Need some advice on Menograin

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Hi ladies.

I was given Menograin for anxiety. I have all the other symptoms of peri under control but I still straggle with anxiety. I do take vit B6 150mg, B12 with folic acid, magnesium, iron and black cohosh but only for a 2 weeks now. I know it is not long enough but I just needed something to help me in the meantime. The pharmacist gave me Menograin, the main ingredient is clonidine hydrochloride. I did google it but I think it is a bit suspect. 

Maybe somebody knows a bit more about it.

Thanks

Nonnie

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    Hi Nonnie

    not heard of that Nonnie ... i will google too to see what it is ..

    Jay xx

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    I have only heard of forms of hydrochloride prescribed for vertigo. I do struggle with anxiety though and the doctor was happy to prescribe something. Also CBT is very helpful.
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    Nonnie

    how are tou finding the Black Cohosh ?

    that can have side effects...  i was going to take it years ago but decided against it and opted for Maca ...

    none of these side effects effect you do they ....

    Side effects of black cohosh may include:

    Indigestion

    Headache

    Nausea

    Perspiration

    Vomiting

    Heaviness in the legs

    Weight gain

    Low blood pressure

    Jay xx

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    Hi Jay, I have only been using it for 9 days. So far I don't have any of the side effects you mentioned. I think it will be good for my blood pressure because it is high.

    Nonnie.

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