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... These are typical symptoms of perimenopause. I used to feel crappy before a period and now I feel that way before, during and after a period. The shakiness you feel could be from hypoglycaemia which is something else I had to deal with but thankfully that's gone away now. ... (2 replies)
... worked for me and now can drive and leave the house fine. Without it, I had anxiety attacks, severe depression, shakiness, chest pain, palpatations. I know it is perimenopause as my worst days are around ovulation and before my period, when my hormones are highest. Please, see your Doctor and if they don't help, see a different one. ... (5 replies)
... late, with lots of marshmallows, it seems to calm the shaking for me.. hang in there sweetie, there is so many of us out here with the exact same symptoms.. It's PERIMENOPAUSE ! Keep us posted on how you're doing... ... (7 replies)

... My problems started at the end of September. I haven't been able to detect much of a pattern -- one that lasts any way. Initially my thigh muscles and upper arm muscles just ached and ached. I had been lifting weights, but because of the aching I stopped. The aching would come and go. I started feeling anxious about it after 2 weeks when it just wouldn't stop. Sometimes... (8 replies)
... on and also feeling of inner shakiness esp. in legs, heart rate goes up and stays up at times for hours, and my last two periods have been a lot longer in duration than is normal for me. ... (6 replies)
... Hi Ladies...I am 41 and I am going through perimenopause. I have been since I was 37. But this past year , WOW. Depression, anxiety, night sweats, shakiness, moodiness, etc. I finally had enough. So I found a great chinese acupuncturist. I went for the first time yesterday. She also put me on several herbs to control the nasty symptoms of perimenopause. It has only... (1 replies)
... Missprego, I share your pain. We are the same age and I too have recently been diagnosed with mitro valve prolapse and sinus tachycardia . . . I think that was the trigger that set off my anxiety (which at times is BAD). The past year has been sheer hell for me. My heart races daily and I have this strange sensation of internal shakiness. On any given day I experience... (33 replies)
Feel like crap
Jul 9, 2010
... I'm a 51 yr old woman who has been going through I guess what I consider perimenopause. Because I don't get hot flashes, and still get my periods, although those are getting less, I'm not considered to be in menopause according to my dr.'s. My symptoms started about 4-5 yrs ago with dizziness, or maybe more like a mild drunken state. They have progressed over the years to... (12 replies)
... Another thing that could be helpful with the shakiness is adding some magnesium to your diet. It helps with twitching. I had my hair analyzed and found out I was low in magnesium and selenium. ... (19 replies)
... Hi Ladies, I have all these symptoms right now so bad that I just want to lay down and cry...and sometimes die. I don't really want to die. But I feel so bad, I really do. No one around here understands. I feel ill all the time. So many things feel wrong with me. Tomorrow the Endo doctor will take my blood for the very first time. Although I have been hypothyroid for 4... (9 replies)
... What is the earliest age that perimenopause can start? ... (5 replies)
... Fiveoffive and gals! You aren't alone. I am 44 and have been in perimenopause for 4 years now. My life is H...l. It really is. The doctors I have seen just act like it should be no big deal and that many women sail on through this. ... (16 replies)
... ancing of periods, it eventually became my culprit. Once I gotoff of it, my breasts went back to normal but my periods arent' always regular, light bleeding and shakiness before my periods. True, progesterine declines way before estrogen. But estogen I find to be way more important than progesterone. ... (5 replies)
... Hi, I understand exactly how you feel. You saw all my symptoms listed above, and I honestly never feel good. I believe you are in perimenopause, and I think I am too. I am 51 and single and still have to work full-time. It's really hard when you feel soooooo bad. I have another dr. appointment on the 18th. I keep going back and he keeps being patient with me until we find a... (7 replies)
... ve anxiety with my pain and a new baby and going from working outside the house for 30 yrs to being home all day...but could I also be going through menopause or perimenopause too? ... (7 replies)
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... I am 47 years old and without a doubt, suffering many of the symptoms of perimenopause. I have the intense anxiety, internal shakiness, extreme fatigue, insominia, panic attacks, some night sweats but mostly a feeling like my skin and just underneath my skin is on fire. So, there is no argument as to what I am experiencing. However, there is something that I find weird... (30 replies)
Mar 12, 2005
... My doctors are beginning to think that I may have chronic fatique syndrome. I thought that might be right until I started reading this board. I have been very fatiqued for the past 6-8 weeks and the only thing they could find (after extensive testing) was a low estrogen level. No one seems to think it's perimenopause because I'm 45 and still having semi-regular periods. ... (21 replies)
... h menopause. I take 5mg of Prozac, my gyne put me on it, it seems to help with the anxiety, but I still get the edge when my period is coming. My endo calls it perimenopause with anxiety. Boy is she right. It seems that every 2 years I go through some major change with peri. Yours will pass. ... (9 replies)
... Hi Andrea, If you ever find the answer to this, I'd like to know also. I think the internal shakes were the worse symptom I've ever had. I can totally understand how you are feeling!!! Mine were the worse in the middle of the night and they were so intense that I felt suicidal even. :eek: They went away eventually after I've read that the internal shakes is caused from... (13 replies)

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