Menapause and Bronchitist

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Since August I have been unwell with my asthma, bronchitist and constant chest infections, can this be because, I'm in the early stages of menapaaus. 

Im 50 next year, I had a full hysterectomy in 2008, I have one ovarie left no tube. 

Has anyone else had this problem ? 

I have had asthma and bronchitist since I was 7yrs old, but also had TB when I was 16 which scared both my lungs. 

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    Sounds to me that you are dealing with 2 different health problems. You should go to your doctor.
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    I had full hysterectomy 3 years ago, have sciatica and for the first time ever, got a chest infection which will not go away. I've had two lots of pills from docs - that was weeks ago, and it will not shift.

    I have other health problems, I am sure that all this makes the chest infection worse.

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    I would go and see your doctor too, one friend of mine told me that sometimes we chalk up everything to menopausal symptoms and yes there are a lot of issues, but, sometimes its not,. I know personally I have trouble figuring out whats what. Today I was really nauseous and I was having bad heat flashes, so, I am wondering too. I would say see the doctor to be on the safe side.
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    Yvonne, I never had astma or bronchitis but just after I entered peri (lost 1 period), I has several symptoms as I had.  Very bad breathing, look-alike alergy or cold symptoms.  With time everythig settle down and I hope you will feel fine.  I know doctors do not know much but always visit one, do the tests, just to be sure.  Good luck smile
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