Perimenapause and dry mouth

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Hi ladies,

Has anyone experience dry mouth every day with perimenapause, 

Please reply need all the information I can get. 

Thanks 

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    Yes certainly but particularly bad during the night and first thing in the morning. Not very pleasant. sad
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    Hi yes awful in the middle of night and all night long! I keep 2 bottles of water on my night stand , and need both of them all through the night, and then I'm up peeing every hour on the hour just about, but if I don't drink the water my tongue is stuck to the roof of my mouth lol... Oh how bad we all have it yuck.. Sick of all this 😒

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    Oh yes jacqueline, I have it every day. I have artificial saliva spray, pastilles, and special mouthwash for dry mouth. Its horrid and no matter how much you drink nothing seems to relieve it! You are never alone on here thank the lord, there is always someone here who has the same symptoms as you or have had them so never feel its just you! XXX
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      Hi 

      Are you in perimenapause is this even a perimenapause symtom I never had this before, also I biggest thing is fatigue although yesterday evening I felt so good didn't have fatigue so I managed to pick up the house a little it felt really good. But today is a different story 

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      Oh yes hun, do I have bags or do I have bags. I could go on the walking dead as a zombie and not need make up! And I agree with one of the other ladies, I know I have adrenal problems and am sure that the dry mouth and dark eyebags are related. Looks like I need some acupuncture too! XXX
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      Hi tina,

      I feel that I'm in a bubble with this brain fog I think my vision also change tried on my glasses the other day and I see blurry with my rx glasses these hormones are really bad 

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      Yes hun, they most certainly are! I've had all my primary 5 senses altered since this began. Been on hrt and various vitamins and diazepam since it began 3 months ago but I believe I 've been in peri for maybe 7 or 8 years without realising it. Ovaries finally died last December after a very sad and stressful period for me, so this damn thing can throw us a curve ball at anytime! XXX

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      It has helped alot, but it is not an overnight miricle. You have to persevere with it and be patient, and back it up with vitamin supplements too. I still get alot of symptoms and am seeing an endocrinologist for something else but getting him to check out all my hormones and whether or not I'm on correct type of hrt. Keep your chin up and let me know how you get on with your hrt. XXX

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      Yes hun its all part and parcel of this lovely process! Lack of even one hormone never mind 2 or 3 can make you feel like s**t both in body and in mind. Just dont let it get to you unless you feel really unwell then go and see your dr who I'm certain will reassure you that you are perfectly ok just menopausing! XXX

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