Re: A new problem

From: Ginny King (
Sat Sep 11 17:57:57 1999

Hey Chris,

I don't have any advice. I have only experienced hot flashes through Lupron, but that was enough to tell me that I will seek out help when the real thing comes. Some people I work with swear they have been helped by soy products. I wonder if it works like other "herbal" remedies and if you would have to consume a lot of it to make it work. Sorry I'm no help, but wanted to let you know I'm sorry you have another problem to deal with. Ginny

At Sat, 11 Sep 1999, crm wrote: >
>At Fri, 10 Sep 1999, Christine M. Smith wrote:
>>I know this doesn't have anything to do with adhesions, but... I have a
>>new problem. I'm having hot flashes! They started mid August and I
>>thought they were a side effect of the drug celebrex, as they are listed
>>among the side effects. But they didn't start until I had been on the
>>drug for a month, and I've been off the drug for over a week and I still
>>have them. So I think they are the real thing.
>>I feel miserable unless I'm sitting with a fan directed at me and I've
>>been waking up absolutely roasting several times per night. I don't
>>seem to be having night sweats though. I thought the hot flashes from
>>Lupron were kind of interesting, but not now! I'm tired of going to my
>>pcp with one problem after another and my gyn died. Does anyone have
>>any advice? My FSH was tested last January and it was normal (9)Does
>>anyone know how quickly it can become abnormal? I have read everything
>>on the internet.Thanks for listening.
>>Chris S.
>Chris, I know that your FSH can be differnet from the time of you cycle.
>I have been tested 3 times and all 3 times at differnet times of the
>month and the doctor told me it is all depending on your cycle. Hope
>that helps.

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