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Old Thu, Sep-21-17, 16:12
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Plan: Dr. Bernstein, IF
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I am late replying, but I just saw this. Before deciding it must be perimenopause, I would get some labs done. If I were you, I would ask my doctor to check my hormone levels, thyroid function (T3, T4, TSH, free T3). and an hemoglobin hba1c test to your blood sugar levels. Don't assume your symptoms are just aging.
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