Peri Menopause - a lot of Questions on symptoms.. HELP

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Ok so I had a period this month without provera and it was a nightmare I was going through some

Changes. One of the symptoms I'm Leary about is the earache, eye burning, blurred vision, weird feelings and now a sharp quick pain in the middle of my chest , and a cough. Is that symptoms of perimenoupause or maybe something else.

My other question if I continue to have periods every month without provera will these symptoms eventually go away or no?

I just want to be a normal person again . I feel fatigue but my hard race a lot. I have energy some days and some days I don't..


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    I also get the ear eye and blurr vision as well think its a part of this ugly thing we call menopause grrrrr
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    Dear Tracy,

    I dont know about provera but the watery blurred eyes and earache are definitely peri symptoms, i have had them all! The pain in chest could be the acid reflux (another peri symptom) this caused me to have gastitis which caused discomfort in that area. Keep an eye on it and if symtoms persist get it checked out. Hopefully the reflux wont cause you any further problems but if discomfort gets worse it could be that it might (persistant heartburn and chest pain) x

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      Yes coughing is what happens to me especially at night, try not to eat and drink too much before bed and i have bed slightly elevated, drinking caffeine sometimes will bring reflux on then the coughing x
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