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I am 37 years old

OBGYN dx me as being in perimenopause. I cannot take synthetic hormones because they make me break out into rashes. I would please like any advice please, on what may help.
I have a horrible time with moods and cramps leading up to my period.

Belladonna has helped me during a heavy period, but I do not know if one can use Bell before the period begins for other problems.

My Symptoms

Heavy sharp cramping mid cycle for days

Angry feelings, rage, depression, crying, picking arguments with husband

I need something to help me feel calm and not so irritable and irrational for the 4 - 5 days out of each month :( My husband has noticed this pattern in me too.
  Arwen on 2005-05-25
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you could try folliculinum or sepia - have a read about the symptoms on abc or elsewhere and see what you think.
erika last decade
Thank you Erika : )

I found that Pulsatilla Nigricans is closest to me.

I tried Sepia in the past and it made me ill and cramp worse.
Arwen last decade
If you are crying frequently then try the pulsatilla. otherwise consider the folliculinum if symptoms fit.
erika last decade
it is important for pulsatilla that you really are not a thirsty person at all!!
erika last decade

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