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Namaskar Zazenyoga,

Good to see you back posting again. Nice thread. :) It is now, "Yoga for Perimenopause."

You are right about most docs. Funny thing is women doctors in western medicine are extremely eager to have their female patients cut for anything. You would think we could get a little understanding from women doctors instead of recommending a biopsy for everything.

Even things they know 100% aren't cancerous. These people are happy to cut us up for everything. If you have good insurance they will cut you in a heart beat.

About Peri symptoms:

Yes, Dizziness, light-headedness, episodes of loss of balance are symptoms of perimenopause. Below is a much larger list of most of the more common symptoms.

Hot flashes
Night sweats
Loss of sexual desire
Insomnia
Menstrual irregularity
Decreasing fertility
Changes in sexual function - Loss of interest
Changing cholesterol levels
Vaginal dryness
Sleep disturbances
Eating issues
Weight problems
Mood swings
Anxiety
Indigestion
Flatulence
Gas pain
Skin changes (crawling or itchy skin)
Irregular heart beat
Irritability
Sudden tears
Irregular periods
Gastrointestinal distress
Nausea
Bloating
Increase in facial hair
Dizziness
Light-headedness
Depression
Exacerbation of existing conditions
Increase in allergies
Weight gain
Hair loss or thinning, head, pubic, or whole body
Loss of balance
Changes in body odor
Tingling sensations under the skin and in the head (feels like electricity)
Fatigue
Feelings of dread
Difficulty concentrating
Confusion
Disturbing memory lapses
Gum problems, increased bleeding
Burning tongue
Burning roof of mouth
Bad taste in mouth
Change in breath odor
Osteoporosis
Changes in fingernails: softer, crack or break easier
Tinnitus: vibration, ringing or buzzing in ears
Aching pain, sore joints, muscles and tendons
Increased tension in muscles
Breast tenderness
Headaches
Tingling in the extremities

OM Shanti,
Priyah

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