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Fellow GLP women…..menopause - hormones discussion

 
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Subject change from all this bs world issues….

Hello female overy born genders….(lol)

Yay to finally reaching my one year without my “friend”.
Nay to the night sweats that have been keeping me up all night.
Nay to the short term memory loss.
Nay to my recent through the roof high cholesterol.
Nay to the recent dark circles around my eyes.
Yay for not having any “dry” issues. Wink

The night sweats and not sleeping is killing me! I guess that’s where the “crankiness” comes in.

I would love to hear what everyone else is doing.. what is working, what doesn’t, and of course what natural remedies I can use in lieu of hormonal therapy.

What does my glp family have for me?

How’s that for a subject change? :)
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Subject change from all this bs world issues….

Hello female overy born genders….(lol)

Yay to finally reaching my one year without my “friend”.
Nay to the night sweats that have been keeping me up all night.
Nay to the short term memory loss.
Nay to my recent through the roof high cholesterol.
Nay to the recent dark circles around my eyes.
Yay for not having any “dry” issues. Wink

The night sweats and not sleeping is killing me! I guess that’s where the “crankiness” comes in.

I would love to hear what everyone else is doing.. what is working, what doesn’t, and of course what natural remedies I can use in lieu of hormonal therapy.

What does my glp family have for me?

How’s that for a subject change? :)
 Quoting: 10822R88


How about if you just stop worrying about your own little problems, and do something for somebody else? The distraction might surprise you.
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This is why us men dig tunnels.
We are a REPUBLIC.If we can keep it MORAN!
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Re: Fellow GLP women…..menopause - hormones discussion
Subject change from all this bs world issues….

Hello female overy born genders….(lol)

Yay to finally reaching my one year without my “friend”.
Nay to the night sweats that have been keeping me up all night.
Nay to the short term memory loss.
Nay to my recent through the roof high cholesterol.
Nay to the recent dark circles around my eyes.
Yay for not having any “dry” issues. Wink

The night sweats and not sleeping is killing me! I guess that’s where the “crankiness” comes in.

I would love to hear what everyone else is doing.. what is working, what doesn’t, and of course what natural remedies I can use in lieu of hormonal therapy.

What does my glp family have for me?

How’s that for a subject change? :)
 Quoting: 10822R88


How about if you just stop worrying about your own little problems, and do something for somebody else? The distraction might surprise you.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 82705606


I actually do everything I can for anyone at any given moment, so um, what’s your beef with me asking?
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This is why us men dig tunnels.
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Well then dig away, because this thread is obviously not for you.
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Bumpbump
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Re: Fellow GLP women…..menopause - hormones discussion
Subject change from all this bs world issues….

Hello female overy born genders….(lol)

Yay to finally reaching my one year without my “friend”.
Nay to the night sweats that have been keeping me up all night.
Nay to the short term memory loss.
Nay to my recent through the roof high cholesterol.
Nay to the recent dark circles around my eyes.
Yay for not having any “dry” issues. Wink

The night sweats and not sleeping is killing me! I guess that’s where the “crankiness” comes in.

I would love to hear what everyone else is doing.. what is working, what doesn’t, and of course what natural remedies I can use in lieu of hormonal therapy.

What does my glp family have for me?

How’s that for a subject change? :)
 Quoting: 10822R88


This kind of discussion is not appropriate in a Public Forum. Try to think of others instead of your own emotional problems. Bragging about menopause is beneficial to no one. Upgrade your mentality with some character.

Thanks.
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I'm a 47 yr old female using estrogen patches after a radical hysterectomy.

Completely agree that this forum is not the place for this thread. I recommend hystersisters.com and their public forum.
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as a man, im supposed to regard you as just another man now.
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This is why us men dig tunnels.
 Quoting: the deplorable ar-15 nut


Well then dig away, because this thread is obviously not for you.
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I've heard of women having really good luck with black cohosh, I've heard of iodine offering relief as well. I'm not quite there yet so can't say personally.

However, for night sweats, a bedjet or bed fan is the best thing ever. My husband is a hot sleeper to the point I was thinking I might have to get a separate bed because we would wake up with wet sheets from him sweating. The bedjet has stopped his sweating at night and we are both sleeping better.

Sleep alone will probably make life so much better for you. I am an awful person when I'm sleep deprived. Usually ends in tears, me or someone else or both.
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The best advice I have is to get the vitamin A out of your diet now. Cut back on all the cruddy plant foods. They’re full of phytoestrogens and beta carotene which may make you sick as you age.

I’ve used progesterone for a few years but may go off of. I have no symptoms of menopause and think it could be messing with my metabolism; my breasts have grown. I suspect thyroid issues so that’s what I’ll focus on next. Vitamin a probably interferes with t3 via inflammation.

Read Grant Genereux books Extinguishing the Fires if Hell. He argues all
illness is caused by vitamin a toxicity.
[link to ggenereux.blog (secure)]

The Carnivore diet is a zero a regimen. Everyone who does that diet looks and sounds supernormal.

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Adjustment is more difficult for those who have spent years on the contraceptive pill.
Warning proceeding to read this may cause anxiety, poster is indemnified if you proceed.

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You may also want to read Grants 2nd book Poisoning for Profits.
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Adjustment is more difficult for those who have spent years on the contraceptive pill.
 Quoting: PINKORCHID88LET'S GO222


Actually, I read a book called Screaming to be Heard by Elizabeth Vliet which says the bcp puts the ovaries at rest and can smoothe the transition. I took it for about 7 years and have no symptoms.
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fucking driving me crazy, I’ve been wondering here lately why I can’t remember anything

found these on amazon, they are keeping things tolerable, barely

I stopped using these pills for a couple of weeks to see if they did anything and I went apeshit, got back on them and ordered more

[link to smile.amazon.com (secure)]

there’s a tea the locals brew here in the Dominican Republic that also helps a lot, hagua fruit with prickly pear cactus and some herb called frescita but I don’t get it all the time because the fruit is hard to come by, the other things are in my yard

the sweating episodes drive me nuts in the middle of the night when I’m lying in bed, I feel like I need air blowing on me to counteract the sweat, I would walk into a tornado if one was available, that’s how strong the desire for wind is

my boyfriend is 4 years older than me, he said he went through this same thing, I didn’t know men got it until he told me, sweating just like me, it was over in a few years he said, lol

because I have turned into the Sahara Desert and don’t want to deny my poor boyfriend I have been using estrogen cream and some fancy lubes, I seem to have it under control but it has all but killed my desire, now instead of it being a fun thing it has turned into something that needs maintenance just to be normal, he said that will pass, too, eventually

I think if someone tried to rob me or accost me I could literally gore their eyes out with my fingernails if it happened in the middle of a hot flash and they denied me wind

I just bought new furniture and I told the maid if anything happens to it I would scream at her until she was on the floor crying, I was joking, not
Forgive your enemies, it messes with their heads.

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Actually I just rode it out. You become a crone and having fewer female hormones starts to balance you. I am much less of a maniac then I was.

It's a transition. It takes patience.
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I am 44. And im bout to lose my mind.
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Re: Fellow GLP women…..menopause - hormones discussion
Subject change from all this bs world issues….

Hello female overy born genders….(lol)

Yay to finally reaching my one year without my “friend”.
Nay to the night sweats that have been keeping me up all night.
Nay to the short term memory loss.
Nay to my recent through the roof high cholesterol.
Nay to the recent dark circles around my eyes.
Yay for not having any “dry” issues. Wink

The night sweats and not sleeping is killing me! I guess that’s where the “crankiness” comes in.

I would love to hear what everyone else is doing.. what is working, what doesn’t, and of course what natural remedies I can use in lieu of hormonal therapy.

What does my glp family have for me?

How’s that for a subject change? :)
 Quoting: 10822R88


My take on hot flashes is that the body heats up but forgets to turn it off- like a malfunctioning toaster one friend called it

So as soon as one started I treated with a sip of cold drink to stop the process

It was a really cold winter here - so I didn’t have to put blankets on the bed lol

The dryness is awful - but it went away after two years or so - normal now

You can get vag estrogen cream for during that time

Take your vitamins and drink coffee to keep energy up m

Blackstrap Mollasses was a blessing - I believe I was quite anemic and that recovered my iron and energy… and made my hair nicer

Supercharged me as I got over the anemia from very heavy periods forever

I couldn’t take a nap if I tried now

Oh- and use coconut oil in your coffee for your brain and memory - I put a tablespoon in both of my first two cups of morning coffee - nothing but good to say about that - just do it

Didn’t take any hormones - used to use wild yam capsules to regulate my periods

Don’t use doctors for much

Didn’t dry up and wrinkle up like an apple doll like they used to tell you about

Energy fine - same ups and downs
Weight fine - same ups and downs
Moods fine - same ups and downs
Skin and libido - same somewhat seasonal changes

Nothing to worry about

MAGNESIUM will help anxiety - sleeplessness - leg cramps - constipation and is super for the heart - no more palpitations like when I was in my 30’s

Just take it - everyone is deficient - makes nails and skin nicer too

Good Luck

I was never overly dramatic about female issues … and I just ignored most things until they went away … and they always did. Never ran to doctors or took pills.

Regular as a clock for 45 years. Then it stopped. Fine with me.
More time and energy for grandchildren !
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I'm perimenopausal and my sleep has been out of whack. I blame hormone fluctuations. Also suffering PMS for the first time in my life, for about a year now - backache, really bad cramps throughout my body and a drop in temperature. I've heard of hot flashes but wasn't aware of cold flashes. I've been drinking cherry juice and incorporating an anti-inflammatory diet to keep the inflammation/cramping down (prostaglandin) and that's helped a bit.

More on prostaglandin here:
[link to draxe.com (secure)]

More about cold flashes here:
[link to www.healthline.com (secure)]
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Subject change from all this bs world issues….

Hello female overy born genders….(lol)

Yay to finally reaching my one year without my “friend”.
Nay to the night sweats that have been keeping me up all night.
Nay to the short term memory loss.
Nay to my recent through the roof high cholesterol.
Nay to the recent dark circles around my eyes.
Yay for not having any “dry” issues. Wink

The night sweats and not sleeping is killing me! I guess that’s where the “crankiness” comes in.

I would love to hear what everyone else is doing.. what is working, what doesn’t, and of course what natural remedies I can use in lieu of hormonal therapy.

What does my glp family have for me?

How’s that for a subject change? :)
 Quoting: 10822R88

I'm 43 and dealing with perimenopause. It's a long story how I inadvertently discovered this. I buy food grade lavender and consume it in my shakes and brew it in my tea. Lavender acts as estrogen in the body...thus lessening some of these annoying symptoms.

[link to www.endocrine.org (secure)]

Last Edited by I like tacos on 04/20/2022 09:52 PM
I like tacos
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sounds like your over 38 or something. please if that is the case, stop farting... its absolutely DISGUSTING for a woman of that age

decent people all over the world thank you in advance
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I’ve been using this with great success.

Femmetrinol Menopause Pills New... [link to www.amazon.com (secure)]
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My adhd is off the charts!! Peri menopause just starting and wow! I am struggling with adhd like never before.
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Subject change from all this bs world issues….

Hello female overy born genders….(lol)

Yay to finally reaching my one year without my “friend”.
Nay to the night sweats that have been keeping me up all night.
Nay to the short term memory loss.
Nay to my recent through the roof high cholesterol.
Nay to the recent dark circles around my eyes.
Yay for not having any “dry” issues. Wink

The night sweats and not sleeping is killing me! I guess that’s where the “crankiness” comes in.

I would love to hear what everyone else is doing.. what is working, what doesn’t, and of course what natural remedies I can use in lieu of hormonal therapy.

What does my glp family have for me?

How’s that for a subject change? :)
 Quoting: 10822R88

I'm 43 and dealing with perimenopause. It's a long story how I inadvertently discovered this. I buy food grade lavender and consume it in my shakes and brew it in my tea. Lavender acts as estrogen in the body...thus lessening some of these annoying symptoms.

[link to www.endocrine.org (secure)]
 Quoting: I like tacos


That's interesting the research targets Lavender and Tea Tree specifically. The combination of Lavender and Tea Tree has been shown effective in treating methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA).
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5* I’ll be checking this thread in a decade or so hf
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I am 54 and was every 4 weeks like clockwork, except while pg/nursing and after I felt coerced into getting the J and J shot a year ago.

Then I had a heavy period for 3 months, then back on track, then another heavy period from Thanksgiving to mid January.

Since then, nothing. No hot flashes, no period, I never have slept much so nothing changed there. My boyfriend would say no mood swings but he's about the best guy to walk this planet so I'm not sure if he's serious.

I dunno.

I eat super clean, as in grow my own veggies and meat, get raw milk from a neighbor, lots of ferments, minimal grains, lots of leafy greens. I use a little weed. My 20 something daughters swear by it for pms/cramps.

I cannot say enough about how minimizing wheat, and grains in general has been good for the overall health of our family.

Oh..and homeopathic sepia is also great for a lot of menopausal issues.

Cheers
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Namaste player.
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The old lady is going through this. Has her period 25 days a month.
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The old lady is going through this. Has her period 25 days a month.
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The old lady is going through this. Has her period 25 days a month.
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Oh that's not good, hope she's seeing a Dr. hf





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