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menopause
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colliewollie12@gmail.com - October 30

when do you know you are out of the menopause, with all its associated symptoms

 

AlleyJames - November 5

Menopause Symptoms
The symptoms of menopause usually last for the whole menopause transition (until the mid 50s), but some women may experience them for the rest of their lives. The most common symptoms are:

1)Hot Flashes, Flushes and/or Cold Flashes
2) Night Sweats
3) Irregular Periods, Menstrual Irregularities
4) Loss of Libido
5) Vaginal Dryness
6) Mood Swings, Sudden Tears
7) Fatigue
8) Hair Loss or Thinning, Head, Pubic, or Whole Body; Increase in Facial Hair
9) Menopause Sleep Disorders (With or Without Night Sweats)
10) Difficulty Concentrating, Disorientation, Mental Confusion
11) Disturbing Memory Lapses
12) Dizziness, Light Headedness, Episodes of Loss of Balance
13) Weight Gain during Menopause
14) Incontinence, especially upon Sneezing, Laughing, Urge Incontinence
15)Sudden Bouts of Bloat
16Increase in Allergies
17)Changes in Fingernails-Softer, Crack or Break Easier
18)Changes in Body Odor
19)Bouts of Rapid Heart Beat
20)Depression
21)Anxiety, Feeling Ill at Ease
22)Irritability
23) Panic Disorder, Feelings of Dread, Apprehension, Doom
24)Breast Pain
25)Aching, Sore Joints, Muscles and Tendons
26)Burning Tongue, Burning Roof of Mouth, Bad Taste in Mouth, Change in Breath Odor
27)Electric Shock Sensation Under the Skin And In The Head
28)Digestive Problems, Gastrointestinal Distress, Indigestion, Flatulence, Gas Pain, Nausea
29)Gum Problems, Increased Bleeding
30)Increased Tension in Muscles
31)Itchy, Crawly Skin
32)Tingling Extremities
33)Osteoporosis (After Several Years)

 

josephine - June 28

i'm out of the menopausal stage for quite some time, but i still feel terrible aftermath.

 

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