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what herbal medication can you recommend for the menopause?

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Dr. Ron Eaker
Specializes in Obstetrics and Gynecology
Many: There are a number of proven remedies for symptoms of female menopause. The key is dissecting the wheat from the chaff. In other words, there is a lot of false claims and promotion in menopause remedies. I have written a book called "a woman's guide to hormone health" that outlines many natural, proven remedies. Do your homework and you will find many options.

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Are there any nutritional and/or herbal supplements that help those with eds?

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Dr. Leonard Lado
Psychiatry 32 years experience
EDS: If you are referring eds as erectile dysfunction syndrome the most logical and effective action is to first be evaluated. There are many reversible causes such as low testosterone, medication side effects, reduce vascular flow to penile gland, performance anxiety, fear of premature ejaculation, anxiety and mood disorders. Even if there was such herb you much check your prostate to make sure its ok.
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Are there herbal treatments what help with migraines?

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Dr. Francine Yep
Family Medicine 31 years experience
Yes: Some supplements that help prevent migraines: coenzyme q, riboflavin, butterbur. There's been conflicting information about feverfew & magnesium. Chinese medicine/acupuncture may help. Try it for at least 2-3 months before you give up. Remember to eat right, get moving 30-60 minutes every day, and sleep well.
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Can migraine be worse during menopause?

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Dr. Albert Pizzo
Family Medicine 60 years experience
Migraine and menopau: Yes it can be worse if it is triggered by hormonal changes.
A 34-year-old member asked:

Can you tell me about premature menopause?

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Dr. Michael Swor
Obstetrics and Gynecology 40 years experience
Menopause : When the ovaries stop egg production and periods cease prior to age 40, we consider it premature menopause. The treatment plan is similar at any age, but sometime symptoms are more abrupt and severe. Osteoporosis is a major concern as are sexual function and cardiovascular health.
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What natural remedies are useful in treating boils?

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Dr. Omega Edwards
Infectious Disease 19 years experience
Don't squeeze: A boil is a well contained infection involving the skin. White blood cells accumulate under the skin (pus) and cause swelling and pain. The pressure within this confined space builds and this pressure will need to be released. A hot compress is a natural remedy that can hasten the boil to naturally release ("coming to a head"). Squeezing is a natural remedy but don't do it!

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