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My wife suffered a stroke last sunday and the doctors are seeking in the dark. There seems to be a relation to here menopause, her blue toe a few years ago. Her LDL cholesterol was 2.8 (which is slightly higher then acceptable for people that suffer a stroke). She smoked a lot. But not anymore of course. I looked at her agenda of the last few years and what I did is that I registered all complaints about painful legs, painful toes, pailful arms and numb feeling of here left upper body, eye migranes. All this together seems to be related to here monthly period. 3 to 5 days before she was starting the menstruation period she got these complaints....does any specialist her maybe know what the relation would be here. Please help....it's my wife and I don't want her to pass away of course......the stroke she had was during her menstruation period last week. She has suffered bad injuries because of this stroke.....very bad.
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I had the marina coil removed 14months ago after having in and renewed over 16yrs..my periods have not returned I have been trying for a baby the past 14 months. I've been told my fsh is high. And they believe I've been through my menopause and now want me to take hrt. I am not willing to five up as I still want a child. Can anyone help please
I had the Norplant in the early 1990's when I was 20 years old. I had two children before use and two after. Although doctors refused to believe me I started menopause at 32 and was confirmed post menopausal by a new doctor at 37 years old.
My wife is 45 years old, she was given a one months dose of prednisolone in February 2016, there after she hasn't got her period and her blood pressure is fluctuating higher than the average not responding to anti hypertensive. She undergone Bilateral tubo-ligation about 12 years ago. Can we start thinking of premature menopause due to predisolone? if not what can be done to reverse the situation including stabilizing the her pressure?
Hi, i am 45 years old. Long story short, last April my consultant decided that i need explorative surgery for my pains and that a coil should be fitted. I wasnt totally convinced as mt pain was not cycle related but he said there where no serious side effects. Well after 6 months of pain i had it removed in November. I have only had two periods since, the last in February. But i have been suffering hot flushes since February day and night. I have had blood test and have the docs tomorrow to discuss them. I have undetected oestrodiol levels and low hcg. I think he is going to tell me i am menopausal. All the females in our family didn't go through the menopause untill late 50's. I think is related to the coil mirena . Please let me know your thoughts. Uf it is i am outraged that something i didn't need may caused this. Really cant cope with the hor flyshes. Xx
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