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18 Symptoms Of Menopause

Burning tongue

Oestrogen plays an important role in the formation of saliva, therefore, once oestrogen levels decrease this can cause burning mouth syndrome. This condition is where burning pain occurs in widespread areas across your whole mouth including your tongue, lips, roof of mouth and cheeks.

Electric shocks

It is a certain fact that the female hormones behave erratically in perimenopause and menopause and in some women, this can lead to increased levels of electric shocks. Although an electrical shock sensation can happen at any time, it is known to often occur immediately before a hot flush.


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