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... I have seen a couple of posts of women experiencing this. I have debilitating nausea almost half of every day. I believe it is hormonal possibly progesterone too low? ... (0 replies)
... Hello everyone, it's just me, the happy perimenopausal woman! Not!! I was so great for so long, no symptoms, felt great...now I've got everything back and this time its so much worse. ... (4 replies)
... I too have had agonizing nausea. It robs me of my appetite, and it has gotten really discouraging. I felt fairly good this past weekend, and I was so grateful! My doctor lets me have Compazine, which is for nausea, and is mild. It kind of takes the edge off. ... (4 replies)

... though now thinking back I had been really tired and had been having very light periods for quite a while. ... (37 replies)
... hoping that will help with the hot flashes and waking at 2 am. ... (11 replies)
... Dear Dani,i'm sorry you are suffering with nausea and anxiety. ... (10 replies)
... It's suppose to be identical to what our bodies would produce. Sounds good. Why take something that could be harmful if we don't have to. I need to get to my GYN and get some help with my hot flashes and vaginal dryness. I use KY but hey.. it just isn't the same as my bodies own natural lubricants. Getting old is so fun. lol. ... (4 replies)
... You might also want to consider Ortho Gynest cream, which is bioidentical, your regular GYN can prescribe for you, and can get at any pharmacy, for the dryness. It is Estriol, which is a slightly weaker form of Estrogen. ... (4 replies)
... You might want to try estrace for the vaginal dryness. It plumps up the thinning skin and makes it far less susceptible to irritation. It's an estrogen cream that you apply very thinly to the vagina. ... (4 replies)
Nausea
Nov 16, 2005
... Can you tell us the homeopathic pills you used for your nausea and anxiety. I know it will be different for each of us, but curious what they had you on. ... (17 replies)
... Hi there......First off, let me say I feel for you. I am 52 and my darn periods still come like clock work. ... (4 replies)
... I started reading the long thread on asking people to list their symptoms and after reading a lot of those i noticed that many do indeed have many digestive problems due to perimenopause. ... (5 replies)
... Peppermint helps with nausea and reflux...peppermint candy works or better yet peppermint essential oil is great. You just put some on the roof of your mouth. Hope you feel better soon! ... (5 replies)
... I had to take a Xanax and call my mommy this morning cause I was crying and she went through the same thing so she had to talk to me all the way to work to convince me that I am not having a heart attack. ... (5 replies)
... I'm trying to be careful with the xanex. I have already gone the withdraw route with it. I was taking it back in the fall when I had trouble with sleeping and anxiety. I was mostly popping it in the middle of the night when I woke up and couldn't fall back to sleep. I didn't even think about it. ... (11 replies)
Nausea anyone?
Sep 4, 2011
... I too, didn't know anyone who had suffered nausea during perimenopause, and none of the doctors I saw were familiar with it either. ... (13 replies)
... About a minute before a hot flash comes, I get the worst feeling. It's a strange sensation that I can only describe as a combination of nausea and anxiety. ... (18 replies)
Diagnosed today
Feb 6, 2009
... mainly hotflashes with nausea, and anxiety. Should I get a different opinion, or am I actually post menopausal. The whole thing is terribly confusing and depressing. ... (9 replies)
Nausea anyone?
Aug 25, 2008
... up of GERD and I think that was a big part of it but then I'm sure hormones are making it worse. I'm taking Prilosec and it has helped with the GERD. ... (7 replies)
... It's been over a month since I started the Activella. As I said in my last post I thought the anxiety had started to settle down, but a few days ago, it began acting up again. ... (5 replies)


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