Books to help this change.....

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I'm Too Young For This by Suzanne Sommers with her gynocologist.  The natural hormone solution to enjoy perimenopause.


Balance your Hormones, Balance your life by Dr. Claudia Welch

Wish me luck as I need some answers! 😀😀😀😀

Got them online at Chapters...why 2 books you ask?

So I could get the free shipping. lol


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    How funny I was just about the same topic Dottie smile

     'What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Menopause" John R Lee MD

    " What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About PeriMenopause" John R Lee MD

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      Hey girl we need all the info there is about this change.  I haven't read them yet but the back covers sound real good.  Today was a good energized bunny day so got lots done cause tmw may be a couch day.  I read on couch days 😃😪  haha. I don't know how some work and deal with this stuff going on.  Have a good day! xxoo
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      Hi Astrid you are lucky to work in upper management you can hide 😇😤 This is 2 days in a row I feel better.  I stopped the useless multi vitamin.  I found vitamins by Jameisen.  I take vitamin A, B6, B12 I found a higher dose, C drink milk and yogurt, D, E and there is no F but I created one and its a swear word!  haha This better help.  Take care and have a good day dear!  xo
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      thats what I did and was in my peri... for five years of it before moving here.

      certainly need an office chair, I couldnt of stood on my feet all day..

      but working full time keeps you focused and mind on other things i found.

      hope your well hun

      Jay xx

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      Hello Dottie, Jay

      Yes thanks goodness for an office my desk draw has more vitamins on it than a Pharmacy lol.

      Correct work does help for sure.

      Stopped a few of the supplements though and Jay please don't shoot me 😄but I am taking Menopause Support Formula with "soy" isoflavones and the flashes are subsiding and the night sweats its made by Active Naturals.

      Hugs to you both, keep smiling xx

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      Howdy Astrid glad the flashes are going.  You mean you stopped flashing coworkers oh oh you mean hot flashes?  lol. We do what we have to do to feel better.  Are they at the drug store?  My sister has terrible night sweats.  I told her to sleep in her birthday suit.  😓😱😳😃. Chat later! 😄😄
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      Hi Dottie 

      hahahaha i always near to wearing my birthday suit ..

      when i had the severe bout in the summer ..


      still take my kit off when i am on fire .. 😮

      jay x

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      Hi. You can tell I'm feeling better.  I'm back to being sarcastic.  Maybe I never stopped?  🎀 Oh well.  😃😃 I found B12 with 1200 mcg so that's better cause I need energy. If I dont have energy I feel awful.  It ruins your life really.  I used to be energized bunny but perimenopause threw everything out the window.  Trying to survive happily.  Take Care xo
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      hi Dottie 

      when i took B12 orally i had 5000mcg B12 5000mcg Methyl, red label, cherry sublingual ( melt on the mouth) chewable powdery ones ..

      from amazon sites ..

      B6 also helps energy, always take in morning ( i think you said you do) get the benefits for the daytime .. you dont want to be energetic at bedtime

      oooo errr misses..

      how much B6 do you take .. 100mg 

      Jay x

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