Menopause advice needed please

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Hey I'm a newly on this forum and would like some advice please,I'm 49 just turned and had a hysterectomy in my late 30's and these last few months have been terrible with low moods,night and day sweats ect,went to my gp ,had full blood count and I'm in the blows of menopause plus very low vitamin d count.I started on antidepressant and a estrigien h r t tablets.All was well the first week my symptoms almost disappeared then I woke up a couple of days ago and fell to the floor really dizzy and nauseous,after reading through the side effects I put it down to the h r t meds.Iv stopped them for now until I can get in to see my g p.The sweats have come back with avengence so I'm hoping I can get back on track Asap .Can anyone recommend a good h r t tablet or patch I can ask the doc to look at please. Thanks 

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    Oestradiol - they are bioidentical.  The brand I use is Estraderm MX 100, but it may be a different brand where you come from.  Patches (transdermal) are much safer than tablets.  If you can get an oestradiol pellet for implant, they are even better, but try the oestradiol patch first.

     

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    Hi. I'm 40 and had ovaries removed and have been on estrogel which I've found fine. Good thing with gel is you just rub in rather than having patches on you or tablets which go through your organs. I'm still looking at right doses but I'm on the minimum at the mo and stopped the flushes and seeing how I'm not producing anything naturally now that's good going. Gp said it will take a few months of getting things right and for body to get used to constant dose to feel 100% but tbh I'm almost there after 4 weeks 😊 good luck
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    Iv wrote down everything you have all suggested,many thanks for your replies,I'm thinking the implant would be a good option for me,I will discuss it with my gp x 😃 thanks all x
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