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menopause symptoms + warts+ fluid retention

i have been having very bad night sweats and hot flashes during the day for the past 2 months. also, i have had warts on my fingers and hands for the past 10 months. i was given thuja 200 to take for the warts but it did not work. then i was given sepia 200 and natrum mur 200 for the warts and the menopausal symptoms, which also did not work?
i also feel like i am retaining fluid - my fingers are swollen and i am more puffy all over my body.
please recommend something!
thank you
  noosheen on 2011-07-24
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
I am happy to take on your case if you wish, but you would need to give your symptoms in a more ordered fashion. If you are willing to do that, please answer the questions on my intake form.


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brisbanehomoeopath last decade
thank you for replying.
i will try to give as much detail as i can about my problems. i will separate each condition:
Menopausal symptoms:

I began having hot flashes and night sweats about 2 months after i had an iud (intrauterine device for birth control) placed in me with the hormone progesterone it is called a Mirena Iud. This took place in April of 2008 and i was 42 years old at the time. I have 4 children, with ages ranging from 25 down to 6 years old - the youngest was diagnosed with autism when he was 2.5 years. Up until then, i always used a copper IUD for birth control but my doctor suggested that the Mirena was much better and that there were no side effects. also, i need to say that i am the youngest girl of 4 daughters, all of which still menstruate, and my mother stopped getting her period when she was in her mid fifties. 2 months after the iud was put in me, i began to have hot flashes and night sweats, and did not know what was happening to me. i got a blood test which confirmed that i was in the post menopausal range!! 2 months prior to that i would have been able to conceive a baby if i wanted to. i was the one who made the association of the iud with the progesterone with the menopause. my doctor refused to believe me. i suffered with very bad symptoms, and also gained about 10 pounds, and could not lose it no matter how hard i tried. my periods also stopped. after i insisted that i wanted the iud removed, she did, after 8 months. 2 days after, i got a period, and my symptoms subsided. i got another blood test which stated that my hormone levels were back to normal. since that time, i have been having these problems every few months. i can go for 4 months menstruating and then suddenly, my period will stop and i get very bad hot flashes and night sweats, which are happening right now. the night sweats are getting very bad and waking me up 4-5 times per night. they are random with no contributing factors, like the hot flashes during the day. they come on suddenly. i also feel like i am retaining fluid and i think it must be related to the hormone imbalance. i exercise by swimming 2-3 times per week and do yoga once per week. i was taking Sepia 200 cc and natrum mur 200 for this but i don't think it is helping anymore. maybe it helped a little when i first started taking them.


i got a wart about a year ago on one finger and went to dermatologist to have it removed. she did cryotherapy, but i think she spread it, b/c after the wart looked like it was healing, there were also 5-6 in it's place. also i have 2 on both my thumbs. i was given thuja 200 pellets and liquid, which did not help. after i was given the natrum mur but they are still very bad. they are growing much bigger than before. they are flat, and itchy/burning.


I have had lower back pain for approx. 3 years, and i have been taking pain killers for that problem daily. it began shortly after the IUD was inserted and i have tried many remedies to cure it ie. massage, chiropractor, lazer therapy, acupuncture. just recently the swimming is helping but i still feel the need to take these pain killers daily.

my life generally is very stressful, with my 4th child on the autistic spectrum. he has taken alot out of me in the past 6 years. Also, my husband is out of steady employment for the past year or so, which also contributes to stress a great deal. i also quite depressed of late, and i don't know if this is related to my hormones or my stressful life. i do not enjoy the things i used to and don't want to partake in very much. i grew up in a very strict household and was very scared of my father. my mother was very passive and was also a victim of his abuse. She passed away in november of 2009. he did abuse me and my siblings verbally and physically. We were not allowed to show any emotion growing up and were stifled. i got married when i was 19 years old.

Foods i like are sweets, after a meal, especially dinner meal. i do prefer sweet over salty foods. i prefer to drink water and most of the time drink water over soft drinks, although sometimes i drink the occasional coke. i don't drink much coffee, and i prefer tea over coffee.

i am not a good sleeper, even before these menopause symptoms, meaning i am a very light sleeper and wake up very easily to noise. i wear earplugs every night.

i prefer the hot weather to cold, except lately when i get a hot flash during the day, i need the cold fan on me.
my general level of energy is ok, but since i am not sleeping well, i am not feeling as good as i usually do.
sexually, i think i am ok, i have no complaints regarding that.

thank you for reading this very long reply and i look forward to hearing from you soon,

also, i forgot to say, i have very bad cellulite on my thighs. i have noticed that it has gotten worse over the past 2 years or so.
[message edited by noosheen on Fri, 29 Jul 2011 18:38:52 BST]
noosheen last decade
please reply! i an suffering so much!
noosheen last decade
please respond to my lengthy reply!!
noosheen last decade

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