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Prescribed Estradiol fro night sweats, lack of sex drive. May be premenopausal ?

hi my gp has given me a prescription for estradiol 25mg,i have not got full blown symptons i have been having sweats/night terrors for 18mths & lack of sex drive im 45 & had at least 6 mens test s all negative...i may be premenaposal will these patches help & im off on a2wk hol on march 16th -29th march also im booked in for the coil om march 1st,will any of these bring on a monthly as i will be originaly on on22nd march.sorry its a bit confusing....but i don know what to have done or wait until i return home from my hols in case something goes wrong,,thank you for your time...AAAA.
Asked On : Sun, 3 Mar 2013
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Thanks for posting your query on health care magic.
If you had full blown symptoms of menopause, that means you have reached premature menopause.
There is no chance of you getting back your normal periods.
You can confirm by getting a hormonal profile.
If FSH and LH are more than 40IU, you have reached premature menopause.
Hope this helps.
Dr Nilofer
Answered: Sun, 25 Aug 2013
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