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Dizziness and menopause

Dizziness can be a worrying symptom of the menopause

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  • Anne Lothian 's photo avatar
    Anne Lothian — 16.07.2017 18:12
    Problems with light-headedness when out shopping?!

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      Theresa — 16.07.2017 23:17
      Hi i am choosing to stay off HRT. Dizziness is a nightmare and have been given anti dizziness tablets which seem to be doing the trick. I can handle the rest of the symptoms albiet challenging but the dizziness has been debilitating.

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      Theresa — 16.07.2017 23:17
      Oh and get bloods done first by gp like i did to rule out other things and i cut out caffiene and sugar which didnt make a blind bit of difference.

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    Azmat Begum — 09.07.2017 16:27
    Hi I have night sweats headaches feel exhausted and really bad dizzy spells, where I feel I cant function I am 48yrs old, still having irregular periods. Dr has offered me HRT will this help with the dizziness. I cant cope anymore

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      Eileen — 11.07.2017 14:20
      Hello, Sorry to hear that you are struggling. Dizziness can be a serious condition, particularly if it doesn’t go away after a few days. It can also be caused by factors such as low iron or low blood pressure or too much sugar or caffeine etc. I am not sure what tests the doctor has done or if you have tried other remedies. However, your doctor will be able to confirm if your dizziness is a symptom of the menopause, in which case hormone treatments, such as HRT, might help. Take care

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    Helen Stubbs — 21.06.2017 14:48
    Hi! I had a dizzy spell 7 days ago,my blood pressure was sky high. I was checked over at hospital,it wasn't a cardiac and my blood pressure came down. I was absolutely fine for 3 days and my dizziness returned. I'm waiting to see if my iron is low. Im 55 and still have periods. Is this normal as I a, feeling quite anxious about this sudden change in my health.

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      eileen — 22.06.2017 12:13
      Hi Helen Yes, this can happen, falling oestrogen can really affect your blood pressure control and sudden changes can trigger dizziness. Acupuncture would probably be really good for this so worth looking into. Remember to drink loads of plain water throughout the day and eat little and often (but not high salt or sugar foods). Both dehydration and low blood sugar levels can cause dizziness too. Low iron is another factor so good that you are getting this checked out. You may find taking a magnesium supplement 200mg once a day can help to reduce your anxiety.

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