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Okay, got noone to talk to about the symptoms, i just started my period again, i swear i was on it like two wks ago. I blow up easily, have no patience, have no sex drive suddenly, and am a grouchy ass. are those symptoms, and i cant take hormones if they would help, Mom has had breast cancer in both breast, grandma had ovarian, and my other grandma also had breast cancer. so im doomed.. lol
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      Tuliplady wrote Jan 30, 2012
    • There are a lot of options out there besides taking hormones. For starters, make sure you‘re eating right and getting enough vitamins.  For me, that makes a world of difference.  But, if you‘re getting your period every two weeks, you probably ought to see a medical person.  I had a friend going thru every two week periods and she went to the accupuncturist and got straightened right out.

      Tulip




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      Vikki Hall wrote Jan 30, 2012
    • I’m grouchy too but I find that if I control my diet all the yuck stuff stays in line more.




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      Cc-u wrote Jan 30, 2012
    • That happens to me sometimes, though it sometimes is exacerbated by stress.  I tried hormones back when it was regularly every 2 weeks, but that just pushed around & didn’t eliminate it.  It could be nothing, but have an ultrasound done just in case.  For me it was just something I had to put up with.  You probably are not doomed!




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      Tracy Lynn Brown wrote Feb 1, 2012
    • This is the first time that i have had this happen. And i beleive i am ok. I dont think i am in perimenopause, and i really dont know alot about it. We have had alot of changes in our lives in the last year, and i have had tons of stress. But i do think it is getting better.. oh thank god for that.. hugs




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