unplesant dreams

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does anyone else suffer from unpleasant dreams? not so much nightmares but un pleasant dreams where people are really having a go at me. the week before last for five nights solid i had these dreams every night it went off for a few days and now they are back people seem to be verbally attacking me in my dreams. my husband though it was my medication but i have been on them before and been on them since march this year I am peri as well as being anxious

can any one help its quite upsetting 

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    Sue, What medication are you on, if you don't mind my asking?

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      Sue propranolol and fluctuating hormones are know to cause vivid dreams and nightmares. I've started a low dose of propranolol 3 weeks ago to help with migraine but I don't do well with side effects of meds so I'm trying my best to stay on them. I'm also on tibolone hrt but I don't feel any benefit so far, been on it for about 5 months now, I've never had flushing or sweating my main troublesome symptoms are off balance, stiff sore neck, anxiety, very low mood. I think I feel worse because my mum passed away in January this year, the grief is terrible

      I totally empathise with every lady on here, I can't believe that Meno can cause all of these symptoms

      Here's to better days....SOON PLEASE!!

      Hugs x

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    Hi sue, I experienced the same thing also. I was having strange weird dreams. They constantly woke me up at night. I would go to work sleepy and tired. I think this was happening because my hormones were changing. I got to a point where I didn't want to go to sleep, because of the weird dreams.

    Recently my dreams are becoming more normal. I stay asleep longer. I hope this a sign that my hormones are more leveled now. I noticed when I am more calm, and relaxed my dreams are better.

    It does eventually calm down. So hang in there.

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