Sounds like your GYN done you a huge solid. So happy to hear you recieved help from your primary. I too have a through primary who realized the shrink my GYN sent me too after my menopause symptoms kicked in had me over medicaited and explained too me that I was'nt mentally ill and there was hope!! Thank you for the Drs who truely practice medicine and are in it to help and not just for the money!!
So glad to be among others like me. Not suffering alone anymore and more than that I feel liberated by the support I get from each and everyone of you!! THANK YOU!!View Thread
Have tried natural supplements for menopausal symptoms. Found a fairly new one on market that although not helpful with hot flashes as it claims. Atleast in the 2 wks I've been taking it no help in hot flash delimma. It has however increased my desire for sexual relations with hubby and I have also started producing my very own natural lubricant again. I also need no help getting aroused I get that way daily now just by going about my usual routine. Can anybody please tell me whats going on? Feel like I slipped into another dimension or alternate reality!View Thread
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