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Hi. I have now developed bloating with nausea and wind?? Plus sore in mouth anyone else have any these ??? Feeling so fed up now

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    Hi Barney, dont worry everything you've mentioned is common meno symptoms. The sores in your mouth can easily be sorted but the other issues are probably going to hang around for a while unless you get hrt. Hope you feel better soon hun XXX

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    Oh yes...I get a sore in my mouth at a certain time of the month...I fart like a freight train in the mornings, and after dinner every night.  Nausea comes and goes.  I have a sore right knee/leg almost constantly.  I get cranky with any typeof stress. My teeth hurt.  I get three day headaches after my period...I could go on...

    But the anxiety has left for quite a while now after being stuck in the house with it for so many  years...so if I sound like a freight train who cares!!!  lol!  Gotta love this time of life eh?  But I have to say...I can deal with everything except the anxiety...that was horrific!

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      Oh geez, your post gave me just the giggle I needed!  That is some good stuff, right there!  When I was little and my grandmother was going through this, she used to fart with every step she took after dinner!  As a kid, I thought it was hilarious...believe me, I am not laughing now!   Well, okay, maybe a littlelol

      Honestly though, I am so bloated that I look like a martini olive.  It is awful.  And I am nauseous every morning.  Kind of like motion sickness, even when I am still in bed.

      All of this I can deal with too, but the anxiety is really getting to me.  It really is horrific.  Reading your post gives me hope that I will come through it though.

      Thank you, I needed that.

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      the other side of anxiety is an AMAZING transition.  I used to not even be able to go for groceries...and now I want to get in my truck and road trip by myself!  It's unexplainable.  That was a lot of years of suffering...but when you see a glimpse of that light at the end of your tunnel you will know...but be afraid to go toward it at first.  

      This summer is going to be my summer...I want to buy a trailer that I can hook up behind my SUV and just go where the wind takes me...visit family...take the grandkids on camping trips...hubby is always working anyway...and I will come home once a week to wash his clothes LOL!

      I just want to enjoy life now...and I hope that anxiety never hits me ever again.  I almost lost my life over it a few times...it got really scary!  But these days I am emotionally free and I am going to enjoy every minute of it while it lasts.

      There is definitely hope...hormones change...survive the downturn and life gets awesome

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      Your post is so positive, I feel like I am going to cry.  There is hope for me too!  I do hope you have a wonderful Summer, it sounds like you have earned it!  You go with your beautiful self!!!  Visit the beach for me if you get a chance!
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      Hi there Indifferent - oh boy your post has given me some hope - can I ask how long it took you after starting menopause to finally feel good? I am 61, 5 years post & I am having some really horrific symptoms.  Mainly anxiety, very vascular flushing, just strange ailments. Did you ever take anything, HRT? BHRT? Inquiring minds need to know - Glad you are on the other side now - 

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      I am not near done with menopause yet...been in peri since about 2012 (the anxiety, dizzy, terrible part of it anyway.  I am not even 50 yet...still having periods...and many other symptoms of peri...but the anxiety left me completely in the summer of last year sometime.  Well the daily anxiety did.  i was still having some lighter episodes of it...and then nothing.  I get 'nervous' for a day before my period now.  That's it.  I hope that part of this trip is over for good.  

      I didn't take HRT or anything that would interfere with my hormones.  I watched my diet, ate as clean as I could...used Bach's flower remedies...and still carry rescue remedy in my purse but have only needed to use it twice in recent months.  I started taking vitamin D daily and a very good chewable multi.  All those things helped i think.

      The anxiety is hormonal...we all know...so I am not sure how much effect anything really has on it going away completely.  Rescue remedy and a couple of the other flower remedies were a great aid, that's for sure.  For me anyway.

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      Definitely hope Karen!  Absolutely.  I am still in peri...have been since 2012 or before.  The anxiety was a years long issue...the part I had the most difficulty dealing with.  But it does pass.  I have a few years to go I'm sure...I am only 48 at this point.  But for now...i will enjoy this break from the mental part.

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      Hi indifferent - Thank you for responding - hey Karen, I didn’t mean to hijack your discussion - i guess this journey is very individual - when I was in peri, my main issues were insomnia, always hot, weight gain, flooding & reflux & headaches - since post menopause, I really suffer from vascular flushing, anxiety, bloating, gas, weird pains in upper quadrant & back, joint pain & weird sensation in my calves & tops of my feet. The vascular flushing really flips me out cuz it feels like my brain is not there & I often feel dizzy and my face gets really flushed, oh & let’s not forget about the heart palms.  I feel like I have suffered in some capacity for 10 years...I just want this to end.  I have Rescue remedy everywhere, my purse, car, under my pillow and also drink a magnesium drink, Vitamin B, fish oil & D...I am hopeful that I may be on the tail end - fingers crossed - 🤞

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      Hi there, boy do I know the excess gas problem. I never used to be windy but since this, thank god I'm surrounded by men who just laugh it off or turn it into a contest! It makes me feel so much more at ease. I totally agree that the anxiety and panic attacks are totally the worst, mine have made me agoraphobic. I havent been out the house since begining of last Dec. And since the final crash at end of Dec well that was cherry on the cake time. So many symptoms and so badly too. Thank god for hrt and super vits! Glad you are feeling better hun as am I now we can all get through this together if we hold eachothers hands. XXX

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      Hi Barney - not sure if Rescue Remedy actually helps the symptoms, but it does give me psychological assistance...kind of like a life preserver - it’s my go to when feeling anxious - 
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