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HI ladies,

I just want to say that the sage tablets I have been taking have stopped the night sweats completely, I can cuddle up to my man again I feel so much happier and im not stripping my bed every morning.

I even had some alcohol on friday (not encouraging this !) and it had no effect in the fact that it did not magnify any Peri symptoms.

I am not saying this will work for everyone, but i am so happy i needed to share this.

I am drinking Lemon in warm water every day on the whole I feel great!

Tomorrow accorng to the Hormone App that someone said to try, I am supposed to have a big dip in hormone levels as i make my descent into my monthly cycle, I will let you all know if the sage still prevents that dredded soaked bedding during this time. fingers crossed it does!

Thank God for sage !


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    So happy to hear sage worked for you. It's definitely not for everyone. I tried it and ended up in the ER with horrible pains in my stomach after a naturopath put me on them.

    They are highly recommended to hot flashes but then there's also a pill called hot flash that worked just as well. Thank goodness.  Have a nice day.

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    Hi ali

    The Hormone app,  is there a name for it, or is it called just that. really interested in using this.  thanks!

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    Good Morning Ladies, I have been getting some relief from the night sweats but I have been taking Mega dose Vitamin B complex and my naturapath told me to double the dose.  However, as the night sweats are often cyclical, I am not 100% sure if it is the B or changes in cycle.  (Had a hystorectomy 13 years ago, ovaries in tact) so have no indicators of when cycle is happening.  I also looked into flaxseed and a host of others, only to be told because I am Type 2 diabetic and have Protein S deficiency, I can't take any of them (HRT is out of the question for me too, couldn't even take the pill years ago without massive migraines and blood clots).  They have recommended Rosehip powder, am doing my own research on that one as it is quite expensive.  Good luck ladies, hope everyone finds their relief, I suspect as we are all so different, it is trial and error to find the one that works for us. xx
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