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Peri-menopause

The peri-menopause is the transitional phase leading up to the menopause

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Menopause Support can provide support to the body through all stages of the Menopause but is especially useful when broad range of symptoms such as hot flushes, irritability, tiredness, pains and aches, vaginal dryness etc kick in.

  • Made from fermented soya beans
  • Support for all stages of the menopause
  • Also contains magnesium and hibiscus

A herbal dietary supplement containing soy isoflavones, magnesium and hibiscus extract for all stages of the menopause.

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  • Nik's photo avatar
    Nik — 25.07.2017 00:56
    Thank you

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  • Tina's photo avatar
    Tina — 24.07.2017 00:52
    I think i may be going thru peri-menopause. I have been having night sweats for a while now also the hot flashes. But, recently i have been waking up with bad nausea. Its to the point that i have missed work. I can't even drink my morning coffee without throwing it back up. Its a daily battle just getting up and getting myself moving around without throwing up.So im desprate is there anything i can take to stop it?

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      eileen — 24.07.2017 14:36
      Hi Tina This is very common as you approach the menopause and your hormones start to change (it can be a bit like morning sickness!). You may find doing some gentle liver work helpful. The liver can get very stressed with all the hormonal changes going on and this in turn can cause nausea. Try to avoid high fat, sugar and salt foods and caffeine and drink lots of water as dehydration (which can be caused by flashes) will make this worse. Acupuncture may also be of benefit so worth looking into. https://www.avogel.co.uk/herbal-remedies/milk-thistle/index.php

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    Debbie Start — 14.06.2017 16:28
    Hi, I had an hysterectomy when I was 27, I kept my ovaries but I'm now 47 and I have just had blood test that show I'm in peri menopause. I have night sweats, hot flushes throughout the day, my neck and shoulder is in pain and I have joint pain in my hand and I some times get slightly dizzy. I have trouble sleeping and I am very emotional, I can cry at the drop of a hat for nothing. My next doctors appointment is not for 2 weeks and I could do with a little advice on what I can buy to ease all my ailments please.

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      eileen — 15.06.2017 12:17
      Hi Debbie Your symptoms are some of the common ones you can experience on the approach to the menopause. You may find our sage tablets can help with the flushes and sweats and these tend to work quickly. You could try the tablet with your evening meal and if they help the night sweats you are going to get a better night's sleep which can often help to reduce day time symptoms. Remember to drink loads of plain water as dehydration is a big factor in joint pain and also dizziness. A magnesium supplement 200mg twice a day can often help with mood and sleep too.

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You won’t get the menopause the minute you turn 50! The average starting age is actually between 45 and 55 and it can often depend on a number of factors including hereditary, weight and health, however every single woman will have an individual menopause.

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