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    Old 12-06-2000, 08:56 AM   #1
    Rachael
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    Hormones and fatigue. Help!

    I am absolutely exhausted for the majority of the month but this exhaustion/fatigue seems to stop five days after ovulation. This same pattern occurs every month. Has anyone else experienced anything similar and/or does anyone have any advice on what I can do. I can't live two thirds of my life in bed which is what I'm doing now!

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    Old 12-08-2000, 01:16 PM   #2
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    Re: Hormones and fatigue. Help!

    There is a book called "The Good News About Womens' Hormones". I can't remember who the author is right now. It's very informative on hormones and what to do to balance them. I would suggest taking Vitamin B6, B12 and iron (ferrous sulphate). Walking 3x a week or some sort of exercise should also help.

     
    Old 12-12-2000, 05:01 PM   #3
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    Re: Hormones and fatigue. Help!

    Thanks so much for the advice!

    I've bought a bottle of Vitamin B complex tablets and iron tablets and have started to take one a day. I hope it will have some effect after my period as this is when I feel the most tired. I live in London so no walking seems to be relaxing or destressing. I live 25 minutes walk from the nearest tube and walk this twice a day, but I wonder if this is doing more harm than good (have to walk along conjested, very busy roads).

    I find it strange that the Riboflavin makes urine fluorescent. Is this normal? I presume it as as it's a well known fact!

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