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Try magnesium capsules every day and you will never worry about it again...I fought years and years of constipation and my body became addicated to laxatives....you will feel so much better
hi i'm sorry to hear this and hearing your situation i think and assuming that i'm also going through menopause but i don't have problems with my thyroids...i ran a lot of tests and am going for more, i'm a 32 anovulatory women and i read that if you become anovulatory, it's the first steps of menopause...i still get periods but they are light and 3 days long...after this started i became constipated (usually i used to have diharrea when i get my periods) so i went through several transvaginal ultrasounds, a pap smear ca 125 and any cancer test you mention - done...all negative...so i guess it's menopause or stress..
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