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Lorazepam - I am a 52 year old that is a text book case of someone in the sandwich generation. I?
Added 15 Oct 2013:
Thanks. Obviously, most of it was cut off. I am in the process of weaning myself off of a couple of drugs. One was Cymbalta, I was taking after the death of my father and for hormonal headaches I get often. THAT was horrible and although I did it a tiny bit at a time, over a length of a month-6 weeks -- it was horrible. I have recently started reducing my Lorazepam by .50 mg every couple of weeks. I had gotten up to 3 mg every night to sleep. I have insomnia because of the reduction, but no other symptoms. When I successfully get off the Lorazepam, I know that eventually I will need a medication...so bottom line question.....what is the best medication for a woman in her early 50s that is going through menopause and having a tough time of it - and who cannot be on any hormonal replacement because of prior breast cancer? A nurse told me once that our hormones are our "coping tools" and mine are leaving fast due to my age. Was also told that anti-depressants are the next best thing, which I have tried. Just wondered the best for horrible menopausal PMS. Thanks. (one final note. I live in a small town and do have a primary physician. He just laughs about menopause and problems.....I do not have access to a choice of doctors without traveling quite a ways.
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