ha! Kidding, of course. Been going thru perimeno since I was 42...am 50 now. I'm kinda "old hat" at this, so let me reassure you. The anxiety, depression, fatigue, itchies, heart palpitations, and all over looniness is perfectly normal for us going thru the yoyo cycle of hormones.I've noticed I take "Geezer" naps when I can, crave immense amounts of chocolate (and my ass well tell you it's true!. I can laugh and cry all in the same minute. My chinny chin chin has sprouted a few hairs. It's like "WTF????" I have either regular months of periods or skip a couple or three, then it's "Need a blood tranfusion pleeeez!'. I'm taking vitramins, using natural progesterone, blah, blah, blah....but what I need on some days is perhaps a morphine drip!. And my libido....just compare my sex drive to a rock! Now ladies, are we having fun yet?????
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