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    Dixie_1 posted:
    It's me again Dixie from Dixie lol, well I'm almost 52 now, and still having the hot flashes,sweats and not just at night, red face and red neck, you can just call me the lobster lady lol, Please dont misunderstand me I am not making fun, but I have cried so much I dont have any tears left, so I am trying something new laughter (its not working very good).....Ok so here is my question, when we have hot flashes can it raise your blood pressure for a little while? would love an answer if possible.....Thank You
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    bonton56 responded:
    I know what you mean Dixie I am 55 and have bee having hot flashes never know when they are comming the thing I hate is I get real dizzy and feel like I am going to faint horrible
    Bonnie


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