Fatigue and bloating

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I have been suffering from extreme fatigue and indigestion, dehydrated as well, the symptoms comes and goes, I've been having it for the last 4 months, I'm not sure what is happening if it's perimenopause related. I eat well, but sometimes I get nausea, and hunger pangs, some times I lose appetite but later feel hungry,  it's an on and off thing during the day. Some days I'm symptoms free. It's a very strange situation, anyone feeling this way.

i am 50 yrs old, periods are crazy, every 3 wks. 

I have alos notice my hair falls a lot after each wash. Depressing really.

kadija

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  • Posted

    Unfortunately, all those on-off symptoms you mentioned above are awful peri-menopausal symptoms.
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    Sounds familiar! I used to think I was permanently getting a virus but I've recognised now that they are perimenopausal symptoms. Today I am starving despite eating well but nauseous periods intermittently. I've been losing hair on and off for about 2 years which could be linked to heavy periods but I'm not convinced. My hair is also growing back coarse! At least you know you aren't on your own with this!

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    Yes this sounds all too familiar. I have been battling indigestion, bloating, gassiness that gets trapped in chest area, heartburn, hunger pains and nausea too. Estrogen can turn our digestive tract into such a tail spin! 🙄

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    Hi, you have just described how I have felt for the last two weeks! I'm waiting for it to pass. I thought I'd gone past all these mad symptoms but they keep coming back. It'll be the flushes and anxiety again next I guess. It was breathless and palpitations in January.

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