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Itchy skin during the menopause

Itchy skin can be an irritating symptom of the menopause

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  • Sheila's photo avatar
    Sheila — 14.04.2018 16:04
    I am suffering with patches of red itchy skin round my neck and all in my folds bk of legs and front of arms hope you can help me

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      Eileen — 16.04.2018 12:45
      Hello Sheila, Can you please let me know if you have has this checked out by the doctor or had medication to treat it?

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    Sarah — 02.04.2018 03:09
    I am 43 and for over a year now I have suffered with hot itchy skin in my pubic area, this often wakes me in night and is beginning to get me down. I have tried loads of different things including antihistamines, creams, tablets cotton underwear. Only an ice pack helps any suggestions please ?

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      eileen — 03.04.2018 12:53
      Hi Sarah Please can you let me know if you get swollen ankles at all, thanks!

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    Estee Kriescher — 26.02.2018 14:45
    Hi, Can I take menopause support with Apixaban blood thinning tablet for DVT and the mini pill Noriday?

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    • Eileen's photo avatar
      Eileen — 26.02.2018 15:32
      Hello Estee, Unfortunately, the Menopause support tablets are not suitable if you are taking any hormonal contraception.

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      Estee Kriescher — 26.02.2018 16:42
      Thank you for the reply x

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