In menapause any body having symptoms

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Been in menapause 16 months now having racing heart dizzy light headed nausea now again health anxiety thing all kind of things get really hot and sweaty

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    Sounds about right. It will pass.
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    All the above and more!!! Hormones are a hot mess!
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    Yes it's all part of this beautiful word menopause, this will pass it usually comes and goes couple months at a time. 

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    Me too!  I found that cutting way back on caffeine took the edge off the health anxiety and the racy heart and the general sense of dread I had about my entire life...

    Now I can tell when I have had too much Diet Coke. I am googling a random body sensation out to the fifth or sixth page, convinced I am dying. (It's called 'cyberchondria' and I am the poster model.) biggrin

    We are always here--feeling' ya!

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    Hello Diane,

    Can be so many things. I'm 43 and didn't even think that all chils and sweating, bad memory, sinusitis and constantly inflamed throat, burning tongue, dry mouth can be related to hormonal changes. I very had bad experience and eventually the Consultant told me that my condition is related to hormones! So I'm not crazy and Thanose God no Cancer.

    When I was trying to talk to my GPS been tald that I was trying to connect to many symptoms together 😈

    Really grateful to the Consultant who was there listen to me.

    Now I have got constipation .?

    Will be back to my GP and make him to check my hormones.

    Blessings x

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