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... But I just had 10 days of really brutal reflux which immediately started getting much better when my first period in two months arrived. ... (6 replies)
Falling Apart
Mar 26, 2014
... over the past year while some have increased and new ones appeared. I find that staying postived and focused on other things help. I know it's hard but dwelling in the feelings your having will intensify it. I am looking for ME too! I miss me. ... (3 replies)
Falling Apart
Mar 26, 2014
... I have a GP appointment in a few days. I hope it is menopause as opposed to something nastier... ... (3 replies)

... Moving on I find another doctor. This year I came into her office in full blow tears. ... (17 replies)
... I read somewhere that the reason for the nausea it much like when a woman is pregnant. You are having changes in your hormones, and it can cause this. Makes sense, doesn't it? ... (12 replies)
... minutes I find that I have a better day overall, especially if I do this before I get out of bed. Its work in progress. ... (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)
... Yerdua- I'm so glad you found out the problem. Good thing you went to have it checked. I like the dried ginger myself. I think it's considered "candied"? In the health food store. Ginger can have a stimulting effect so don't do like I did (on vacation once) and try it before bed. (5 replies)
... I have been at the doctor's office 2 or 3 times in the last week. I even was sent by ambulance after a strange EKG., My heart checked out fine. I have gall stones! I still am not feeling well. ... (5 replies)
... ut every 30 minutes along with the cool down, waking up all times of the night due to the sweats, nausea, and I feel like I am about to loose it with the changes in the hormones. I am pretty irritable right now. ... (0 replies)
... A couple of months ago I noticed having a little nausea also for the first time, added to my long list. ... (12 replies)
... mainly in conjunction with my cycle. ... (12 replies)
... t really have a problem with nausea although I am menopausal. ... (12 replies)
... Nausea has been one of the worst symptoms for me, and I have had "episodes" for years - long before I thought of perimenopause. It is a feeling exactly like morning sickness, in my case - like I could vomit, but I need to eat at the same time. Literally, one minute something can sound good, and the next the thought makes me even sicker. Just today, I have felt this way. ... (12 replies)
... I agree, I think it comes in phases too, which also supports the theory that it is due to hormonal changes or fluctuations. I have also heard the Ginger tabs work. ... (12 replies)
... I too had the nausea. Wow is it annoying. I found it crept up in the most unusual circumstances. Now I keep a bottle of ginger tabs in my purse. It's one of the only herbal remedies, other than vitamins, that I've found really works well! The nausea does seem to come in phases. ... (12 replies)
... I had a hysterectomy in January and I have noticed I am a little nauseous every day. The explanation about changing hormones does make sense. Hope it goes away soon. ... (12 replies)
... I get the nausea too. At first I didn't know what was wrong with me, but I've since learned, it is common in peri. Why, I don't know.... but it is. ... (12 replies)
Nausea
Feb 9, 2006
... I wish I did, though. I have to force myself to eat, and when I do, I sometimes feel better. I do notice that I am burping a lot, as well as a lot of grumbling in my stomach. ... (17 replies)
Nausea
Feb 9, 2006
... menopause but it did. It has returned in menopause and not able to shake it this time so far. I saw on another post that a med called Zofran is used for nausea so I will be asking my dr. ... (17 replies)




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