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Understanding Common Symptoms

With the natural hormone fluctuations that happen during perimenopause and menopause, you may encounter some symptoms that are disruptive to your busy lifestyle. Your experience is very specific to your own body; you may experience many symptoms, just a few, or – for some lucky women – none at all.

Taking Femmerol® every day has helped many women maintain a healthy hormone balance without chemicals or synthetic hormones. This natural and smart approach works with your body to help keep you comfortable and stay active and fulfilled.

Hot Flashes

This symptom is most commonly associated with perimenopause and menopause. Hot flashes are uncomfortable and potentially embarrassing, depending on the severity. They can strike at any time, taking some women from cool and comfortable to overheated and sweating in an instant. Hot flashes can be made longer and more severe with lifestyle choices like smoking and drinking alcohol.

Hot flashes occur when lower estrogen levels inaccurately signal to your brain that your body is too hot and sets in motion a process to release excess heat and cool your body down. They can lead to heart palpitations, dizziness and nausea.

Mood Swings

Thanks to hormone shifts during menopause, some women can suffer from temporary drops in serotonin levels – the hormone and neurotransmitter that promotes a healthy mood balance. This drop can cause feelings of depression, irritability and nervousness.

Night Sweats

These are hot flashes that occur while sleeping, typically felt suddenly and intensely as a rushing of heat over the face and upper body. Like other hot flashes, some women may experience heart palpitations, dizziness and nausea. These can often lead to exhaustion due to sleep being disrupted, sometimes often, during the night.

Vaginal Dryness

Many factors can contribute to vaginal dryness, including hormone fluctuations, stress, medications, contraceptives, cleansing products and tampon use. While women can experience this symptom at many stages of their lives, menopause can exacerbate it, causing further discomfort. Dryness can cause an itching or burning sensation and can make sex difficult and uncomfortable, as well as increase the potential for infection.

Palpitations

Decreased estrogen levels can impact the cardiovascular system, leading to overstimulation of the sympathetic autonomic nervous system to cause irregular heartbeat and palpitations. During menopause, many women experience palpitations, sometimes during hot flashes. Along with palpitations, there can be dizziness, shortness of breath, chest pains, fatigue and feelings of anxiety.

Joint Ache

Estrogen helps play a role in inflammation reduction, and as levels decrease during menopause, there may be an increase in inflammation and pain in your joints.

Breast Tenderness

Caused by hormone imbalance, breast tenderness can be experienced during menstrual cycles and menopause, typically a result of low estrogen. Swelling and discomfort can be disruptive to your days and nights.

Cramping

During menopause, women can experience menstruation-like cramping without having an actual period, thought perhaps to be due to conflicting signals sent by hormone imbalance and fluctuation.

Headaches

As hormone levels fluctuate, blood vessels respond by expanding and contracting, which can lead to headaches that can be quite severe and debilitating for some women.

Water Retention

Decreased levels of progesterone can cause water retention and bloating, creating a feeling of heaviness, discomfort and weight gain.

Concentration

Hormone imbalance, specifically estrogen deficiency, can affect the ability to concentrate or cause mental blocks. This may make it difficult maintain a train of thought or, to concentrate on everyday or complex tasks.

Dizziness

Fluctuations in hormone levels can cause episodes of dizziness or vertigo. Other symptoms of menopause, such as hot flashes and headaches, can additionally contribute to bouts of dizziness.

Excessive Nervousness

A sudden drop of estrogen levels circulating in the body, reduce production of mood regulating neurotransmitters, such as dopamine and serotonin. Excessive nervousness can affect day to day life, and make falling asleep and staying asleep extremely difficult.

Depression

The fluctuation of hormones, particularly low estrogen levels, are the underlying cause of depression during menopause. Estrogen plays a large role in the regulation of brain function. Decreased estrogen production causes serotonin levels to drop, and cortisol levels to increase.

Irritability

Fluctuation in estrogen levels cause a hormone imbalance that effects the brain's ability to regulate mood and emotion.

Hot Flashes

This symptom is most commonly associated with perimenopause and...

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Night Sweats

These are hot flashes that occur while sleeping, typically felt suddenly and...

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Breast Tenderness

Caused by hormone imbalance, breast tenderness can be experienced during...

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Palpitations

Decreased estrogen levels can impact the cardiovascular system, leading to...

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Concentration

Hormone imbalance, specifically estrogen deficiency, can affect...

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Dizziness

Fluctuations in hormone levels can cause episodes of dizziness or vertigo...

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Vaginal Dryness

Many factors can contribute to vaginal dryness, including hormone...

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Excessive Nervousness

A sudden drop of estrogen levels circulating in the body...

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Joint Ache

Estrogen helps play a role in inflammation reduction, and as levels...

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Cramping

During menopause, women can experience menstruation-like cramping...

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Water Retention

Decreased levels of progesterone can cause water retention and bloating...

READ MORE

Headaches

As hormone levels fluctuate, blood vessels respond by expanding and...

READ MORE

Mood Swings

Thanks to hormone shifts during menopause, some women can suffer...

READ MORE

Irritability

Fluctuation in estrogen levels cause a hormone imbalance that...

READ MORE

Depression

The fluctuation of hormones, particularly low estrogen levels...

READ MORE

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Common Symptom Relief Options

Many options are available to women suffering from perimenopause and menopause symptoms. Before you choose what is best for you, it is important to understand what each approach does and its possible side effects.

No one will know how menopause affects your body more than you, so educating yourself is essential to making the right decisions for your overall health and well-being.

Natural Supplements

A number of plant-derived ingredients have been shown to help reduce symptoms of perimenopause and menopause, and there are many dietary supplements on the market that incorporate these ingredients in their formulations. These natural products have none of the side effects associated with prescription therapies. Instead, they provide a gentle and safe option to women who want a more holistic approach to easing their symptoms as they complete their transition.

Femmerol® has a proprietary blend that includes more helpful ingredients than other natural supplements for women during menopause, addressing more of the uncomfortable symptoms. The ingredients are all tested for potency, purity and stability. They are making it easier for the body to absorb the ingredients and benefit from them.

Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT)

This kind of treatment comes in many forms – including oral medications, patches and topical gels or creams – though all of them are designed to introduce supplemental estrogen (and sometimes other hormones as well) into your body to boost your lowered levels during menopause.

While this can effectively relieve symptoms for some women, it counteracts the natural process that your body is going through to get to the next stage of life. Even though HRT is used to relieve menopausal symptoms, it has been shown to increase the severity of a number of the symptoms it is meant to treat. In addition, HRT can increase risks for breast cancer, strokes, heart disease, gall bladder disease, dementia and blood clots.

The body’s ability to process and absorb the forms of estrogen in some of the medications is also up for debate. Concerns have been raised over some brands, which use various types of estrogen derived from the urine of pregnant horses. Because some of these estrogens are natural to a horse’s body and not a human’s, there are questions over a woman’s ability to effectively process these.

The bottom line with hormone replacement therapy is that you need to be informed of what you are putting into your body and how it could adversely affect your health.

Medications to Address Individual Symptoms

Many women work with their doctors to treat individual symptoms with specific medications, such as anti-depressants, those used to prevent or treat osteoporosis, or medications intended for other conditions but found to help with hot flashes. It is important to understand the potential side effects with each medication and potential drug interactions between them.