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Omg, what is with this sound sensitivity! Once again I thought I was losing it. Oh wow. I just dont understand why our physicians, especially if they are female, why do they not tell us what to expect?

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    Because they are idiots that’s why!

    I am so angry with them! I’m sure that if I was trying for a baby they would do everything! for me! I I I think that it’s about money.

    A woman at meno has no interest for them and they don’t care at all. We treat us as hysterical old ladies and the only they want to do is to prescribe antidepressants! I don’t find any difference between male or female gyns.

    My first gyn left me without help at 40 and I tried really hard to find a caring caring one. He said that if I didn’t take hrt, I would age almost immediately and I would have problems with my bones and my heart in 10 or less years. 

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    I actually think half of them don't know or understand a lot about it and just go by guidelines rather than treating us as individuals... so if you present with an unusual (to them) symptom of menopause they don't correlate to two and so treat the unusual issue alone rather than the whole package... I started the menopause very early and until I insisted on blood tests they said it just wouldn't be that as I was too young... I had the blood tests and proved them wrong. I'm now on HRT but struggling and my doctor doesn't really know what to do and so referred me to the practice pharmacist!! It goes on... 

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      There are ladies who have their meno at 20s or 30s! So the ‘too young’ diagnosis is a nonsense and without any medical basement!

      I feel that if we don’t get informed and don’t care for our health nobody will do for us! My first gyn told me that meno is a natural process and just to accept it! At 40!!! When I told him that I couldn’t work he just said, ok just stay home!!! 

      My last gyn was adamant that I had to take hrt immediately! And it gave my life back, thanks God! smile

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      Good for you! I'm pleased you feel much better on it.

      I'm on my second month of Femseven and at the mo feeling ok (after stopping the Evorel after 6 months) so fingers crossed this one is ok for me too but it was me who researched it and decided the progesterone in Evorel was causing the awful side effects. The pharmacist agreed so I swapped brands... 

      I started the meno at 41 and tried to carry on for a few years before admitting defeat... like you I just felt I could not carry on as I was. 

      Hope you continue to stay well. 

      A. 😊

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