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Panic attacks and menopause

Panic attacks can be a frightening symptom of the menopause


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  • Glori's photo avatar
    Glori — 26.12.2017 23:45
    I find I am experiencing a lot of anxiety and my blood pressure is high, should I be concerned


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      eileen — 29.12.2017 09:38
      Hi Glori Falling oestrogen can affect the blood pressure and trigger anxiety so these are common symptoms. However, high blood pressure does need monitoring so it is best to get it checked by your doctor as well.


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    Lydia — 26.12.2017 00:39
    I know: 'when you're going through hell... Keep going' but please make this end!


    • eileen's photo avatar
      eileen — 29.12.2017 09:38
      Hi Lydia If this is really affecting your daily life have you had it checked out by your doctor?


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    Kerri — 12.09.2017 05:15
    Can you take this if your already on Zoloft and lorazepam?


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      eileen — 12.09.2017 10:38
      Hi Kerri Please can you let me know which of our products you are referring to, thanks.


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