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    An_253482 posted:
    I am a 38 yr old female, never had major health issues, now I have frequent anxiety attacks, high bp, fatigue & major allergy or sinus trouble , been to doc 3 times in month cant get a straight answer
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    SethR responded:
    Your description is classic. Have you considered hormone replacement therapy? Most post menopausal women will consider this as an option.
     
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    cjh1203 replied to SethR's response:
    SethR, she's only 38; what makes you assume she's post-menopausal?
     
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    jdunbar responded:
    I am 39 and going through the same thing minus the allergy and sinus troubles. Have they been able to figure anything out?


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