As I said in my last post, I am living with both ALS and menopause. I also mentioned that I was about to start taking a pharmacist-recommended over-the-counter pill for the symptoms of menopause. For me it was hot flashes.
The first night I took the supplement, I had zero hot flashes! However, the next two nights, I burned from inside. Then, on the fourth night, I didn’t have a hot flash. And I haven’t had one since! The best I can tell, is that my body was bombarded with a pill it didn’t expect and that’s why I didn’t burn the first night. It wasn’t a surprise on nights two and three, so it had to build up in my system. That’s why, I believe, I haven’t had a hot flash since.
I would recommend that if you’re going through menopause, whether you are living with ALS or not, to speak to your doctor about what you should take for your menopause symptoms.
Psalm 71:12 – Oh God, be not far from me: Oh my God, make haste for my help. (KJV)
I am so glad you have found what helps you. Hooray.
To your advice I personally would add: Query the doctor’s advice and check for side effects and alternatives, including complementary meds.
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Hello! I agree with what you said. I did mention speaking to one’s doctor. Your further info is certainly appreciated!