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    Hot flash & Night sweat relief
    I am 51 and started perimenopause 6 years ago. I experience hot flashes and night sweats heavily every two...More
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    perimenapausal help that works for me.
    I'm 47 jus started expeiraning hot flashes again after not having them for 10Yrs. Now I'm not having...More
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    Vaginal Odor
    Try using Crystal Salt spray, it kills odor causing bacteria. Spray it on the vulva and upper thighs. Works...More
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    Just had Hysterectomy 6 weeks ago and Im living in...
    I am the same, I am 45 yrs old and live in the country in Wi. I am a mother of 6 girls and 3 grandchildren,...More
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    Lemon juice
    I tried 1 teaspoon or more of lemon juice mixed with 6 oz. or so of water and drank it. It certainly helped!...More
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    Lemon juice
    I tried 1 teaspoon or more of lemon juice mixed with 6 oz. or so of water and drank it. It certainly helped!...More
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    Sleeping Tip
    I take a supplement Skullcap that has help me so much. Always check with your doctor first before taking....More
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    menopause
    I'm 52 havent had my period in 1 year and 8 monthsis this normal. My dr. Told over a year ago I was...More
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    Estring worked for me
    I've had this problem periodically since menopause - I am now 67. Cure for me was Estring, which actually...More
    Posted by Sandy1212
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    Cut out fat to reduce hot flashes
    Here's some good advice I got years ago from a nurse who had worked with Dr. Pritikan the diet specialist : Go...More
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    Cut out fat to reduce hot flashes
    Here's some good advice I got years ago from a nurse who had worked with Dr. Pritikan the diet specialist : Go...More
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    Mother of the menstrual cycle and its relationship...
    Menstrual pain is severe abdominal cramps during menstruation. They are divided into two preliminary...More
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    How to understand Premenopause and Menopause Sympt...
    Hi I need to know is it normal to have a period stop for 3 months from May until the beggining of...More
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    Exercise, exercise, exercise
    I think the thing that saves a lot of women is full throttle heart rate activity for at least 30 minutes a...More
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    A miracle!
    I am 50 and have been experiencing menopause symptoms since January when I went off the pill. I was thrown into...More
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    how long does menopause last
    I am 48 and just found out I am in menapouse. How long do the systems last?
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    Ending Menopausal Symptoms and Still Looking and F...
    Everything you need to know about ending it: Feisty Diva book - amazon.com. Inside of it - amazing diet,...More
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    yes I'm also going through this!
    I've asked my gyno about this also. I'm currently in perimenopause and haven't had a period for 5 months. I'm...More
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    Ending Menopause symptoms
    I found my solution with Mendapause. You can get it on Amazon.com and it totally stopped my night sweats...More
    Posted by dutchgirl73
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    Information
    This website has some information about Amberen. ...More
    Posted by lives4trap
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    mood swings/menopause
    I have so much empathy for all women that go through this,either mild or severe.I was put on a...More
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    Red Clover Blossoms
    I have done research and have been using red clover blossom 2x daily(750 mg from most vitamin places). I no...More
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    Tips for Menopausal relief
    I had Stage IIb Uterine cancer at age 26. I am a twin and my uterus never developed properly. It was...More
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    Fiction: Only women who no longer have a uterus should consider using esdtrogen-alone therapy (ET). For women with a uterus, the option ... More
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