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HEY THERE LADIES . DO ANY OF YOU EXPERIENCE COLD FEET WHEN ITS NOT EVEN COLD OUT??

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    Yes I do, but I think that is caused by your circulation rather than the menopause, but I am happy to blame all my other problems on the menopause lol.

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    hi donna i get the cold feet all the time and sometimes i wear two pair of sucks and nothing helps so i dont know if it is due to hormone or circulation but i know our circulation gets effect by change of hormone ,now im wearing sucks and covering my feet with blanket and still cold frezzing

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      I was freezing cold in the beginning of my menopause. Had a heating pad and electric blanket for months. Now at 50, and no period for almost 2 years, I sweat more often than not. It's been hell! This has been the worst time in my entire life! Aches and pains all over, dizziness, nausea and vomiting, diarrhea heart palps, increased blood pressure and blood sugar. You name it, pretty much have it. Golden years? PLEASE! Hard to enjoy life, when you feel like you're dying slowly everyday!

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      I have been almost 2 yrs. without a period . It just makes me anxious when diffrent things come about such as cold feet and i been getting dizziness but its weird its mainly at nite after i go to bed or anytime during the day if i happen to look up . I guess i need to put on my big girl panties and go to the doctor

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    All the time...and the crazy thing is, it happens more during the summer / spring time than during winter / fall.

    Its almost like my feet temperature run in opposite to the actual weather outside 😦

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    My feet are always cold... it's historic!! 😦

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