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  1. Supplemental oestrogen prevents bone loss. In the UK after chemical menopause, oophorectomy or hysterectomy you get a bone density scan every two years to monitor bone health.

  2. That's fantastic, here I'm not sure that they do that. They sure didn't for my mom, they barely even wanted to do a scan after she had a break.

  3. My PMDD caused this. Freaked me right out when I'd think I saw people on the motorway out the corner of my eye. Or things moving that weren't there.

  4. Waze gives you more up to date traffic information as users can add in information about traffic, police, accidents etc. Google tends to run about 20 minutes behind and is based off algorithms using past traffic, so it's not as good for avoiding accidents or unpredictable traffic.

  5. I’ve tried multiple times. I don’t have the same skill anymore—it looks like a two year old drew something, and I get frustrated and cry my eyes out. I wish I had the same skill, but it hurts so much to try and get back into it, because I don’t feel that same joy and pride anymore.

  6. Please keep trying. It doesn't have to be perfect. Try new mediums that maybe don't have bad memories attached to them. Try glitter art!

  7. I mean you could commit him. He's admitted he's suicidal and even has a plan. I'm not sure it's the right thing to do, but..

  8. What makes you think that is your decision to make? It's not up to you. You're not the one who has to live his life.

  9. You have to press the button twice. Mine (j7) works fine straight off the base (3 year old loves to make it go lol)

  10. Leave your key in the door (in the inside) they won't be able to get in then.

  11. I had weird highs and lows with the gel. Low and tired before taking it manic feeling afterwards.

  12. Thanks. Yes - I have six locations I put the patches on, so that the same location only comes round again every three weeks.

  13. I just hope they don't cancel a third appointment. I'm meant to see them every 3 months but they cancelled it and added a month and then did it again. Honestly might just show up at the hospital and ask to be seen if they cancel it a third time, don't know what else to do 😂

  14. For anyone reading this who wants another suggestion - prawns in the hems of curtains.

  15. I have to say good night love you because I worry if I don't they won't wake up again... 😅

  16. Then you have to remind yourself that that is an irrational thought

  17. I do. But I have so many irrational thoughts and anxieties. Sometimes you just have to pick your battles. Easier to just tell my partner goodnight, love you lol

  18. If you've set it to clean everywhere it tends to bump into stuff more than if you set it to do a room or space. Mine also bumped into stuff less and does the edges better after it's run a fair few times. It will also sometimes come back and do the edges at the end of its run. Bit inconstant really lol but I'm happy enough with it

  19. I often feel like I must be another species because I just can't relate to other (neurotypical) people and how they behave...

  20. I think the older Roomba models use sensors you have to buy and place for keep out zones. The newer j7 let's you add clean zones and keep out zones. Admittedly it was £900 but since I expect to be using it for many years I thought it was worth it.

  21. There’s an app called “due”(on iPhone) and it’s logo has a white clock with a check mark. I downloaded and paid like 8 bucks for it. It lets you set reminders on your phone that bug you until you physically turn it off. Basically have it remind you every 5 mins if it’s urgent, or 30 mins+. Since then it helps me stay on top of everything I need to remember! Also doubles as a calendar in a sense you can set birthdays and set it to remind you every 5-30 + mins every year at that specific time.

  22. I'm 30 this year. Still trying to finish university. Haven't managed to have even a part time job since I was 15. Thought I'd do more than I have.

  23. Neat freak minimalist here. Less is more because otherwise my brain gets stuck on and distracted by the more. So I'm calmer and can concentrate better with less stuff.

  24. Same here! I feel like that’s the case for my daughter, but I’m not sure how to juxtapose that against her love for her many collections and hobbies.

  25. I used to like collecting things until I was about 16. Then things got more difficult and it was easier to not have them and have less to tidy and distract me.

  26. Ha ha! I am the stair hoover-er in our house!

  27. 😂 We made a deal. I clean the bathrooms and he hoovers the stairs

  28. The j7 can run for up to 85 minutes. But that's probably calculated under optimal conditions (flat surfaces, no obstacles, hard floor etc). Mine usually does an hour and 10-15 before it needs recharging.

  29. Would that be an issue only a few months into chemical menopause thou?

  30. Vaginal atrophy is one of the most common symptoms of peri/menopause, but least talked about and recognized. If your body is not producing estrogen, then yes atrophy can occur fairly quickly.

  31. Yeah it's been about 4 or 5 months now and I've noticed I'm peeing more in general and particularly at night. I'm on HRT though.

  32. Prostap is a life a saver if you can try it. Chemical menopause.

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