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I am so thankful I have found this forum, reading the posts makes me realise that a) I'm not mad and b) I'm not dying! In July I had a fainting experience, sent to the cardiologist who after tests says your heart is grand but here are some beta blockers for the palpations and fainting thing. 6 weeks later I am getting very sick, I am in constant state of this falling feeling, vomiting etc. I ended up in a&e 3 times and am told to go to ENT. Head to ENT who tells me I have Meniere's disease, a lifelong, terminal disease! I get sicker and sicker and finally take myself off beta blockers and I begin to improve - in two weeks I had lost a stone and my body was shutting down. Now I am off them I can focus on what is really happening to my body and after reading your posts I believe it is the menopause. I am constantly uncontrollably crying, I haven't driven in weeks because I am afraid!!!!!! What??? I definitely have anxiety issues and I am thinking of the worst possible outcome of things. My neck is so sore with an aching feeling and this morning I felt so bad I couldn't even sleep it off. I know I am rambling but could this be menopause and these male doctors just don't think about it?
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