Thanks for the tips! Before reading this though, I purchased a small bottle of Mini Omega-3 (fish oil 1290 mg) as I had watched an episode of "The Doctors" and this was highly recommended for mood/sleep, etc. I do have a question about starting this regimen...what is the average time frame when starting something new for it to build up in your system and it really starts to work?
I love reading all of your responses so keep them coming!
This is my very first posting on WebMD, and I'm finding all of this info very helpful! I am almost 43, hysterectomy 14 years ago, haven't had sex in god-knows how long now (by choice), and lately I find if I exert myself in any way, such as even just vacuuming, I feel the need to rip off all my clothes and just do it naked due to the profound sweating that happens. And about a week ago, my arm brushed up against my right nipple, and the soreness and tenderness was excruciating. Now it is both nipples. So I guess a visit to the doc would be the next logical step? Check my hormone levels? I forgot to mention the night sweats as well...ick.View Thread
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