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Dizziness and menopause

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  • Christie Cochrane's photo avatar
    Christie Cochrane — 24.04.2017 20:48
    I suffer with the lot of all the simtoms and now my lower belly part as swollen and weight gain I am worried

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    Janice — 23.04.2017 20:55
    Please can you help me i am a total mess . i am going through meno. An suffer from severe depression . i have started having dizzy spells and going off balance . i cry nearly all the time . is this all normal .. Thabku so much x

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      Eileen — 25.04.2017 15:55
      Hi Christie, I feel I need to ask more questions, could you email me in the ask a question box? Have you been to the doctor and are you taking any medication at the moment? Do you still have periods? Thank you

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      Eileen — 25.04.2017 15:55
      Hello Janice, Sorry that you are having a difficult time. If you suffer from severe depression, the menopause symptoms can often overlap and vice versa. The doctor may need to review your medication, so make sure that they are aware that you feel menopause symptoms breaking through. Have you had your iron levels, low thyroid or low Vit D levels tested recently, as these can often arise ?

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