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What women are saying about Menopause Support samples

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    Nici Kingston — 24.09.2017 15:14
    Hi, I am currently taking venlafaxine an antidepressant which my GP prescribed because of suffering with migraines and taking sumatriptan for these. I am not happy with taking them and trying to wean myself off. Can I still take your project whilst doing this

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      eileen — 26.09.2017 14:09
      Hello Nic, The Menopause support tablets have no known contraindications with your medication, so should be ok here. It contains a little magnesium, this mineral is helpful for tension headaches in general. If you are weaning yourself off medication remember to let the doctor know for guidance. Take care

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      Nici — 30.09.2017 20:47
      Thank you very much for this advice. The sample pack arrived so will start trying them.

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    Joanne — 05.09.2017 17:46
    I've received menopause pack I'm not get the hot sweats much but haven't had a period in 4 months , I get anxiety aching joints and gastric should this be good to take or do you suggest anything else please

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      Jo — 05.09.2017 18:36
      I'm also in thyroxine

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      Eileen — 06.09.2017 15:28
      Hello Jo, The Menopause support tablets can help if you begin to suffer lots of different symptoms during the menopause. It should be fine with your thyroid medication. However, it is important to have regular symptom checks and have any medication reviewed regarding thyroid issues. In the meantime, drink plenty of plain water to nourish your joints and try a magnesium supplement to help reduce anxiety and relax muscles and aching bones. Best wishes

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    Jane — 04.09.2017 20:02
    Hi. Is this safe to take if you have endometriosis? I know I should be avoiding soy and don't want to aggravate my symptoms.

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      Eileen — 06.09.2017 12:44
      Hi Jane, this often depends on your individual situation. If you are able to email me directly at Eileen@avogel.co.uk with a little more information that would be great. Please tell me your age and what is currently happening with your periods at this stage.

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