Posted by viviane (18.104.22.168) on February 17, 2001 at 10:02:50:
In Reply to: Infertility and headaches posted by Lisa on February 16, 2001 at 12:18:42:
I am 54 now, migraine since 30 years, cluster since 15. No children, 2 miscarriages - despite hormone treatments.
Now, of course, menopause. Oral hormone replacement makes me sick, tried suppositories (2x weekly), which make me feel better generally, more energy, better mood, etc. Headaches worse, also feeling bad in my muscles all over.
Am now considering to stop again, would also be interested in anyone else with similar experience.
Now about yourself: during pregnancy many women feel better, as any toxic substances in the system are transmitted to the placenta and to the foetus, thereby acting as a "cleanser" for the mother. You may have some chronic poisoning (i.e. heavy metal from mercury fillings) which is improved during pregnancy, then returns after giving birth. You can browse further under "Mercury fillings" , "hugnet".
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