Hi, Deb: Hey, I'd consider almost anything at this point. My dilemma is that I only have access to very basic medical care where I live and I have a high deductible health insurance policy, so "wait and see" is my usual recourse.
Right now I am taking a two-week break from running (and watching my weight creep up, which kinda sucks) and have started doing yoga to help... (10 replies)
... Oh, how I share your pain...literally!
The searing/burning/throbbing pain in my feet and legs started about six weeks ago, just after missing my second period in a row and having my first UTI ever.
At first I thought it was just because we had been installing oak flooring in our house for three weeks and I had been running up and down the stairs for that maybe 30 or 40... (10 replies)
... I read a few things about nausea and perimenopause just wondered if anyone had this experience? ... (3 replies)
... at you weren't too bad before. I try and address each day as being a bad day rather than my prognosis for the next one. I am blessed with a bad memory from the menopause and so it helps me to forget the bad days and the symptoms and their patterns. ... (17 replies)
... lo, I am new here and very glad I found this board. I've been sleepless once again tonight and thought I would do a search about my symptoms and came across this menopause board. ... (17 replies)
... It took a few weeks for me to feel the benefit of the tablets. I had no side effects at all....or that I've noticed! I had originally been put on Citalopram but didn't find any benefit but I had dreadful side effects. I had severe headaches and they made me feel nausea. I am holding off on the HRT as I'm waiting to see if i can control the symptoms or if my situation gets... (11 replies)
... I was never able to use BCP in my youth due to constant nausea even on the lowest dose. Plus I smoked then and that was added risk. ... (13 replies)
... ughts that certainly don't help. I do drink ginger tea with honey and it does help. Sometimes it's hard to differentiate between what is an anxiety symptom and a menopause symptom. So frustrating. ... (6 replies)
... migraine and then have been nauseous off and on for over a week. No, I am not pregnant! There is very little information out there regarding the possibility of nausea being a symptom of menopause. Has anyone experienced this? ... (6 replies)