What you need is a little understanding. As regards your marraige failing, a little understanding, a lot actually needs to be afforded in premature menopause, because while I am 51 and unmarried, with no kids, the crying I find a big problem, that coupled with hhot flushes, nightsweats, and tiredness amongst others adds up to a tough bundle for your family and friends. Try natural remedies, I have a medical doctor in my family and she does encourage me to try them. A remedy called Black Cohosh is recommended as is Red Clover. Consult with somebody in a health Store also you'll need to take Plant Oestregen or something, (Linseed added to your Cereal or Porridge could help) or get it in tablet form in your health store, ( Google Menopausal Symptoms and remedies).Try and cut down on English Tea ( I am in Ireland & drink a lot ) or Coffee if you drink it, as I find that caffeine of any form aggravates the condition. Re weight, take your focus off food, menopausal symptoms make you want to eat a lot, but focus on the healthy stuff, lots of fruits and vegetables, wholegrains, basically fresh un processed foods, and SALT, cut down drastically on salt and foods that contain it. You may find your sleep pattern is affected, so definitely dont have caffeine in the 2nd half of the day, drink herbal teas, try Camomile Tea with a good spoon of real honey if you want a supper time drink. Good luck 28 year old, and remember people have to be understanding, you can't help how you feel. As regards your husband, tell him to get a life and step up to the plate and be a man and support you, you would do it for him I am sure if needed. Good luck from GorettianneView Thread
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