I am 53, on Bioidenticals & am still having some cognitive issues. I am so concerned that I am wondering if it is something deeper than normal. I forget dates, names and the simplest word will escape me. I am reading about hot flashes and that kind of thing on this site; what about cognitive issues? Is this ever addressed here? Thanks.View Thread
Had a partial several years ago. Started having all the menopause symptoms a while ago. First doc wouldn't help because I was a smoker. Quit smoking then he said since my father died of a heart attack, I was not a good candidate for HRT. VERY FRUSTRATING!! I heard of BHRT & began using BiEST, Progesterone & Testosterone (creams). It took a little adjusting, but the hot flashes & night sweats are pretty much gone....along with my mind!! LOL! I can't seem to remember the simplest stuff. Words escape me all the time. Today I gave a wrong date to someone & it screwed up an appointment. I was so upset when I realized what I'd done that I almost started to cry. It's scary. I'm seriously thinking about having a brain scan done. People are noticing at work, too, which can be detrimental to my career. I'm a wreck about all of it.View Thread
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