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do women go through a second menopause years after a hysterectomy?
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menstrual cycle 7 years after menopause
Good afternoon, My last cycle was in Jan 2007 while on my way into Iraq. For the past month my chest has been...More
Posted by julieh918
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Mirena at 48?
2 weeks ago I got the Mirena IUD because my husband and I are in the midst of getting a divorce and I still...More
Posted by mixedupmama
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irritability and mood swings
My greatest problem with menopause is mood swings. Something small can make me really irritable. What can I do?
Posted by wejone
menapause
I having been cryinf, I cant sleep and feeling depressed. I haven't been to work in 4 days. Hot flashes,...More
Posted by An_260224
what is going on!?
Ok this will take a bit to type up...and will have typos. I had my first child at 40. I had my tubes...More
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Hot Flashes
Is there a list of ingredients (skin care, lotions, shampoo's, soaps, etc.) that may cause hot flashes?...More
Posted by cypress2014
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New to this community and have sore nipples
Hello ladies! I'm almost 59 and haven't had a period in 15 months. I'm not having too many problems really...More
Posted by suzie0156
Surgical Menopause
I recently had a full hysterectomy, they took everything. I am 45 and was not pre-menopausal prior to my...More
Posted by hollyboobeau
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..the other menopause symptoms...
I have it all....the hot flashes, night sweats, insomnia...all the lovely physical stuff that comes with this...More
Posted by carina61
..the other menopause symptoms...
I have it all....the hot flashes, night sweats, insomnia...all the lovely physical stuff that comes with this...More
Posted by carina61
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Insomnia
I am 52 and in peri-menopause, I assume, as I have had startlingly heavy periods for the past few months....More
Posted by An_260150
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Perimenopause, thyroid problem, hormones =:oO
I am 46. All of these symptoms started after I had and ovary removed last year. I start each cycle with a...More
Posted by michelle45
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Oh My Breast!
I'm 57yrs & had a hysterectomy 14yrs ago. I now have sciatica on my right side & sometimes I have a...More
Posted by lamb57
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having a period last to long
I have not had a period in 5 month and now i have been on a period for 3weeks,should i be worried
Posted by lgt1966
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Severe lower back pain...menopause symptom?
Hi ladies - I'm 50 and new to menopause (3 months), forced on me thanks to cancer and the prophylactic...More
Posted by socalgirl99
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Sudden bleeding
I'm 53 and have not had a menstrual cycle for two years. This morning I woke up with severe cramps and...More
Posted by An_260049
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Embarrassed to ask but I need to know...
I am 50 and had a hysterectomy 19 years ago due to health issues. After a 5+ year period of complete...More
Posted by An_260000
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Cramping during perimenopause
My period went off about 13 days ago and I'm still having cramps! It's a very dull, constant ache (in the lower...More
Posted by tie1978
Herpes Over 50
Can Herpes show up 28 years later?
Posted by Anon_172447
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Menopause Weight gain
In February I quit smoking after 30 years; in March I found out I am in Menopause; since then I have gained...More
Posted by minnesotadh
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Fishy vaginal odor
Can anyone offer advice on fishy vaginal odor that does not go away. Please help!!!! I'm...More
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58 Not In Menopause, Gynecologist Havoc
I am 58 years old and have just been told via blood tests that I am NOT in menopause yet. I have been...More
Posted by abbracadabra
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Confused!
Had my uterus along with cervix removed in 2000 hence has no period to alert me of menopause onset. My mother...More
Posted by lamb57
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Leg pain with hot flashes
I have several hot flashes a night with leg pain before the hot flash. The leg pain is in both calves and...More
Posted by constanceg
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menopause symptons
I am a 52 yrs. old. I have not had a period for about 3 yrs. or so. I have had hot flashes for quite some...More
Posted by slaw1962
Chest pain and hot flashes
Hi- I've just read the post and have just begun experiencing chest pain at 41. I was hospitalized, got...More
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balance cream (Kokoro) and Phytoestrogen Complex 1...
Does it make sense to take these two together? When browsing through the vitamin shoppe website it said these...More
Posted by tamrenraw
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menopause mimics heart attack
I am 38 and people including doctors are telling me I am too young for menopause symptoms. I have to think I...More
Posted by higherpowr
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Post Menopause Clotting
I have not had a period since February 2013 (20 months). I went to my primary care physician for a physical...More
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