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Going through menopause. Feeling hot inside the body. Nausea and dizziness. Any thoughts?

Hello I am 56 going thru menopause and constantly overheated. I don t mean hot flashes or flushing. I am just always hot on the inside. My skin will feel cold even blotchy but still feel overheated. When I do minor activities around the house I get even warmer almost nauseous. I dropped out of exercise class as I would get dizzy and seriously nauseated to the point of running out to throw up. Any thoughts please. Donna
Asked On : Sat, 30 Mar 2013
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Hi, Welcome to HCM,
From your symptoms it looks like you are having Menopausal syndrome giving rise to all these problems.
Due to hormonal imbalance feeling of extreme heat or cold, nausea etc.
Attend Menopause clinic and take advice.
If require you may consult Gynaec for hormonal treatment.
Take light diet,fresh fruits, juices, lime water.
Do some light exercise.
Avoid sedentary life and remain busy with your house hold work.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Sat, 30 Mar 2013
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