Menopause symptom

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Helo girls does anyone suffer from tingling lower leg and numb feet that comes and goes? This also happens in wrist and fingers - beginning to bother me. 

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    Hi Sophie. Pins and needles extremely common in peri/menopause. It's always worth checking it out with your doc, of course. If you type '34 most common menopause symptoms' into google, you should find a medical website that lists them, and you'll be surprised what's on it! x
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    not sure about tingling but i get numbness in my right foot pain in my wrists and thumbs I thought it was part of the aging but i am going through the menapause I never thought of that 
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      Hi Sue thank you - my right foot has been going numb on and off today - it's not a good feeling - hate it. Also really boring to be suffering from nearly of all the symptoms meno throws at us - just feeling like life is so unfair at the moment as everyone else around me seems fine unlike us on this forum.  thank you for your comment and for all the comments from everyone else. 
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      That's another thing; I seem to be the only one in my group of friends of a similar age that's experiencing all this nonsense. Why? If it's hormonal, and every peri/menopausal woman must have hormone issues by the very nature of the thing, then why isn't every woman a complete nutjob like me?
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      i am just shocked at what symptons the menapause brings i was just getting to terms with my symptons of anxiety but even my doctor said she felt sorry for me going throught the anxiety and depression and the menapause the menapause excascebates everything tenfold.if i every come back I want to come back as a man. joking aside its absolutely horrid and does affect you big time
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      im like that lisa i honestly thought i was getting lazy and that isnt me at all I dont go out half as much and im more than happy when i get in just to sit and do nothing
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      I know what you mean Sue. I almost feel guilty for not wanting to do anything but rest & potter around at home. Trouble is I am ill with a couple of other non peri related illnesses at present, which I think is largely contributing to me extreme fatigue, so won't really know if it's the peri also causing it until I am better with the other health problems. time will tell. I am not lazy either, but the smallest errands out of house or even hoovering exhaust me at present. I suspect it is part peri causing the extreme fatigue as before I got ill with the other problems, I found it hard to get through normal routine of my week at work & keep up with housework!! xxx
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      ditto loulou yes I to have other health issues that prevent me for doing a lot but  like you i go to work come home and root on my chair like you even the simple jobs seem like a task its like i have no motivation hopefully i will grow out of it lol 

       

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