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... I have that as well. I am 42. I am still getting my periods but not regularly. I get almost all the symptoms of menopause. I am not taking any meds and I choose not too. Although I am thinking every little thing that happens in my body something is wrong. It's simply awful. (3 replies)
... It's possible HRT could help. It doesn't work for everyone. Did you tolerate birth control well? Then it will probably work for you. If it didn't, there are other options. (3 replies)
... Hi everyone!---Been reading around these boards for a while, but this is first post...Hopefully you all will have some answers---for last two weeks, have been having weirdest feeling-mostly in scalp- but also arms and legs occasionally also. It's like a weird burning, tingling, prickling feeling, like if I just scratch my scalp or scratch my arms, then I get that weird... (3 replies)
... I'm taking d3 1000mg, e 400mg, b100 1 pill, omega 3 300mg, b12 1000mcg, magnesium 400mg. I was taking an alpha lipoid acid but have quit taking that the last few weeks. I read one of the side effects of that is itchy skin. I was terribly itchy. I have been doing some better but it's not gone completely. Thank you for your reply. (5 replies)
... still get my cycles regularly. I think I know what you mean by the tingling...does it feel like bugs are crawling on you or a drop of water is running down your skin ? ... (5 replies)
... I hear you. This is no fun but this board sure does help.
I too have had an array of weird symptoms, mouth/throat pain, flushes (yes I have called them flushes and flashes, to me flush makes more sense though), also tingling skin like something is crawling on me but it's not, heart palps out the wahzoo, headaches, digestive issues, bowel changes,, and just all sorts of odd... (1 replies)
... Then I started with a burning tongue, wiered throat feelings, tingling skin, electric shock feelings in chest and breasts, muscle tension..... ... (1 replies)
... I have burning skin symptoms too and i am not diabetic (5 replies)
... Some of your symptoms sound menopausal, but having to pee all the time and the burning/tingling do not. Have you been checked for diabetes and a urinary tract infection? If it is overactive bladder, there are meds that can relax the bladder muscles. I would also check out the possibility of a peripheral neuropathy with your Dr., as that may be treatable as well. The other... (5 replies)
... I'm new to this forum - 47, haven't had a period since December. I feel like I'm going crazy! I'm anxious, cry at the drop of a hat, feel like I have to pee all of the time, wake up sweating like crazy, and have these awful, burning / tingling sensations in my shins and legs.
Does anyone else feel like this? I'm so worried that something horrible is wrong with me. (5 replies)
... the back of my legs, it feels like a bad sunburn, my skin feels like its stretching and burns when I stretch my legs out or stand in one place too long, like my skin is too short for the length of my legs and it will tear. ... (5 replies)
... Thanks, all, for the responses. I really appreciate it. Sounds like it might be another symptom. I've got a dr. appt. next week so I'm going to ask about it.
Also, do you ever have like a burning in your skin? I've noticed a few times on my upper, outer thigh that when I touch it it's kind of tender (not real bad but noticeable) and almost feels like a burning of the... (5 replies)
... Has anyone had problems with tingling in the skin in different parts of the body? ... (5 replies)
... s reading that is prob the cause..estrogen not reaching the nerve endings...guessing its a circulatory thing also.. I also shake when I try to do anything and my skin has a redish tint, like the blood is just not flowing? ... (7 replies)
... tingling in my arms, hands and legs and feet. I've also had tingling in the face area.........mouth and tongue. My eyes sometimes feel itchy as sometimes my skin. ... (7 replies)
... I've had the crawling feeling...that is one of the 35 symptoms of menopause. Skin, YES definite changes for the worse. As for the hot ankles...no, I did have tingling in the feet and fingers...but all of these are on the list. Hope you get some relief today. ... (3 replies)
... I have had:
neck, shoulder, leg aches
pain in ovary
Added to that: (5 replies)
... Here's the reply I got on the other board. I'm not a candidate for low dose estrogen to help this problem since I have blood clotting issues so these are some of the suggestions I received.
Sounds like you have the 'nerves on fire' sort of thing that goes with dropping levels of estrogen. Symptoms can include: 1) formication or itchy crawling skin (the name comes... (8 replies)
... It feels at times like my legs and hands are prickling and tingling and at other times, almost a burning sensation. According to another site I'm on, this can be quite common as the estrogen levels drop. ... (8 replies)