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RRAYNER Posts: 1,063
4/8/13 11:19 A

emoticon Going to be turning 60 later this month and I have to admit the menopausal symptoms have subsided quite a bit (naturally). Good luck... emoticon

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LUANN_IN_PA Posts: 16,806
4/17/12 2:05 P

"Can dieting and exercise bring on hot flashes?"

Actually, exercise releases endorphins, which ease the symptoms.

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4/17/12 10:53 A

Seems like I "overheat" more than I use to. If I exercise in the morning, I need to allow extra cool down time, or I start sweating after I shower, and cannot do my makeup!! I just figure I'm burning more calories!!!!!!

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CATHYDAYS Posts: 30
4/17/12 9:20 A

Okay....last period was.....humm?????? well over 18 months. Last hot flash was Oct. 2011.
So my question is...Can dieting and exercise bring on hot flashes?
This last month I started getting hot flashes BAD. Even worse then the ones before although not as frequently.
Every female in my family has had Hysterectomy's before menopause so have no one else to ask. emoticon

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