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    vitamin or natural supplements to relieve menopause symptoms and increase sex drive
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    MelissaP2010 posted:
    Have tried natural supplements for menopausal symptoms. Found a fairly new one on market that although not helpful with hot flashes as it claims. Atleast in the 2 wks I've been taking it no help in hot flash delimma. It has however increased my desire for sexual relations with hubby and I have also started producing my very own natural lubricant again. I also need no help getting aroused I get that way daily now just by going about my usual routine. Can anybody please tell me whats going on? Feel like I slipped into another dimension or alternate reality!
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