Donnatal Or Bellaspas

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For hot flashes or Alternative Treatments? Nonhormonal?

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Elyana Says:
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The FDA is a government agency and they want us to die, that's a no-brainer, to keep our SSI and thin out the population. I've never been so offended by doctors not wanting to write an RX and I'm suffering in pain. The amount is high so you can take bulls*** that doesn't work. None of them do. Matter of fact, if it's not a controlled substance I don't want it. It just doesn't work. They know wtf they are doing and belladonna was way better than donnatal. Freaking con artists.

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Verwon Says:

I've been prescribed Prozac to help with my perimenopause symptoms, including hot flashes. It doesn't eliminate all of them, but it really does help. The FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, and dry mouth.

Zoloft is another option that can help. Your doctor should be able to help you find an option that is safe for you.

I'm a heart patient, with high blood pressure, so I can't take hormonal supplements.

Are there any other questions?

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