pains and nausea

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Hi i have been on here  over a year, i check in every week and comment on many posts. I am 47 I have all sorts of problems like you all, re early periods, late periods, anxiety, sleep problems, muscle pains in my neck and shoulders and the fatigue uggh. I have not experienced any flushes and have only had a couple of night sweats. I am still feeling very nauseous at times but mainly early evening which is accompanied by belching and sometimes acid. Sometimes the nausea occurs shortly after eating.  I am experiencing weird pain in my toes and altered sensation only 2 toes effected on my left foot. Anyone else have strange toe sensation? Also i keep getting mouth ulcers , am i run down or could this be down to hormones?   

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    OMG! While reading the toe sensation I thought you are describing me! I have this odd feeling, numbness in the long and third toe that does not seem to be related to my sciatica. I have had this on and off for around a year, and never thought it could be menopause related. I just assumed it to be related to my lower back problem that I had a  few years back. 

    I used to have nausea immediately after eating a  few months back, but I started drinking warm lemon water with food, and  that has almost gone. Do try it. If you think it is too sour, then do add a few drops of raw honey to the warm water. It does wonders.

    All the best...and do tell if it helps you too.  

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      Hi prat, my toe problem is my 2nd and 3rd toe it is so strange, i am always checking them as think there must be something visibly but, they look normal. I will try the warm lemon water after eating. Do i use a whole fresh lemon? xx

       

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      Hi amanda, the 2nd and 3rd toe feeling must be connected to some hormone thing! How strange is this coincidence otherwise? LOL!

      Reg lemon, see how much lemon juice you can tolerate without spoiling your taste-buds. I usually add around 1-1½ tbsp to a large glass of water. In the beginning I added ½ tsp honey, but now that I am used to the taste, I don't. 

      Do post if you notice any difference afterwards.

      All the best! smile 

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    I too have had the aches and pains in neck and shoulders and 4 days ago developed a twitch in my left eyelid and my feet hurt to walk on.  I am 55 and started going through peri bad about 3-4 years ago. Weird symptoms and anxiety, and very heavy periods. Now I only get them every 3-4 months last one being New Years weekend. The next and shoulder pain only started happening a couple months ago. I never have a day where I feel good and now this twitch is driving me crazy! Has anyone else had painful feet and eye twitches?
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      Yes! Both feet issues and eye twitches. But of course when I see the doc both are gone. The foot thing switches from right to left and so far never both at once...thank heaven. Sometimes tingling and sometimes it feels like I'm retaining water but it's not swollen. I also have heel pain when I get up but that has been diagnosed as plantar fasciitis. But even that goes n comes...I'm just so fed up with these shenanigans! So you are not alone! Amanda...you're

      not alone either!

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      Dear Nancy

      Im two half years post meno but in the earlier stage I did have alot of eye Twitching! It went on for some time but does die down eventually. I get numb toes occasionally still and now painful heel which sounds like what the other lady has plantar facilitis

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      Katy,

      Thanks for replying to me. I will chalk it up to another peri menopause symptom and hopefully it will go away soon. Day 5 of a bad eye twitch and sore foot. What’s weird is it’s my left eye and right foot lol. So irritating! Happy Easter!

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      Hi Katy, i have also suffered with plantar fasciitis a couple of years ago (left foot only) i did the step heel drop exercises and it eventually went.  I feel like a right nutter at times i believe my GP and family  all think i am a right hypochondriac. x
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    I was wondering too, do you ladi s get ringing in your ears too? That’s another thing I’m dealing with.
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