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... I will turn 55 on Sunday. Last bleeding, 4 years ago. My husband and I go out to dinner Monday night, had 2 martinis with dinner, nothing out of line, character etc. ... (1 replies)
... No, for at least 15 yrs already but actually way longer, it is not even a wait list! There just simply are NO or not enough doctor's accepting patients in our area. It's not always better to have a health care system like ours! But don't get me started on everything else wrong with our "free" healthcare! ... (11 replies)
... Is it that the wait list to see a doc I your area in Canada is very long? ... (11 replies)

Jun 29, 2011
... For a couple of years, this discharge would appear for about four days before my real period started. ... (1 replies)
... Oh gosh, Linda, no wonder you had a period with all that stress! ... (13 replies)
... I've been taking various forms of hormones for 15 years or so. I started obvious menopause symptoms when I was 39 and within a couple of years I started a low dosage pill. I'm almost 56 now. ... (11 replies)
... ople here who will be able to answer a lot of your questions and share their experiences! The most "recent" post will show up on top. You'll get the hang of it after a while... ... (12 replies)
... I'm going to be 45 this year and starting last year have been having my periods every 3 weeks apart, except last month was 2 weeks. ... (10 replies)
... apart at the seams. I understand how hard it is to see the kids all grown up and beginning a life of their own because I have 4 children...1 married...2 dorming in college and my baby who is 18 years old and has a disability. So you see I am an emotional wreck all the time. But for me...instead of taking medication.... ... (21 replies)
Menopause SUCKS!
Oct 19, 2011
... I've been thinking I have cancer that spread to my brain. Things similar to that, because I've been a changed person for a few months. By the way, I will turn 45 in March. ... (1 replies)
... Is this the onset of menopause or could it be something more serious? ... (0 replies)
... years. I had no problems with the hormones before at all. After the itching started I began noticing that during the week of the progesterone pill the itching became unbearable. ... (0 replies)
... This all sounds so familiar. I am 56. About 2 or 3 years ago, my periods starting getting really wierd ......... really heavy, then I'd skip a month or two and then just spot. ... (9 replies)
... All the research I've done indicates that the luteal phase only gets shorter in menopause, not longer. ... (2 replies)
... Wow, I just read 12 pages of menopause symptoms and effects and let me tell you, I am feeling a little, no a lot, apprehensive over this getting older bit! ... (62 replies)
Sep 22, 2005
... I'm hypothyroid, hypoglycemic, High estrogen called estrogen dominance. I take armour thyroid 3 grs, natural progesterone to counter balance the high estrogen. Low thyroid or adrenal fatigue can cause insomnia. ... (1 replies)
... C so he could get a better look up there and scrape the uterine lining. Never had this problem until a week after the biopsy. ... (7 replies)
... I wish I had seen this 4 years ago! I thought I was losing my mind. I hated everyone and everythng. Almost cost me my marriage. ... (35 replies)
... e others on thsi board who are also spotting. I can totally understand how you're tired of running to drs. I was the same way last year. It all started with me in August and I didn't feel normal until January 2004. I went to more drs. then I have ever in my lifetime. ... (13 replies)
... I know how busy you can get I have been busy also. I am just going through a tough spot in the peri road. As I said in my post to Andrea I called the pharmacist about my progesterone cream so I hope to really get it back on track with his advice. ... (30 replies)

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