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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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Menopause Support can provide support to the body through all stages of the Menopause but is especially useful when broad range of symptoms such as hot flushes, irritability, tiredness, pains and aches, vaginal dryness etc kick in.

  • Made from fermented soya beans
  • Support for all stages of the menopause
  • Also contains magnesium and hibiscus

A herbal dietary supplement containing soy isoflavones, magnesium and hibiscus extract for all stages of the menopause.

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  • Trish's photo avatar
    Trish — 12.01.2019 20:43
    I am 49 and just went into menopause a few months back. I did not think it would be this bad. Nausea and anxiety has me tied up in knots even though I have min stress in my life. I am slim, get plenty of exercise, eat healthy until all this nausea started. Now I am having anxiety and can barely drink or eat anything. I am anxious to finally go to the doctor in hopes they can give me something to cut the nausea so I can atleast eat and drink. I most of all pray this doesn’t last the rest of my life.

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    • Eileen's photo avatar
      Eileen — 14.01.2019 15:29
      Hi Trish Hopefully the tips above will be of benefit for you, sometimes simple things work well! However, if you don't see any improvement then it is best to check with your doctor.

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    Felicia — 20.12.2018 23:23
    Hello Eileen, my name is Felicia and I am 43. I was diagnosed by my Gynecologist with perimenopause. My question is for up to a year my periods began to change with very dark periods almost as if I had major blood discharge then 2 days later heavy bleeding. Well for about 3 months now I haven't had a period. I began to have night sweats, heavy weight gain, upset stomach, nausea morning and evening, always tired, feeling depressed, and can't sleep at night. My face has terrible acne breakouts and my breast often pain and ache. Are these common systems and if so is there anything I can take over the counter or natural remedies? I feel terrible and so sick! Thank you kindly, Felicia!

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    • Eileen's photo avatar
      Eileen — 21.12.2018 08:29
      Hi Felicia Your symptoms are common ones as you start the approach to the menopause and are usually caused by falling oestrogen. You may find our Menopause Support can be of benefit here as it is known to gently raise and balance oestrogen - you can sign up for a free pack to try www.avogel.co.uk/join Nausea (and spots!) is often caused by a stressed liver which, again, is quite common. You may find taking the Milk Thistle Complex for a couple of months can be of benefit. Nausea can also be caused by dehydration and low blood sugars so remember to drink lots of plain water every day and eat little and often. Milk Thistle

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    ScherryLee — 13.12.2018 23:47
    Hi my name is scherry I. M going to be 48 on December 22 and I was spouse to get my period on Nov around the 20th and I haven't got it yet I. M feeling sick getting cramps I don't know what to do wait until I get it or go to my doctor please help me on what to do

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      Eileen — 14.12.2018 07:13
      Hi Scherry Missing periods are often one of the first signs that you are approaching the menopause, you are in the average age range 45-55 so it is possible that you are on your way. However, if you are worried at all then please do see your doctor.

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