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Nausea and the menopause

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

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  • Heather 's photo avatar
    Heather — 10.10.2017 15:18
    Thank you for the great advice and information. Really appreciate it.


  • 40 and Scared's photo avatar
    40 and Scared — 09.10.2017 13:19
    I’m turning 40 next week, woke up drenched in sweat and nausea like in my pregnancies and STILL feel sick at 8am. Is this peri-menopause already and how long is it going to last?


    • eileen's photo avatar
      eileen — 10.10.2017 11:52
      Hi 40 is still a little young for most women to start the menopause so it is best to get your symptoms checked out by your doctor first just to rule out any other health issues. However, if it is connected then I have posted a more comprehensive video on nausea and what you can do to help yourself.


  • Stephanie Kennedy 's photo avatar
    Stephanie Kennedy — 21.09.2017 01:27
    I'm 47, soon to be 48. I had a hysterectomy 8 years ago due to several benign cysts and polyps in my uterus causing severe pain and heavy bleeding. I have been experiencing several signs of menopause. But this severe nausea and hot flashes have recently started. I'm on day three of Amberen. I sure hope it begins to help me soon. Any suggestions from anyone? I also have a very stressful job, and I read that stress can trigger the symptoms even more. Help


    • eileen's photo avatar
      eileen — 21.09.2017 15:51
      Hi Stephanie Nausea is a common symptom in the menopause and can be caused by several factors. Fluctuating oestrogen levels can be a trigger (a bit like morning sickness in pregnancy!) but falling oestrogen levels can also affect the digestion, leading to a stressed liver, which in turn can cause nausea. You may find taking Milk Thistle Complex helpful, as this is traditionally used to support the liver, and you could add in a soya isoflavone supplement such as Menopause Support. This is used to help gently raise and balance oestrogen levels, thus reducing symptoms. Nausea can be caused by other factors, however, such as low blood sugar or dehydration; so do make sure that you are eating a good diet, with healthy snacks between meals, and drink plenty of plain water as well as your other drinks. Stress can play a huge part in menopause symptoms so trying to keep in under control either through stress remedies or relaxation/deep breathing can be of great benefit.


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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.

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