Lady care magnet, update

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Hi everyone

Just thought I would update

I’ve been wearing my magnet every day for the last 5-6 months and I must say that my hot flushes have more or less disappeared, still get a little over heated at night but nothing like I used to get.

I forgot to wear it one day and went to work! Well it seemed that every time I had to talk to someone a great wave of heat swept over me, I won’t be forgetting again!!

Has anyone else had a good response using this?

Take care

Lou

 

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    I've never heard of that.. what's the name of it lou and where would I get one.. im in ireland.. I'm peri menopause at the moment and b12 deficiency
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      Lady care magnet

      I bought mine in Boots it was about £24 not cheep but I was willing to give anything a try, you wear it down your knickers about a couple of inches from your belly button!! I hardly notice its there any more.

      I also take B6 and B12 vits has helped loads with my dizziness/spaced out feeling.

       

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      OK ladies, there's a party in my pants lol

      thats what I keeing singing to Dazza

      bought magnet this morning - find it hilarious that it's sparkly purple (hence the song)

      will feedback on results 

      also trying to go dairy free - that's more of a challenge?

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    Hi there, yes I use magnets and most of my symptoms reduced.  May be coincidence but who cares!!!  I wear it every day and wil keep on doing so!!LOL
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    Glad you mentioned these. My mum is always going on about them after reading that Patsy Kensit uses them I think. 

    Do you wear them at night too? It's night sweats that I have the most problems with. 

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      I wear it 24/7 the only time I take it off is to shower, has defiantly reduced mine both day and night, day time I maybe get one but even that is much milder and the same at night.

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      Hi JoycieJane

      If Patsy Kensit's coping mechanisms on CBB are anything to go by, I think I'll give em a miss!  She's an emotional wreak!! 

      no seriously, I'm up for giving most non-med treatments a go before giving in to HRT.  Think I heard about these years ago: sure they're used to help PMT also??

      Thankfully, not got the full-blown dripping moustashe hot flushes just yet (like my sister had before HRT), but no doubt they're beckoning me as all through the night I am roasting. Not sweating: just an inner furnace. My husband says 'Christ! Your leg is boiling!', but I only seen to feel it when I wake up for one of my 5 wees in the night grrrr!!

      Just out of interest: when did you all start wearing them - when you were just boiling hot (like me) or with full-blown sweats?? x

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    Lou,

    What is this magnet ? I never heard of it!

    Loretta

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    Hi , unfortunately my experience with the magnet was totally different , although have to say wasn't using it for hot flushes ! Thought I would give it a try for mood swings , didn't make any difference to those , also had to stop wearing it as developed a rash and an attachment to the metal shopping trolleys in supermarkets ! Good that it seems to work for you different things work for different people ,just wish I could find something to help the mood swings ! 
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      No, I dont think its for mood swings, I bought mind for the hot flushes and it seems to help.

      As for the shopping trollieys, i'm quite short so not a problem for me lol

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