I'm 46 and I'm getting nite sweats. Is this the beginning of menopause? I'm looking for a homopathtic way to be proactive about this. Any advise?
I've been hearing about this new pill that is a natural supplement to prevent menopausal symtoms. I too would like to know if anyone has tried it yet.
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1 Replies |Report This| Share this:I've heard the radio spot too about the natural way to relieve symtoms.I'm 46 and I'm getting nite sweats. Is this the beginning of menopause? I'm looking for a homopathtic way to be proactive about this. Any advise? <br /> <br />I've been hearing about this new pill that is a natural supplement to prevent menopausal symtoms. I too would like to know if anyone has tried it yet.
Report This| Share this:I've heard the radio spot too about the natural way to relieve symtoms.Hi meowfive,<br /><br />Your GYN will be able to give you some great advice about medication (even if you prefer natural) Please do a great deal of research before trying anything from an infomercial. <br /><br />Dr. Minkin (our new expert) has some great information about some natural remedies: <a rel="nofollow" href="http://abcnews.go.com/video/playerIndex?id=7210451">http://abcnews.go.com/video/playerIndex?id=7210451</a> Please keep us updated. :)<br /><br />Lainey
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