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Anxiety and the menopause

Anxiety during the menopause can have a negative impact on your lifestyle

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  • Helen's photo avatar
    Helen — 15.08.2018 18:44
    Could you tell me if you can take soy isoflavenes with venflaxine and mirtzapine as i am on hrt and it is stopping working as well because of the carbamezapine i take?

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      Eileen — 16.08.2018 11:41
      Hi Helen There are no contraindications listed with taking Menopause Support with your other medication so it should be fine.

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    Mary Farmer — 02.10.2017 01:39
    I don't know what else to do. Tried everything other than prescription meds. The Amberan is amazing. Helps everything except my anxiety. Please help!

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      eileen — 03.10.2017 10:05
      Hi Mary Most menopausal women need loads of magnesium to help with symptoms such as anxiety so you may find adding a magnesium citrate capsule 200mg daily can help, otherwise you could look at calming herbs such as Ashwaganda or Valeriana. Acupuncture can often be really good for this so worth looking into.

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    Michelle harris — 16.09.2017 08:57
    Can i take these vitamins while taking sertraline and menopace

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      eileen — 19.09.2017 07:48
      Hi Michelle Menopause Support is fine with Sertraline but we don't recommend it with Menopace as they both contain soya, sorry.

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