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Burning inside the body, tingling in arms, neck after taking natural pills for ganglion cyst. Menopause?

I am not sure if I am starting to have hot flashes or an alergic reaction to some all natural pills I am taking for my ganglion cyst relief called Release Free...for the 2nd time in the last month shortly after I go to bed I all of a sudden wake up absolutely burning...inside and feels like I am almost going to catch on fire. I also get some bad tingling ..mainy in my face and neck and a little in my arms...usually just lasts about 10 minutes then I am fine. I am 44 years old so not sure if that is the start of menopause?
Asked On : Wed, 20 Mar 2013
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Hi ! The menopause can not be ruled out as the cause of your symptoms. However, you have to get your blood sugar/thyroid profile done and consult your physician for further course of action. Good luck.
Answered: Fri, 5 Apr 2013
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