Need reassurance...

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Hi Ladies, hope alls well with you. Even though I know, I still somehow need reassurance that everything is normal...been a year since having a period but still having these horrible scary body sensations which gives me funny hunger feelings, woozy in the head & just really 'off" n not right 😖 I think a lot of the moody stuff has settled a bit but at times I can still take flight aboard my broomstick in a crying frenzy! LoL😳 Is this all normal, will it ever go away? so sick of feeling crap....might get a fairly good day or two then wham! it's back, "ha ha not finished with ya yet!"  Just can't help thinking whether I will survive all this, have also thought I might have something terrible n terminal wrong with me but all n any tests I've had come back normal. Think my herbal menopause tablets are helping but still early days.

Take Care all, keep well.

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    Hi there. I dunno but sounds like a mix of maybe (MAYbe) occas. hypoglycemia and the usual peri symptoms. Does any of it go away w snacks or meals? Just guessin' around.
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      Hi Laurie, most of the time eating will eventually settle that weird feeling. Some days are worse than others, seems like I'm eating every couple hours just to keep B/S on an even keel...surprisingly I'm not a roly-poly puddin' with how much I can eat LOL sometimes it can be just a horrible sensation that sweeps through my body which makes me feel wonky n  weird but that too eventually subsides. 

      Take Care 

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    Hi Bobbins

    This is such a roller coaster ride isn't it? I know I definitely suffer more if I don't eat and have come to realise my blood sugar level has a lot to do with the Wobblies 😝 I hate waking in the morning, that's my worst time. I often wake in a panic and feel sick and it takes lots of determination to get up and get moving. By evening I'm fine though and could take on the world. What's that all about??

    Take care my friend

    Anita xx

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      Hi Anita, hope you're doing ok. Like you & others, mornings can be a mixed bag of woozy wonky wobblies, which makes any decision to venture out n have a life near unanswerable sigh...gggrrrr! 😖 Yes, usually as the day progresses you start feeling better....exactly WT?! lol. 

      Take Care xo

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    Hi, mornings are a nightmare for me, im wobbly, my head is fuzzy and i get quite dizzy and have to eat something and it takes me until around 1 to actually feel ok. Ive had this for 6 monhs now and i am sofed up, i get so mny dark days where i cant see light at the end of the tunnel, its such a horrible feeling but my 2 sisters are 49 and 51 and are both going through the same, my 49 yr old sister has been told shes post menopausal  but is still having periods. It doesnt help that my daughter has epilepsy and has been free of fits for 3 months and yesterday had a mild one but the headache lasted a while. It just sets me back again and my nerves come back. Hope it will end soon. Just want my life back
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      Hi Lea, hope you're doing well & your daughter is ok. Yes, the light at the end of the tunnel seems very elusive! I'm 55, been a year since a period & so far 18mths of this...not happy! 😡  also I gave up smoking(cold turkey) 18mths ago & that's when everything went pear shaped, am sure it made any menopause symptoms I had a thousand times worse, the symptoms were beyond horrendous but compared to then many things have settled but am still waiting for an end to it all. Trying to keep positive.

      Take Care, keep well.

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