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Going through menopause. Feeling dizzy, unable to stand, weak, face swollen. Why?

Hi, I am 51 years old woman and I suffered a lot on my menopause? Just this month when my monthly period stop completely.. but i still feel very bad. I feel so dizzy that sometimes i think i woudnt recover from it. I cannot stand up and feel so weak and hot. I had a medicine prescribe to take whenever I feel dizzy for the also find out that i have a high blood sugar 113. My question is that why i feel so much dizzy and i feel like im dieying and my family says that my face start to get swollen and even if i didnt eat much i put kilo. i look healthy outside but so sick inside. please tell me why im so dizzy and my face get swollen?
Asked On : Thu, 14 Mar 2013
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Welcome to HCM,
Your problems are due to Menopause only, called Menopausal syndrome.
At this age due to declining of female hormone and hormonal imbalance giving rise to physical and psychological changes.
Consult Gynaec and seek her advice.
Attend Menopausal Clinic and learn technique how to face all these problems.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Thu, 14 Mar 2013
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