TDP Episode 59 photoEpisode 59: Nausea, by host, Laura Milkins. Our guest, Carolyn King, is a kinesiologist and tells the story of her depression and how wanting to fit in as a teenager lead serious depression as an adult. Her book “Empowered Happiness” talks about her journey to mental health and wellbeing. Sunday, May 7, 2017.

Carolyn’s book:

More information on perimenopause and nausea, can be found:

Menopause health Matters. com

Hormonal imbalance in perimenopause is one of the primary causes of digestive problems in women between the ages of 45 and 55. You do not have to be experiencing other symptoms of menopause to be experiencing digestive problems in perimenopause.

Many women have reported that their Healthcare Professional failed to associate their digestive symptoms with perimenopause as they had not presented with any simultaneous menopause symptoms.

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Nausea, like many other symptoms of menopause, is caused by fluctuating hormone levels. Low estrogen levels can cause fluid retention, which can result in dizziness and bloating. Although uncommon, nausea may stem from these menopause symptoms.

Symptoms such as nausea often begin during perimenopause, the first stage of menopause transition. Perimenopause generally begins in a woman’s forties or early fifties, although it may begin slightly later, and rarely, much earlier.


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