Ask Eileen

Nausea and the menopause

Nausea is often connected to pregnancy but it can also occur during the menopause


Add your comments

Your email address will not be published. All fields are required.

Check input OK
Check input OK


  • Kami 's photo avatar
    Kami — 16.06.2018 02:21
    Responsible for my wellbeing and trying my best to take it easy and relaxation methods, drinking water, cut back on caffeine, less sugary treats, trying not to nap even though that is all I can think about doing. Hot flashes/flushes occurring more frequently during bedtime when I am not doing nothing but laying there. Anxiety is contributing to the suffocating trying to catch my breath. Shakiness after I awake in the morning like I just had pot of coffee jitters. Fatigue and hot flashes wearing me down.


    • Eileen's photo avatar
      Eileen — 21.06.2018 09:31
      Hi Kami Hopefully the tips above will help wityh the nausea and you could try the sage tablets, one with your evening meal, to help with the night time flushes. If you get a better night's sleep that can make a lot of difference!


  • Liz's photo avatar
    Liz — 14.03.2018 08:03
    i had a total hysterectomy at the age of 30. from the age of 35 until now aged 50. i have suffered with anxiety, panic attacks, heart panic attacks, dizzyness and waves of nausea. could all this be related to the menopause. any advice would be much appreciated


    • eileen's photo avatar
      eileen — 15.03.2018 16:13
      Hi Liz Please can you let me know if you were given HRT after the operation and if so are you still on it? Thanks


  • jacqueline's photo avatar
    jacqueline — 09.03.2018 10:18


Menopause support – Soy Isoflavones for all stages of the menopause

60 tablets

£ 14.99

Buy now

Menopause Support can be used to help you through all stages of the menopause.
More info

Here's what I recommend

As the A.Vogel Menopause expert, I recommend Menoforce® Sage tablets and Menopause Support to help you through this stage of your life

Learn more

Did you know?

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.

Learn the truth behind other menopause myths

Healthy & nutritious dinner ideas

Get new recipes in your inbox every week. Sign up now

Bloated? Constipated? Join our 5 Steps to a Better Digestion plan now