{Test This} Ladycare Menopause Device

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It sounds attractive–a palm-sized magnetic device that clips discreetly to your underwear, repels symptoms of menopause. But, does it actually work?

According to the website for Ladycare (retail value: $45), “over 300,000 women worldwide use the product.” In a study of policewomen in the UK who used LadyCare, “over 71% reported alleviation of their menopause symptoms one month after wearing the device continuously.” These symptoms include hot flashes, sudden weight gain, fatigue, trouble sleeping and loss of libido.

The company says the product works by “rebalancing the autonomic nervous system” in turn “improving the body’s ability to self heal and restore natural hormone balance.”

“Over 300,000 women use the product worldwide,” according to the company website and just recently, they’ve launched the product in the U.S. 50 FOFs will be among the first in the country to try it.

For FOFs looking for a natural, drug-free solution to their menopause woes–this might just be it.

Sounds attractive–let’s see how it works. 50 FOFs will put Ladycare to the test.

For a chance to win, answer in the comments below: “Are you going through menopause now? If not, at what age did you experience it?”

Note: For best results from this product: Testers should experience a minimum of 4 hot flashes per day.

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(See all our past winners, here.) (See official rules, here.) Contest closes July 18, 2012 at midnight E.S.T.

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  10. Melissa M Vasquez says:

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  11. Dana Casale says:

    Thank you to LADYCARE, for giving myself and these special ladies a forum to ‘open-up’ and share our
    menopause moments! Turns out, I might not be crazy after all!! Well, here’s my story, once I get started, I might not be able to stop!
    I have worked in healthcare (nurse) for over 20 years, have great respect and highly value holistic medicine, as an adjunctive combination with mainstream medicine, and as an alternative to mainstream medicine. Historically, a lifetime Non-Complainer- blessed with an overwhelming “cup half full” ability to adapt & take my personal health concerns in stride, rarely suffering more than the occaisional common cold, I’ve been an active, healthy person, even though, since the age of two years, I have had only one functioning kidney! Born with two, (I had a minor anatomical anomaly to one organ, resulting in loss of function of the organ). Athletic, from the time I could walk, loss of one kidney– never slowed me down!!I have always tried to take care of my working kidney, example: medications are metabolized in part by the kidneys, I try to avoid frivolous use (PRN over the counter, etc..) preferring a natural holistic approach to my healthcare if possible, which has worked well for me in the past. UNTIL NOW!
    Menopause has not been kind to me. DAILY, I suffer such severe ‘hot flashes’ and sometimes I swear they are continuous! Not that it makes a diff, but, living in the great state of Texas, WE DO GOTS HEAT!! While geographical location might add insult to injury, I believe my ‘Hot Flashes’ would occur, if I was ‘brain-freeze’ CHUGGIN A SLURPEE, while frozen in the Titanic ICEBERG, just sayin!? Did you know, your kidneys also help to modulate and maintain body core temperature?Bonus: I have to be extra careful in situations of extreme heat) STRIKE ONE-Once elevated, my body core temperature takes longer to stabilize, putting me at higher risk for heat related illness. STRIKE TWO- I sweat less than the average person, reducing another way of cooling body heat. Once overheated, I often become, nauseous, disoriented, and have (STRIKE THREE-)passed out (not fun at parties!) on more than one occasion! Seems confining,huh? In the past, always easily handled, with preparedness and avoidance! for example: At the beach, I have plenty of ICE AND COLD WATER, on hand, but if needed, can retreat to an air conditioned space, submerge in the ocean, or dump ice water on my head, to quickly reduce body temp! My point is I can plan for it. Hot Flashes—not scheduled, occur at any time, and that makes it difficult to stay prepared, and/or have a life!
    ONWARD AND UPWARD,syptomatically speaking…I have gained about 35 pounds, and despite increase of exercise or decrease in eating habits, CAN NOT lose the blubbler!
    Speaking of Blubber, OMG, anything and nothing can jump start a rousing round of tears!
    The flip side, losing my (formally rarely aroused) temper, spontaneously, without provocation.
    Aroused? yeah, that word not in my vocabulary. Body image (UGH) surely factors into the equation, but de-sire, is de-ceased, not just de-laid, oops de-layed at Me Casa!
    Anxiety..???I got it, …level –HIGH!
    Sleep? Been so dang long, seems like a distant dream— only NOT THE KIND YOU WAKE UP FROM!
    Ewww–Is THAT MY SKIN? How did all these dry patches,, and wrinkles suddenly just appear? Calgon, grab Botox and TAKE ME AWAY, or at least disguise me!
    I am on pins and needles, (at least that’s what my feet’s feels) desparately awaiting the next wave of menapause menaces, with great eagerness! So would I like to be one of the winners selected to trial a Ladycare magnet alternative approach to reduce menopause related symptoms???
    AB-SO-LUTELY!!!! I know magnets can achieve some remarkable results. I’ve seen pain and range of motion improve in limb contracture. Resolution of plantar fascial pain. Reduction of edema, and some pretty impressive healing in chronic wounds. So, I am confident magnets can manage to put the hurt on some menopause menaces!

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  12. Dana Casale says:

    Thank you to LADYCARE, for giving myself and these special la
    dies a forum to ‘open-up’ and share our
    menopause moments! Turns out, I might not be crazy after all!! Well, here’s my story, once I get started, I might not be able to stop!
    I have worked in healthcare (nurse) for over 20 years, have great respect and highly value holistic medicine, as an adjunctive combination with mainstream medicine, and as an alternative to mainstream medicine. Historically, a lifetime Non-Complainer- blessed with an overwhelming “cup half full” ability to adapt & take my personal health concerns in stride, rarely suffering more than the occaisional common cold, I’ve been an active, healthy person, even though, since the age of two years, I have had only one functioning kidney! Born with two, (I had a minor anatomical anomaly to one organ, resulting in loss of function of the organ). Athletic, from the time I could walk, loss of one kidney– never slowed me down!!I have always tried to take care of my working kidney, example: medications are metabolized in part by the kidneys, I try to avoid frivolous use (PRN over the counter, etc..) preferring a natural holistic approach to my healthcare if possible, which has worked well for me in the past. UNTIL NOW!
    Menopause has not been kind to me. DAILY, I suffer such severe ‘hot flashes’ and sometimes I swear they are continuous! Not that it makes a diff, but, living in the great state of Texas, WE DO GOTS HEAT!! While geographical location might add insult to injury, I believe my ‘Hot Flashes’ would occur, if I was ‘brain-freeze’ CHUGGIN A SLURPEE, while frozen in the Titanic ICEBERG, just sayin!? Did you know, your kidneys also help to modulate and maintain body core temperature?Bonus: I have to be extra careful in situations of extreme heat) STRIKE ONE-Once elevated, my body core temperature takes longer to stabilize, putting me at higher risk for heat related illness. STRIKE TWO- I sweat less than the average person, reducing another way of cooling body heat. Once overheated, I often become, nauseous, disoriented, and have (STRIKE THREE-)passed out (not fun at parties!) on more than one occasion! Seems confining,huh? In the past, always easily handled, with preparedness and avoidance! for example: At the beach, I have plenty of ICE AND COLD WATER, on hand, but if needed, can retreat to an air conditioned space, submerge in the ocean, or dump ice water on my head, to quickly reduce body temp! My point is I can plan for it. Hot Flashes—not scheduled, occur at any time, and that makes it difficult to stay prepared, and/or have a life!
    ONWARD AND UPWARD,syptomatically speaking…I have gained about 35 pounds, and despite increase of exercise or decrease in eating habits, CAN NOT lose the blubbler!
    Speaking of Blubber, OMG, anything and nothing can jump start a rousing round of tears!
    The flip side, losing my (formally rarely aroused) temper, spontaneously, without provocation.
    Aroused? yeah, that word not in my vocabulary. Body image (UGH) surely factors into the equation, but de-sire, is de-ceased, not just de-laid, oops de-layed at Me Casa!
    Anxiety..???I got it, …level –HIGH!
    Sleep? Been so dang long, seems like a distant dream— only NOT THE KIND YOU WAKE UP FROM!
    Ewww–Is THAT MY SKIN? How did all these dry patches,, and wrinkles suddenly just appear? Calgon, grab Botox and TAKE ME AWAY, or at least disguise me!
    I am on pins and needles, (at least that’s what my feet’s feels) desparately awaiting the next wave of menapause menaces, with great eagerness! So would I like to be one of the winners selected to trial a Ladycare magnet alternative approach to reduce menopause related symptoms???
    AB-SO-LUTELY!!!! I know magnets can achieve some remarkable results. I’ve seen pain and range of motion improve in limb contracture. Resolution of plantar fascial pain. Reduction of edema, and some pretty impressive healing in chronic wounds. So, I am confident magnets can manage to put the hurt on some menopause menaces!

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  13. Sue Latsios says:

    I’m in Menopause now and I get horrible hot flashes all the time! I would love to try this, thanks!

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  14. Vharris4 says:

    I really could use this. I need toget off Estradiol and find anothr aalternative. I just was diagnoised with anthoer lump, God HelP! I could really give this one a rty for my well being!!

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  15. Debbie says:

    Sign me up, please. I can use all the help I can get…

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  16. Kathie says:

    OMG….I’d stand on my head all day if it would alleviate my meno symptoms! Hot flashes day and night, can’t sleep (gee, guess why I’m cranky!!!) and loss of libido (even though I’m married to the bestest hubs in the universe but again, I’m cranky!!!) I’d sure love to try this out as I’ve tried every homeopathic remedy out there! I refuse to go on HRT…that just scares me! I’d be over the moon to try this out! Many thanks and blessings.

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  17. Soledad says:

    As of February 2012 I have been dot free for a year. I take Estroven every day but still get hot flashes sometimes. I would LOVE, LOVE to try this.

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  18. Jan Luther says:

    I am going through menopause now and would love to test an alternative to hormone therapy and drugs, please.

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  19. Jan says:

    I was thrust into menopause in the aftershock of the death of my 22 year old son in 2006. A year later, hysterectomy. It has been 5 years and I am still trying to find balance. In my prime I would have qualified for the olympic gold in SLEEPING. Oh, how I miss sleeping. I am eager to hear feedback from the women who try this product. Please, keep us posted!

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  20. Lydia says:

    I am taking ESTROVEN daily , I prefer natural remedies. I would love to give it a try.

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  21. palapalaluke says:

    I would love to try anything that may help!

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  22. Kathierose says:

    I have the worst hot flashes! I am miserable! I really would like to try this!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  23. lisa mcfarland says:

    went thru menopause about 5 yrs ago at age 49 but am still dealing with hot flashes

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  24. SUE says:

    I’m going through it now and would really like one of these!

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  25. Ragtop says:

    I figured, “Why wait?” and ordered the device. Small loss if it doesn’t help. Big gain if it lessens hot flashes.

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  26. vickie says:

    Yes I’m going through it now and the hot flashes are horrible. I would love to try this, thanks

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  27. Teresa says:

    I am 53 and have all of the classic issues. Do not want to take hormone replacement drugs. Would love to try something natural.

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  28. Karen Markle says:

    I am just entering menopause and would love to try this product.

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  29. Holly says:

    PLEASE let me test this product. I’m suffering with hot flashes day and night! If this product works for me it will be a godsend for many women out there. Life would be so much better without these symptoms constantly disrupting my sleep and embarrasing me during the day. I want to help!!!
    Thanks

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  30. Red says:

    Help! I have tried everything and nothing helps. I need help now.

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  31. Kathy Anthony says:

    I would love to try this. I am into anything that is natural.

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  32. Stephanie says:

    I am 51 and have not been able to sleep for several years now. Now that I am peri-menopausal, I am experiencing terrible night sweats. Several times a week I wake up in soaking wet sheets and gown. It would be great to be able to sleep through the night without having to change sheets in the middle of the night. And… it would be wonderful to get rid of this middle age belly. I would love to try this product!

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  33. nan says:

    Only 4 hot flashes a day would be a huge relief! None…even better. I have been having them for 9 years, starting at 50. I would love, love, love to try this product.

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  34. Patricia Winbush says:

    I was thrown into menopause from the chemo treatments I had to take for a breast cancer diagnosis in 2007. And unfortunately, I can’t take soy or other phytoestrogen remedies for my hot flashes. This would be a wonderful change from the MULTIPLE flashes I have !!! I have resorted to carrying a fan and a hand towel in my purse to “mop up” after I have one!! I hope that I am chosen to take part in this test!!!

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  35. Victoria says:

    My spouse will thank you more than I could, all the above symptoms improving and I am all for that!!!!!!

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  36. Jill says:

    I was in my 40’s had a radical hysterectomy, it sucked!! and still does, would love to have regular sleep and some of my libido back!

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  37. 412mom says:

    Our air conditioner broke last month and I’ve been walking around my house in sports bras and shorts. HELP ME!!! I am miserable and so is the rest of the family. I would love to try this product out.

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  38. Marla says:

    I definitely qualify as far as having 4 hot flashed or more a day

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  39. Emilia says:

    Yes, I am going through menopause and its awful. I wake up 3 or 4 times a night sweating. I’ve put on weight around my middle and get hot flashes all day long. I would love to try ladycare. It would be relief!

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  40. apache911_2 says:

    I WOULD LOVE TO TRY THIS PRODUCT I AM JUST NOW GOIN THRU menopause AND MY DOCTOR DOSE NOT WANT TO PUT ME ON ANYTHING

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  41. Kelly Plehn says:

    I would love to try it, the hormones aren’t working, and they have bad side effects. I live in Texas and the hot flashes are horrible during the summer.

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  42. debbie says:

    I am looking into hormone replacement theraphy. I have 4 grandchildren that i take care of, a new job and a teen ager at home to raise. Im 57 yrs old and I would love to try this and need to try this as well. I never get picked. Ive submitted over a hundred comments to try stuff that could help me so I pray that im picked this time. PLEASE!

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  43. stephanie tindale says:

    I have been experiencing menopausal symptoms for a little over 2 years. If there’s something that helps alleviate them, that would be wonderful!

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  44. Sharon Knitter says:

    I was slammed into Menopause after having Breast Cancer and a hysterectomy. I am 53 and have all the symptoms. I would really like to give this a try!

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  45. heather padilla says:

    I’m going through it right now and i’m suffering with the hot flashes and the all day sweats.

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  46. Penny says:

    Going through menopause now! Hot Flashes are horrible. I try to look at it as I am one hot chick, one flash at a time! LOL it helps to laugh! 🙂

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  47. Kathy says:

    I would love to try the LadyCare Menopause device.

    I am using herbal motherwort and Evening Primrose oil but still have hot flashes as evening approaches.

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  48. darlene Eckleberry says:

    I have been menopausal for about 5 years. I have had hot flashed so severe that I could not sleep through the night for YEARS!!! It was agonizing. I tried about everything, Harmone replacement, a variety of prescription drugs; spent thousands on pills off the internet. At LONG LAST I found an over the counter product that WORKS, it is Estroven night supplements. I have been using this product for about a month. It is heavenly to actually SLEEP all night long. I still have the flashes during the day, but at least I have my energy back and I am not grouchy and dingy from lack of sleep. The product is reasonably priced too!

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  49. Toni Anderson-Sommo says:

    I had no signs of impending meno-pause! Then our youngest son was diagnosed with a terminal illness and I was thrown into what doctors called “trauma-induced menopause”. It’s been severe and has lasted over ten years. We lost our son a year later and doctors told me the symptoms might subside when things returned to normal. Ha! Of course they never have and they never will. The hot flashes prevent sleep, interfere with daily activities and exercise and make life miserable. Hormone replacement did nothing but lead to gall-bladder surgery! (Yes, I found out later, that’s a side effect!). I don’t hold out much hope for a “quick fix” but I’d love to give it a try!!!!

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  50. Toni Anderson-Sommo says:

    I had no signs of impending meno-pause! Then our youngest so was diagnosed with a terminal illness and I was thrown into what doctors called “trauma-induced menopause”. It’s been severe and has lasted over ten years. The hot flashes prevent sleep, interfere with daily activities and make miserable. Hormone replacement did nothing but lead to gall-bladder surgery! (Yes, I found out later, that’s a side effect!). I don’t hold out much hope for a “quick fix” but I’d love to give it a try!!!!

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  51. Kathy says:

    I am 52 and have been in menopause approximately one year. I have hot flashes 6-8 times a day. I would welcome any kind of relief as I have no health insurance. I hate the hot flashes, weight gain and irritability…Please Help!

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  52. Nursesing says:

    My menopause days /and nights have been horrible to say the least. I would love to find a solution to save my sanity, and my life.

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  53. Venessa Martin says:

    I have had torturing night sweats and hot flashes for 8 years now. Not only do they keep me awake but I keep hubby awake kicking off blankets and turning on the fans…even in winter!

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  54. Lisa Englant says:

    Sounds interesting. I’ll try anything that would give me relief!

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  55. Dea H says:

    I’m 55 and have just in the last 6 months begun to have the beginnings of perimenopausal/menopausal symptoms. I have night sweats that are not too bad and very dry hot flashes during the day that are incredibly intense and uncomfortable. I’m not a candidate for HRT and have been using chastetree, black cohosh, DIM, and a few other supplements which give some relief of symptoms (but are kind of harsh to my GI tract.) These devices are cute & I think I’ll buy them for holiday gifts for all my transitioning girlfriends!

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  56. Leta says:

    I started with menopause symptoms around 50. I’m 54 now and haven’t had my period for 2 years now but I’m still getting hot flashes. I would love to try this. I also have fibromyalgia and I was told by a friend who had it also, that it is due to extra electrical charges in the body. Whether that’s true or not, I’d like to try the device and see if it helps.

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  57. Catherine Davis says:

    Would love to give this product a try. Menopause is not a good thing for anybody to have to go through and we need all the help we can get.

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  58. Patrice says:

    I am 52 and have been officially in menopause since age 50. I have hot flashes and night sweats and zero libido for the past few years. i have been using progesterone and estrogen creams and they seemed to help at first, but no longer are helping. If this device worked it would be a godsend!

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  59. Rose says:

    I am in the throws of menopause!!Experiencing hot flashes etc! Would love to try this product!

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  60. jan says:

    I went through menopause at age 51. The wt. gain, hot flashes, etc. are beyond frustrating and annoying!

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  61. Susanne Kostrenich says:

    I am miserable in menopause and refusing any therapy due to a mother who is a breast cancer survivor who had a double mastectomy……with that said I am careful not to take anything that would possibly increase chances. So, I would love to try it !

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  62. Carrie obrien says:

    I started menopause in the past two years.

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  63. Barb says:

    I have been post-menopausal for years but stil get hot flashes at times. Help with these along with fatigue, sleep issues & especially low libido would be absolutely wonderful! Oh, it would be nice to get my waist back too!

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  64. olga martin says:

    I am now experiencing the night sweats, the brain boggling fog, the mood swings= I need to try this before I make a reservation at the mental hospital since the natural troquees have not done much. Bless you,

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  65. olga martin says:

    I am now experiencing the night sweats, the brain boggling fog, the mood swings= I need to try this before I make a reservation at the mental hospital since the natural troquees have not done much.

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  66. Connie Williamson says:

    Oh yes. I’ve been going through it for awhile now. And I’d love to test this little device. I heat up from the inside out – and nobody else in the room can feel the heat. That just makes me grouchier. If I have to be hot, EVERYbody should have to be hot.

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  67. Soledad says:

    I would love to try this new toy. I need it.

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  68. Elizabeth says:

    Can I ask to try Ladycare more than once? Just in case I can…
    I am a hot sweaty mess on a regular basis… hot flashes on and off for 8-10 years now. I can’t do any estrogen as I had breast cancer 7 years ago so I am looking for a miracle and maybe this could be it!!

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  69. Justacutter says:

    Night sweats just suck. I am 54, have been deep into the pause for 4 years. No drugs, just sweatin’ and smilin’. Sure would try it, even if I had to hang it between my eyes just for relief. No more naked under the paddle fan,LOL. You all know what I mean.

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  70. Carol M says:

    I am 50 F/W have had Radical Hystorectomy 4 years ago and have and still having HOT FLASHES/NIGHT SWEAT’s/MOOD SHIFTS/LOST LABIDO. Very frustrated I literallly get soaked day and night-turn beat red so that has prevented my husband and I from going out in public with friends its even worse. I sure hope this works. The only thing my Doc will tell me what to take Black Coash 3 times a day…and it will ease up eventually. right when I am 80?

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  71. Sandy says:

    Oh yea, I’m going through menopause right now at age 52. I’ve been going through it for several years, but symptoms seem to have increased this year. I’m willing to try anything for relief! 😉 Sandy

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  72. Dori W. says:

    I would sure like to try this. I am definately going through menapause!

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  73. Elizabeth Kasprzak says:

    I started menopause at the age of 40. I was on HRT Therapy for 15 years and had no trouble with hot flashes and night sweats. That was 10 years ago! Since then, I have suffered through HOT Flashes that leave me dripping,rivulets of sweat running down my scalp,really flushed,red face! Then there are the night sweats when I am drenched in sweat and the heat radiates off my body. My husband hates it. I’ll tell you..it’s a turn off /for him. not very romantic cuddling a sweaty,flushed,wet scalp and hair wife.! PLEASE,PLEASE,PLEASE let me try this! I am DESPERATE. I have tried ALL of the remedies . THEY DON’t WORK for moi!!!! If necessary,I’ll sign off our first born lol! Course she ‘s married and has a couple of kids and a husband; but whatever! just kidding but I am really in need of relief!! thank you.

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  74. Deb Tanner says:

    Last period at 50, but continue to not sleep well, weight gain, not much interest in sex, and still horrible night sweats. Pick me…

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  75. Cate says:

    I am 57 now and have been without a period for almost a year now. My hot flashes are unreal (As I write this I am sitting with three ice packs!) Mother always told me that I have always ‘run hot’….but this is so bad…makes me almost panicky. All of the symptoms apply to me!!

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  76. FDDJFVA says:

    OMG, my heart goes out to all of the ladies (and myself) who are suffering from hot flashes, mood swings, weight gain and vaginal dryness. It really sucks! If this device really works, it will be a bestseller! I would love to giveLadycare a try. I have been in peri-menopause for about 3 years now and sliding into full menopause. The symptoms are no joke. They really disrupt your life. I will not do drugs but like most of the people here want to take care of this naturally. Thanks!

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  77. Akrew24 says:

    Menopause does not seem to want to leave my body. I am possessed with hot flashes and night sweats for over ten years. If this little device will stop them, I would call it a miracle.

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  78. kathi fincham says:

    Pick me and I will be your best friend forever!! I am so tired of my hair being wet when I am trying to look nice. I am tired of my pillow being wet when I wake up in the morning. I am tired of taking a shower in the morning and needing another one if I want to still look decent that night. I’m tired of my face always being red from being hot. This has been going on for four years now, and I am just trying to survive it – no meds for me. Help me enjoy my life!!!!!!!!!!

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  79. Lavada says:

    Yes, I am. A minimum of 4 a day — that would be welcomed.
    Just like all these other ladies, what I wouldn’t give for a night’s sleep without waking 5-6 times so hot you begin to cough your head off (which only compounds the problem to begin with)!
    Could all/some of my problems go away/diminish with this little product? I’d love to let you know. Thanks.

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  80. Rebecca Pate says:

    I have just had a total hysterectomy. I am 52 years old, having almost continuous hot flashes. I wake up every night drenched from night sweats. I would LOVE to try this!!! Please choose me!!!

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  81. Pamela Goldman says:

    Yes!! I’m 50 and recently started experiencing hot flashes. Help!!!

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  82. deborah ramos says:

    I began menopause at age 28 after radiation treatments for a cancerous tumor in my cervix. The radiation killed my organs and even melted my bladder into the cervix. 8 years later, I experienced the same cancer and had a total exaneration including removal of the bladder. Now at age 53, my hot flashes are more fierce and frequent than before. I not only wake up every 21/2 hours to catherize, i wake up in between these hours because of the extensive heat that takes over my body. I definately welcome anything that can alleviate or take these espisodes away. Because of my history of cancer, I am not able to take anymore medication to help.

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  83. deborah ramos says:

    I began menopause at age 28 after radiation treatments for a cancerous tumor in my cervix. The radiation killed my organs and even melted my bladder into the cervix. 8 years later, I experienced the same cancer and had a total exaneration including removal of the bladder. Now at age 53, my hot flashes are more fierce and frequent than before. I not only wake up every 21/2 hours to catherize, i wake up in between these hours because of the extensive heat that takes over my body. I definately welcome anything that can alleviate or take these espisodes away.

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  84. Debra J Webb says:

    I would love to try this!
    Blessings
    From Debra J Webb

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  85. Lori Chomyk says:

    I am using estragel, and it is working fine! But then there are day’s that I need more!
    Please help me!

    Lori

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  86. pat michko says:

    I am 56 years old, and started having hot flashes about 2 years ago. Night sweats even before that, about 4-5 years ago. All symptoms seem to be less noticeable now, yeah!

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  87. Kathrine Iacofano says:

    I’m 55 and have been suffering hot flashes going on 3 years. If it works, it’d be a god send!

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  88. Marina Klima says:

    I am going through menopause right now and would like to try this.

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  89. pathat98 says:

    Currently going thru it and have been for several years. would love to try this product…

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  90. Heidi says:

    Okay,
    This sounds too good to be true …BUT, at this point, I think I would lick a toad if I could sleep through the night! hot flashes ,night sweats, and soooo many other fun dipps and dives have made my ride on the menopause roller coaster a ride from Hell.I am not a candidate for HRT, so this would be an absolute gift from the menopause goddess if this gave me any relief!
    So, I guess aim saying that I would be a great test subject, I am 50 and in my third year without a period.

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  91. Elizabeth says:

    I’m menopausal, have at least 8 hot-flashes a day and night sweats as well. I was taken off estrogen replacement therapy a few months ago and am miserable, especially after moving to a hotter climate. I’d love to try this device (and purple is my favorite color)!

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  92. nbongo says:

    Yep, I’ll try it!

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  93. beth says:

    heck I will try anything’–)

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  94. j27 says:

    I have been going through menopause for 10 years and would give anything to get a good night’s sleep. I am a little skeptical but would love to give it a try.

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  95. Ann says:

    Sounds good to me…..sign me up!

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  96. Denise Tremaine says:

    I am 52 and have been going through menopause for over a year. I have horrible hot flashes, weight gain, and everything else that goes along with menopause. I have tried several over the counter remedies with no relief. I would love to try something else in hopes of easing my menopausal symptoms.

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  97. LorriL says:

    AAGGGHHH! One year of hot flashes. I’ve heard it can last ten years! Nothing I’ve tried so far has been successful. I would love to have a good nights sleep!

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  98. Denise says:

    Sign me up! These hot flashes are the pits!

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  99. Yolanda Becerra says:

    This is surely something I need.

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  100. Susan Cook says:

    I am just starting menopause now at 53, and would love to try this. I am starting to get some of the hot flash symptoms and would like to try this out.

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  101. mobilebulldog says:

    i would like to try this product. estradiol gel and evamist spray are what i call fairy gell and mist. i cannot tell if either did anything to help.

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  102. MARLENE SEELIG says:

    Off all hormones and suffering… would love to try this!

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  103. Debbie Chaney says:

    I’m still experiencing symptoms…would like to see if this works!

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  104. Tina Wells says:

    Had a partial hysterectomy at just shy of 54. Kept my ovaries from which i still was getting some hormones. Recently I believe my body has stopped producing any and I have been having some not fun hot flashes! and a change in my weight and low libido.

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  105. Jean Burkhardt says:

    Even though I am 66 I still have night sweats. The covers go off and on so much I feel as if I don’t sleep. I haven’t worn a winter nightgown in quite a while. I sleep in summer gowns all year long. I would love a drug free method that might help me. I would test it for sure.

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  106. Agnes says:

    I am one HOT MESS, like the majority of the ladies who have commented about this phase, I have it all and the worst of it is that it is affecting my ability to control my mood swings at work and it is causing me great distress. I am on venlaxfamin now and if I dare not to take one at night I end up with nightmares and horrible migraines. I will be 49 in a couple of months and this all started last fall. I would love to try a non- narcotic way of handling these horrible symptoms.

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  107. victoria williams says:

    According to my labs and recent night sweats, yes I can say I am in menopause. SOS

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  108. Linda says:

    I am going through hot flashes, night and day sweats they are so unbearable I am embarrassed at work and other places. I would kill for anything that is gonna help me. I have tried all the over the counter remedies and all homeopathic remedies nothing is working. If ever there is a true judge of weather or not it works it would be me.

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  109. accessoryqueen1 says:

    I’ve tried 2 over the counter products and so far-eh.

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  110. JcarLcar says:

    I’ll try anything that may help with hot flashes. It seems like I’ve had them forever.

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  111. Cate Sherrie says:

    Yes, I am experiencing symptoms of menopause now. I have thought about hormone treatments, but haven’t tried that yet.

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  112. Murphy says:

    I would love to try an alternative that works on hot flashes, mood swings, and around the middle weight gain. Waking up drenched in night sweats can really affect a productive next day.

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  113. Dorothy B. says:

    Seeing I have a hot flash every 10-15 mins…yeah I would love to try it.

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  114. Laurie Coffman says:

    I would love to try this. I have such bad hot flashes that I keep a fan on me all day at work. I have tried supplements and medications to no avail. Something like this would be wonderful. I have been suffering with this for 6 years and would love some relief.

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  115. cathy says:

    I would love to try this product! My biggest complaint is night sweats. I don’t sleep all that well and when you are waking up several times, it doesn’t make for a restorative night’s sleep.

    Hope to read more about this product, it sounds too good to be true!

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  116. Debby Salsburg says:

    I am 56 years old and am currently going through menopause. I am having a terrible time dealing with night sweats, depression and trouble sleeping. I have tried hormonal supplements but worry about possible links to cancer. I am at my wits end and would be willing to try try this product.

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  117. Audrey says:

    Yes, I am going through menopause now and have been for about three years…. with no end in sight. Every time I think it’s done with, I start getting the hot flashes, insomnia, and all the other lovely effects of menopause. I’m not crazy about medicating for it because of the history of breast cancer in my family so I suffer silently… not according to my husband though…..

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  118. Laurie says:

    Nearly 3 years “in” — to hot flashes and night sweats, that is. Actually, I feel overheated so often I’m not sure what normal is anymore! As I’m not interested in HRT (hormone replacement therapy), I would love to try this device for FOF!

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  119. v1j2m3 says:

    I would welcome any relief that can reduce my hot flashes and help me sleep at night. Once I am rested, we can work on my libido.

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  120. Cynthia says:

    I am now 43 and have been experiencing menopause since I was 38 due to surgery. I wore the hormone patch for a few years and decided to give my body a break. That’s when I found out the hormone patch was making my endometriosis spread to my kidney and bladder. I’ve since had surgery to scrape the endometriosis after taking treatment of lupron for six months and eventually having to wear a stint in my ureter for five months. I have hot flashes at least 6 or 7 times a day. At night I can barely get any sleep because I wake up four or five times during the night from being drenched in sweat. I would love to give this a try since nothing else I’ve tried such as Black Cohosh, Estroven, nor Remifenin seem to help. I wonder how much longer will I have to go through this.

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  121. Griselle says:

    I wiould love to try this. I have had hot flashes and night sweats since my early forties. I am 56 now and still have them every day and every night. I use a fan in an office where everyone else is freezing and wearing sweaters year round. I cannot use hormones, my mother had breast cancer and my doctor doesn’t feel comfortable giving them to me. I get migraines I have gain weight and feel extremely tired and sleepy at work. I would love to try something with the hopes of any relieve. Thanks.

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  122. Nancy McMullen says:

    Oh my gosh!!! You are preaching to the choir here! I have been experiencing hot flashes and have been just plain HOT 24/7 for the past 12 years, and I have been looking for answers to put me out of my misery!

    I’ll tell you, if I am not picked for testing this, then I just might have to buy it!

    Thank you for your consideration!!!

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  123. Cindi says:

    I’m experiencing some of the first signs. Weight gain in the middle section, night sweats.

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  124. Wendy T. Bonavita says:

    I had to wean off my Vivelle Dot and am now suffering from both hot flashes and night sweats. I’m a firm believer in alternative therapies (we own a health food mart) and would be a great candidate for this trial!

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  125. Suzzanne Myer says:

    I am very curious, I would love to test it.

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  126. Teachwalk1 says:

    Would love to test the LadyCare Menopause device! I’ve looked and tried many natural products that claim to help with hot flashes! Needless to say, I am still having these embarrassing hot flashes!!! Thanks so much for the opportunity to test your product!

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  127. ragamuffins says:

    Yes. I am 55 and menopause is in full swing! I have hot flashes around the clock! I am taking estroven only and am uncomfortable most of the time. I would love to test this product for you. I have high hopes Ladycare.

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  128. Brenda Chambers says:

    I am going through menapause now. Hot flashes, lack of energy, insomnia.

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  129. Linda T says:

    Going through menopause now that I stopped the Estradiol patches too; hotflashes are manageable but either wake me up at night or make me sweaty (irritable) in the AM–ugh. Looking into Femarelle as suggested–thanks!

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  130. kgritts says:

    Yes, I am going through menopause and I have LOTS of hot flashes every. single. day. Flashes in the morning, flashes in the evening, flashes at suppertime –as the old song goes. AND, flashes at work, at home, in bed…etc. So tired of putting jacket on, taking jacket off, sweating then freezing. Whose body is this, anyway?

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  131. margo says:

    i would love to get rid of my hot flashes! i’ve had them for over 8 years! wouldn’t mind getting off hormones and resuming my past life !!

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  132. Kathy says:

    I am 53 have been experiencing hot flashes since I was 38. Became post menopausal 4 yers ago. My aunt took premin and suffered a massive stroke from this drug. I am afraid to take any kind of drug that might trigger the same. I suffer all these symptoms and would love to try this alternative solution.

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  133. Christa L. says:

    i would like to try this!

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  134. Ginger says:

    Going through early signs of menopause, now 54, and the night sweats are driving me crazy. I can deal with it at work and how cold the office is, but at night they are a beast.

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  135. Margaret Wheat says:

    Full Swing menopause! Somebody Save Me!!!

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  136. Mary L says:

    I am 58 and I have been going through the change since before 2003. I had a partial hysterectomy in 2003 and had been going through menopause for about 3 years or longer at that time. I have really horrible hot flashes all day and all night long. I also have fibromyalgia, sciatica and COPD so along with menopause I have absolutely no energy or any sex drive at all. I live with a lot of pain whick zaps my energy as well. My biological Mother had breast cancer so I have chose not to take any HRT’s of any kind. I would love to try this and this would be a real blessing for me if this worked for me. Thanks for the chance to try one.

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  137. Cathy says:

    Boy, could I use it, esp. in the hay field and these 90-100 degree plus days.

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  138. Julie C says:

    I would love to try this. I just turned 50 and the hot flashes are increasing in frequency. I live in Arizona which is miserably hot already, so the internal heat is brutal this summer. I’m also distressed over the weight gain around my middle.

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  139. BlueBear says:

    Do NOT include me! What total rubbish! You have conned over 300,000 desperate women and you should be ashamed! FOF should be ashamed for promoting a nostrum that snake oil salesman wouldn’t talk about! Menopause isn’t in the mind. It is a physical changing of a woman’s body and, as such, the symptoms must be treated from within. Menopause is part of the aging process. Pointing some gadget at your body won’t change that.

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  140. Mar says:

    I have been living with hot flashes and night sweats for about a year and a half now. Some hot flashes are so bad I get the shakes and almost feel like I have the flu.

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  141. MaryEllen says:

    I’d love to try! 51 and perimenopause=ugh!

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  142. Marsha Crain says:

    This sounds too good to be true. I would love to try it. The doctors don’t want me on any hormons-so this wold be great!!

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  143. Berti says:

    Hi,

    I went through menopause in my mid forties and am 61 now, however, I still have hormonal issues and get very hot, especially at night. I have other menopausal symptoms as well, it never stops or so it seems!

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  144. Evie says:

    Hot flashes are the pits! Started for me late – around 63 and I suffer still at 66. When will it end? I am a breast cancer survivor so can no longer take anything to prevent the flashes – please consider me!

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  145. km_maggard says:

    I had uterine cancer seven years ago at the age of 42 and immediately was thrown into menopause. I have recently stopped taking Premarin and the hot flashes are getting worse! This sounds like an excellent product for me to try!

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  146. patricia says:

    I am just starting premenapause and need help please

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  147. KATHLEEN BELLINGER says:

    i started menopause 20 yrs ago (42 yrs old) and STILL get night sweats & hot flashes

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  148. klf says:

    Yes…a hysterectomy sent me head-first into menopause. Please help!!!

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  149. lorib says:

    Yes, I would love the freedom of not being a sweaty mess at the most inconvenient times!

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  150. ISL says:

    I am still having hot flashes even all these years after beginning a very early onset menopause (42) and I’m 61! I was taking prescription hormones and stopped when all the news reports came out about cancer scares. I tried homeopathic cures but that didn’t work. Now I am taking bio-identical hormone replacement but it’s not 100% effective. It would be a miracle if this Ladycare device would finally be my miracle!

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    • KATHLEEN BELLINGER says:

      your story is verrrrry similar to mine…..i was starting to think something else was wrong with STILL getting night sweats & hot flashes….glad i’mnot alone

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    • KATHLEEN BELLINGER says:

      your story is verrrrry similar to mine…..i was starting to think something else was wrong with STILL getting night sweats & hot flashes….glad i’mnot alone

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  151. newtoy42 says:

    Would love to test this device cause I could use it

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  152. gladpack7 says:

    Bring it on–I have had hot flashes for 12 years–will they never end? I’d love to try LadyCare. Thanks for the consideration.

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  153. sandy eckstein says:

    still in menopause and as a brast cancer patient ,having had chemo. i might always have hot flashes. also take meds for pain that increase body heat.. a double whammy. would love to try this…

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  154. amy brumer says:

    i am smack in the middle of menapause. i have night sweats almost every night, and hot flashes at least 2-3 times a day. i live in los angeles, which makes my symptoms extra difficult because of the heat. i have tried hormone therapy, but do not want any side effects. i would love to test this. thanks, amy

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  155. mary says:

    Help! I feel like I am melting! Please put out my hot flashes.

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  156. Antionette Blake says:

    I have been going through menopause for about 3 years now, and the night sweats are coming fast and furious.

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  157. Sandra Mooring says:

    Yes I am going through meopause and I would love the test this sweet little device! PLEASE……………!

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  158. Dotty says:

    Sign me up! Quick! Is it hot in here?:)

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  159. sattalia says:

    I’ve had hot flashes and night sweats for over ten years now. I would love to try this natural product.

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  160. Sharon Cherro says:

    yes i am and it isnt any fun. i just turned 60 in June

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  161. holly says:

    would love to try this. maybe this is the answer to
    the “power surges” my body is experiencing

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  162. Sue says:

    I went through menopause about 5 years ago, but I am still having hot flashes and night sweats…something like this would be SO NICE!!!! I would LOVE to try it out for your POST-menopausal consumers!!! PLEASE!!!

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  163. Barbie Young says:

    I would love to not wake up at 3AM every single morning because I’m burning up! LOL

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  164. Liz Rockler says:

    I’ve been in transition now for about 5 years … symptoms coming and going …. I realized I also have ADD which exacerbates all Peri/menopausal symptoms which was almost debilitating. Medication helps (for that) but doesn’t completely take away the exaggerated symptoms. Any additional therapy will be welcomed with anticipation and such a positive attitude!!!

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  165. Linda says:

    I am post-menopausal but still need HRT to control symptoms. I’m 61 and was 47 when menopause began. Help!

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  166. Lea Ogozelec says:

    I went through menopause about 4 years ago at age 58, but I still suffer from night sweats every night and would love to see if this product, Ladycare Menopause Device, helps!

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  167. Tammy Allen says:

    I am defintely going through menopause now. Have been and continuing hot flashes; would love to be a tester/testor.

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  168. Becky Chester says:

    From the # of comments this has received, its easy to see that this is an ailment many experience. I for one am sweating even now as I write this and the summer heat won’t be here for a few more hours. I have hot flashes all day and all night – more so when I’m feeling stressed which is frequent these days. I would love to have the opportunity to try this magnetic devise. You can be sure I would shout it from the mountain tops and all over Facebook to my 500 + friends!

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  169. D Walker says:

    I’VE BEEN DEALING WITH THIS FOR FIVE YEARS AND NEED RELIEF…!!! — My Family needs relief!!!

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  170. Janet Atchley says:

    I want and need this device. I spend my life in a perpetual hot flash. It’s inconvenient and embarrasing. One minute I’m sweating and burning up the next I’m freezing. HELP!

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  171. WLONGMAN says:

    Oh yes, I’m in the hot-flashing, night sweating middle of menopause. And even though I’m a pharmacist I’m sick of taking drugs..this magnetic clip seems dubious, but I would love to try it.

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  172. Leslie says:

    I have been trying to do this naturally and it has been difficult struggling through it. The house is always like walking into a cooler. The nice thing about it is hubby has gotten some real nice sweaters.

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  173. Jamison Kaufman says:

    Holy moly at 54 I am soaking the sheets every night and even in church i fan myself with something! It’s like someone turned the oven on high and it usually begins with the chills. What a rollercoaster ride! This has been going on for over a year now and my (new) husband is such a fantastic trooper, but it’s taking his toll on him too! No lol.

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  174. CDSmile says:

    I would be a great candidate for this product! I had cancer/chemo. in the past. I have tried herbal remedies and nothing has worked up to this point! It would be great to try the LadyCare device.

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  175. paula says:

    I would love to win the ladycare. I’m 54 & been having hotflashes & nightsweats since I was 49. It’s horrible!!! I’m awake several times at night & exhausted!! It’s worse in the summer mths. when it’s hot. I have an auto-immune disease & can’t take any medication for hotflashes. I hope it works!

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  176. Judita Floyd says:

    PLEASE pick me! The signs of meno I’m having is fat/thickness through my midsection and I Never had that before! Exercise doesn’t seem to help. Also some Hot flashes and panic feelings. I’m 57 yrs. old. My gyno doc says that I’m showing signs of menopause with the last blood test (last year). PICK ME! I HATE A FAT TUMMY!

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  177. Sandra says:

    After coming off of hormone replacement this year, I’m experiencing symptoms of menopause. It’s really annoying and embarrassing, especially with this extreme heat we’re having. I’ve been looking for safe alternatives.

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  178. Lillian poole says:

    I’m YOUR GIRL!!!!

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  179. Christine says:

    I would love to test this product. I am currently experiencing hot flashes several times a day as well as other symptoms. thank you

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  180. Verna says:

    I have had menopause symptoms for over 3 years and it’s driving me crazy! How long will this last?! My husband won’t sleep with me because of the night sweats. I love to wear bracelets, but can’t anymore since they irritate my arm when I have a hot flash. I can’t take hormone replacements because of family history of breast cancer. PLEASE let me try this! Thank you.

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  181. Paula says:

    I’m going thru it now..Please help!! Give me a chance to test this…

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  182. Jayne says:

    Would love to test this!! Much better than estradiol!

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  183. nettie54 says:

    I had a forced menopause at age 46 due to a hysterectomy. All was taken, including ovaries. Was on oral hormone replacement for several years, but due to high level of breast cancer in my family (and more than a few biopsy “scares” in me) my doctor recommended I go off oral estrogen. Now just use it “down there” for dryness but not enough to keep the night sweats, fatigue, loss of libido in check. This would be a Godsend and would definitely love to try it ! Pleeeeze !!

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  184. beastiesfirst says:

    I’m through the worst of it now, I think. Started at 40 and it lasted for 20 years! Took HRT for most of those 20, with absolutely no ill effects, and kept symptoms under control. Alas, I’ve been cut off! My skin’s showing my age and the mid-section fat I never got while on HRT has taken up residence. The hot flashes, night sweats and mood swings aren’t as intense, but they’re still there! Pick me! Pick me!!

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  185. Geri Curry says:

    I am literally sitting in my Dr.s office to get my prescription. Would love to go the non medical route to treat my symptoms!

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  186. Jane says:

    Nearly 10 years of hot flashes, interrupted sleep, fatigue and that nasty belly weight gain…if this device can change all that, life would be even more glorious!
    I would love to trial it.

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  187. Donna Yates says:

    I started going through memopause at about age 51. I have numerous hotflashes per day and have not had an uninterupted night of sleep in years. I have tried various product non of which have been very effective. I would love to give this a try and see if it is the answer.

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  188. Dora Almazan says:

    I have a hubby who is sick and I am his caregiver, I need relief! Please pick me, the sleepless nights don’t help

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  189. Suzanne Procter says:

    Regrettably, I have been in menopause for over 20 years since my hysterectomy at 38. I was put on HRT until diagnosed with breast cancer 10 years ago. I have been experiencing major hot flashes of up to 10 per day since the hormone therapy stopped. I have tried everything!!! I am at my wits end. Haven’t slept a full night through without hot flashes. I would be a major challenge for Lady Care and would love to try it.

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  190. Mary says:

    YES! It’s been 10 years of hot flashes and night sweats – I’ll try anything!

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  191. kIm Swann says:

    PLEASE DYING TO TEST.

    I am fuzzy , tired, hot and bothered.
    I would love to test this product!

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  192. Christa says:

    I would love to try this product. I am experiencing several hot flashes a day and at night. I am thinking about trying medication because I am miserable, but would love to find a drug-free solution.

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  193. Donna says:

    Oh my I would love to try this product. I had breast cancer and cant use hormone replacement so my hot flashes are awful. I would give anyhting to try this product to see if it would help with my hot flashes and night sweats . I am at my wits end! Please give me a chance.
    Looking for relief!!

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  194. Lisa States says:

    I would love to try this, as I am in full-blown menopause right now and have opted to use cream instead of the HCT drug therapy! Please pick me!!!!

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  195. Liz Lewis says:

    After 7 years of sufferring…
    I am open to try anything that will stop my night sweats. I am so tired (pardon the pun) of sleepless nights due to night sweats that are preventing me from getting a peaceful, dry and comforatable sleep.
    I have tried everything and nothing has worked so far and I am excited for an actual remedy.

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  196. Virginia says:

    Yes, I am going through menopause. I am so tired of feeling like I am buring from the inside out. It is a horrible feeling that I wish would go away!
    I would love to try this!!!!!!!!!!!

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  197. thillsd says:

    I have been having severe night sweats every night for over 5 years now. I haven’t told my doctor because I am afraid to be put on hormone replacement therapy. This might be the answer i so desperately need!!

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  198. Maries says:

    Finishing up with Chemo and will be starting hormone therapy, forcing me into menopause. After all the side effects of chemo, I am anxious to get get back to a semi normal life. Hopefully LadyCare can help me.

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  199. Leesa says:

    I have tried many approaches and nothing seems to be working. I’m desperate!

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  200. Pamela Oates says:

    Yes I am and have been going thru menopause for the last 7 yrs. I experience hot flashes every hour or so. I am not on any harmone therapy at this time.

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  201. pat swagger says:

    I have 6-10 hot flashes a day and night sweats, sure could use this.

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  202. Helen says:

    I’ve been dealing with peri menopause for the last six years. Finally thought I was getting over the worst of it when things started up all over again!! Help

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  203. Peg says:

    Starts around noon everyday and happens once-a-hour. Have not had a good night sleep for about 3 years. Sweats and chills from the sweat. HELP!!!!!!!

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  204. BeckyIA says:

    I’m in peri-menopause. I have more than four hot flashes a day and night sweats wake me up every two to three hours every night. My cats have discovered that when I throw the covers off, I’m hot, so I’ve become their personal heat source. I’ll try anything!!!!!

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  205. JWeaver says:

    A gift from the heavens? Oh! I’d like to try!

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  206. Sherie says:

    Please let me try my husband is so cold blooded & i am so hot that he said i am not normal and will spontaniously combust & refuses to let me turn air on to a comfortable temp for me. i said i can’t get anymore off but he can put more on but he refuses. HELP

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  207. Casey Anderson says:

    Do I have at least 4 hot flashes a day?!!! I don’t even flash any more. I stay in a hot flash & pray for cold flashes. I had to buy my cats an electric blanket because I have the A/C on in the winter. I buy clothes that I hope my sweating won’t show thru. The women in the office w/me wear their winter coats & use portable heaters! I have tried everything I can get my hands on & nothing helps. My Dr. is in her early 30’s & hasn’t had the pleasure of experiencing a hot flash so she will not consider giving me anything. I started going thru the change in my mid 30’s & it hasn’t slacked off yet. My mother & her mother & sisters started early. I keep looking for an end in sight but nothing yet! I would love to be considered to try this.

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  208. Phoenix says:

    I’ve been in perimenopause for several years. At this point I’d be glad to be in full-blown menopause!

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  209. Diane Martin says:

    Started menopause at age 40 am now 53. I still have all the usual effects of menopause. Choose not to continue with HRT once mother got breast cancer. Would LOVE a non-chemical solution to symptoms!

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  210. carol danforth says:

    I am going through menopause.I feel like I am my own personal sauna. If this little gadget would help, I’d jump for joy! Would love to test this.

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  211. Phyllis says:

    I would like to test the Lady Care. I am going through a mild form of menopause. Have been discussing alternative therapies with doctor and friends. Would love to try it.

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  212. spurnky says:

    I am going through it now, and it is awful!

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  213. t banas says:

    I would love to try something natural for the sleepless nights, hot flashes and mid-section weight gain. I’m 50 in October.

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  214. Sylvia says:

    I have been going through the ‘change’ now for years. Hot flushes, difficulty sleeping, low libido and tiredness are just a way of life as I will not take any drug/hormone treatment due to family history. If this really works it would be fantastic. I would love to give it a go….

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  215. Cindy says:

    Wow! If only this were true!!! I’m 58 and am STILL going through “the change” which began when I was 56! As I have been saying for two years, “Menopause is killing me!”. I can’t believe my feet can be cold when my head and chest are soaked in sweat! Please, somebody, help me!

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  216. holly smith says:

    I have just begun having those awful fiery hotflashes
    in the past year. Now I kmow what everyone talk about.

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  217. D' Forman says:

    I’m going through menopause now and even with training for a marathon, I’m gaining weight, especially around my middle. Also, have night sweats and mood swings. I would love to make these symptoms go away!

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  218. edithgreene says:

    I have been having hot flashes for 10 years I would try anthing. I always wake up in the middle of the night, I need a good nites sleep!

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  219. connied54 says:

    I had a partial hysterectomy over 12 years ago, but I think I just recently started menopause. I have been having troubl sleeping, weight gain and bloating, fatigue, and lack of libido, I would love to try something natural to relieve these symptoms.

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  220. A.J. says:

    I am not taking hormones at present but feel that something is needed to help me. Maybe this is what I need. I would love to try this. I hope I get the opportunity. Thanks.

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  221. Debbie Fiedler says:

    I took myself off hormones about a year ago and it has been an uphill struggle, I am trying natural remedies with no luck so far. Please consider me for this trial.

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  222. PatByBay says:

    I am 51 and have gone through menopause (peri started at 38) and have been having hot flashes for 13 years. My doctor says that she believes I am one of those women who will always have hot flashes. Any help in reducing them would be great!!

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  223. Amanda says:

    I am 54 and have been having hot flashes and a broken body thermostat for a few years. Acupuncture worked until I had a fluke ruptured cyst, and all hell broke loose with my hormones. What I would give for a good night’s sleep!

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  224. cindy says:

    My friends have cute names for hot flashes – my own personal summer, mini tropical vacation, power charge, etc. but, I think Hot flashes are a preview of HELL!

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  225. Shirley says:

    I am in the thick of menopause at 54 yrs of age. 6+ hot flashes a day, weight gain, insomnia, night sweats, fatigue, etc. My doctor won’t put me on hormones because I’m on heart meds for a stent placement about 5 yrs. ago. I would love to try this device.

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  226. SaraWald says:

    id like to test

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  227. Sonia says:

    I am in menopause 2 years now. I am 54. experiencing hot flashes, night sweats, weight gain im middle, and my libido has taken a nose dive! Breast cancer survivor so hormone therapy is out of the question. Pick me please!!!! Would love to try this device.

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  228. MGABBYB says:

    Would love to try this.

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  229. deb says:

    I’ll try anything at this point

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  230. Aggie Pearo says:

    I too am on HRT in a cream that I have to slather on two times a day. What a mess and I can’t honestly say that it is worth the trouble and expense. Please let me try this new device….Thanks in advance!

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  231. pepper3 says:

    I started Perimenopause & the hot flashes are difficult this summer. Any relief would be good!

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  232. Sharonsue says:

    I need this badly! During Hot Flashes, I also get nauseated! Been having this problem for years now. Would LOVE to test and give a good review! Thanks so much!

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  233. pameladw says:

    I am currently in the midst of menopause! I had a hysterectomy and am taking hormones. It is difficult at best to control my symptoms with the appropriate dosage!

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  234. Sherry Fraser says:

    yes. I am experiencing menopause & would welcome the chance to try this alternative therapy. The drugs scare me.

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  235. Pamela says:

    I’m not convinced menopause isntban on-going experience with me, but to be specific with the questions, 55 and I can still break out in a sweat standing still. You bet, then, I’d give this device a whirl and hopefully continue to dance to the beat of a distant drummer– but with fewer flashes lighting me up!

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  236. Toni Blankenship says:

    Since my early hysterectomy at the age of 39 I have suffered from multiple menopause symptoms, specifically hot flashes. I’ve tried patches which don’t stick to me, gels which irritate my skin and OTC remedies which do very little. I can’t take oral hormones because of arthritis treatments that I receive and how it would effect my liver. So, at the age of 51, I am desperate to find a drug-free remedy that would help me to prevent these awful hot flashes that hit me at all times of the day and night! I would be so excited to find something that worked.

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  237. Mel K. says:

    After surviving breast cancer in 1998 I started having hot flashes. I went into menopause early (2009) and I suffer from all the things you listed. I hot flash ALL THE TIME. I would be the perfetc tester. Hot flashes make my life miserable.

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  238. Micheline says:

    Definitely going through menopause now…. grrrr! (I am 52 and started just before turning 50). I’d love to put Ladycare to the test!

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  239. Ravenofeden says:

    I would love to try this. I was always nice and thin and now it seems I can not lose weight. Hate hot flashes. If this works it would be fantastic. Let me try it and give an honest opinion of its affectedness. (Is that a word?)

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  240. Anne says:

    Kudos to someone for making something that could help…Can you believe how many women have signed up to test..I also would like the chance…night sweats are killing me ! and low libido…need I say more 🙁

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  241. Nancy says:

    I would knowingly give childbirth through my auditory canal a try, if I thought that my wearing this I could cease with the hot flashes,night sweats,loss of “that loving feeling”,and the mean thing!!!You know,that “thing” where you just cannot fathom your old nice self anymore???Come on,give a poor 61 yr. old girl in menopause for 8 years now a break!

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  242. mspurplelady11 says:

    Yes, this rollercoaster ride has just begun for me. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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  243. Michelle says:

    I can’t take any estrogen replacements and am sensitive to everything. I could tell you if it works -easily!

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  244. Deborah says:

    I am 54 and have been going through menopause since 49. I have about 15 hot flashes a day. I HATE THEM! I have tried herbs, medications and nothing has helped. Also experiencing unusual fatigue. I call this “Men-On-Pause” cause the last thing I want is sex. I’m newly divorced and have dated but my sex drive is gone. I was never this way. I am healthy, eat right and exercise and this monster has made me feel miserable. I avoid outside activity because when a hot flash hits it’s brutal. If there is something that could make me feel normal again, I would love to try it.

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  245. Linda says:

    I just turned 50 and these hot flashes are no fun, especially when I am all done up and the sweat messes up my makeup or at night when I have to kick off the blanket and kick my husband in the process!

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  246. Rhonda says:

    Yes, I am. If this works the inventor should win every kind of prize and honor available. He/she will have saved all womankind.

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  247. Farmgirl57 says:

    Going thru menopausennow at 52. The hot flashes are to the extreme Day and night ocurring every 1 to 2 hours with my feet hand hands feeling like being stick with pins. The weigh gain is more bearable than the extreme hot flashes. I wish I could get a good nights sleep again. I trying over the counter products which are not at this point working.

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  248. scoutcrs13 says:

    So need the help! I’d love to test this unique product!

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  249. Sue says:

    Would love something that helps with hot flashes and weight gain!!!!! Not into taking horomones and other pills!! But relief would be GREAT!!!

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  250. SusanMaria Detterman says:

    I am tired of feeling hot most of the time, I’m uncomfortable!!!!!!!

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  251. rjcard123 says:

    I am in menopause and the back of my hands breakout in a sweaty puddle. night sweats,day sweats etc……..I would love to try the product.

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  252. Victoria says:

    I have been in menopause for over a year now.I am not on any hormonal therapy as I choose not too due to family history of cancer.The weight gain and hot flashes are the worst.I would love to try this .I really do not want to take any medication if I can help it.

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  253. Samantha says:

    I’m a 55 soon to be 56 year old fitness instructor. I experienced my first hot flash at least 5 years ago. I’ve tried herbal supplements but to no avail. What keeps me sane at night is my neck cold pack that I keep in the freezer. I’d love to try this product – I need help!!!

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  254. Flybabymom says:

    I went through menopause 16 years ago, at the age of 38. I’d love to try the Ladycare product to see if it helps with fatigue and other lingering symptoms.

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  255. andrea says:

    I have been going through menopause since 2003, at age 50. This is my 9th year and I am still having hot flashes, dripping with sweat all day. Weight gain, about 25 pounds. I sleep with a fan blowing on me all night. I cannot take hormones. It has affected my marriage, although my husband is increadibly understanding, blocking the wind from the fan with a pillow, and wearing sweats when I have the AC full blast or the windows open in the winter. If this thing works, it will change my life!

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  256. Ilene says:

    I would love to try this out. I am 54, in my fourth year of flashing/flushing multiple times every day, with no end in sight. I have recently tried I-cool for 3 months and it did not help me one tiny bit. I do not want to try estrogen therapy.

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  257. JcarLcar says:

    I would try anything that might work on my hot flashes.

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  258. mary-e says:

    yes, going through it now and would love to be a tester

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  259. amcintron says:

    Would love to try this…am going through the hot flashes and a little of weight gain(first signs)…..would love to have a non-medical solution to this.

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  260. amcintron says:

    Would love to try this…am going through the hot flashes and a little of weight gain…..would love to have a non-medical solution to this.

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  261. Angelia Thomas says:

    I am 50 years old and currently on Estradiol .5mg. I would love to try this also.

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  262. Becky says:

    I would try anything short of disgusting if it would alleviate my symptoms.

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  263. Louise says:

    Yes – I’m in memopause. Can’t believe I am. I have experienced all the symptoms and really don’t like this roller coaster ride. Please pick me! I would be very open to testing this device.

    Honestly, please pick me!

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  264. roberta mcclain says:

    I am four years post menopause, the hot flashes still come and sometime last throught-out the day. Is relief possible, let me try this product to see for myself.

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  265. Gwen says:

    Doctor keeps saying I’m technically peri-menopausal, but I have daily hot flashes, night sweats, trouble sleeping, lower (or no) libido, etc. Would love to try a non-hormonal fix!

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  266. noreenb says:

    Going through it now, at age 57 and not enjoying the daily and nightly hot flashes and sweats. Would love to try something that could give me some relief!

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  267. Bettina says:

    Weight Gain – mood swings – zero libido – hot flashes – sleep difficulties – night sweats. Ain’t it grand? Please oh please pick me!! I need all the help I can get!! My family will be forever in your debt if this alleviates the “wicked witch” syndrome!!

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  268. Cindy Rios says:

    Dr. won’t give me any help with this problem of hot flashes due to heart issues. I need something that will help me so I don’t turn beet red and feel relief.

    Thanks,

    Cindy Rios

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  269. mary says:

    I had a hysterectomy at 47, I would love to try this product to see if it would help with some of the menopause issues I have.

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  270. edge says:

    Still going through menopause and would like to give this device a try!

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  271. travelgirl says:

    Oh, I really could use this product! I had a hysterectomy at age 27, and then had to have my ovaries removed at age 30. So I had been on Premarin for 18 years. Now I have been off of it for 7 years, and I am definitely experiencing menopausal symptoms. Lack of sleep is causing weight gain – yuk! Please help me!!!!

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  272. JOC says:

    I’m 54 about to turn 55 and I’m going thru menopause – the one symptom that bothers me the most are the hot flashes. The sweating always happens at first the wrong time. I have had a little weight gain but I’m working on that. But these hot flashes are the pits!

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  273. Marlene Howard says:

    Uh I have hot flashes, night sweats weight gain, insomnia acne you name. I have tried everything over the counter nothing works. I would love to try this hopefully it will work.

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  274. Paula says:

    This is something I would love to try. I suffer from sleepless nights & hot flashes..Please give me a chance to test this..

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  275. belindabg says:

    I’m going through it now, having terrible symptoms like the belly fat weight gain and the hot flashes, lower libido, etc. I would love to find a therapy for this that didn’t include hormones, because I’m BRCA2 positive and can’t take replacement hormones, Mom and Sister had breast cancer. Pick Me! Please!

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  276. Jan T. says:

    I am fifty years old and I am going through menopause. Would love to get some relief from the hot flashes!

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  277. M Gillis says:

    Yes, started menopause at age 55 and still experiencing it a year later…

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  278. Linda says:

    I went through menopause for 6 years of misery without HRT – trying in vain to find a natural product that would work. Finally began HRT when I couldn’t take the hot flashes (every 45 mins, 24 hrs a day) and mood swings. Then I went off for a year when I didn’t have insurance coverage. Hot flashes came back immediately. Finally regained my insurance and was able to go back on HRT. My GYN would love me to stop HRT due to the number of years I’ve taken it, but knows how I suffer. I’d love to try something natural again but fear it won’t work. Please let me try this to find out if, indeed, it will resolve my issues.

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  279. Helen says:

    Would love to try this, as my current alternative therapies are not working and want to avoid hormone therapy at all cost.

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  280. Linda says:

    At 52 I have night sweats (wake up drenched) and some days feel meaner than a snake that causes me to nastily say things I’m sure did not come from my mouth! I have found I have to be careful on these mood swing days so I don’t say things I’m going to owe apologies for later. I’ll be happy to staple a magnet to my underwear if it keeps my mouth shut and evens out my moods! 🙂

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  281. Cathy says:

    At 54, I am two years into menopause. Hot flashes and mid-section fat gain are the worst. I cannot take HRT or anything hormonal.

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  282. Janet Atchley says:

    I have been having hot flashes for over 5 years now and hormone therapy did not elevate them. So, I figured why subject my body to it. But, I am so miserable. It’s so embarrassing to be sitting in a room and to start sweating. I keep a fan and a sweater at my desk and I’m constantly taking the sweater off, turning the fan on, taking the sweater off, etc. etc. etc. I’ve tried every gadget, pill, patch there is. If this worked it would be a dream come true.

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  283. cyndib says:

    i would love to try this – the weight gain has been the worst part for me – i can deal with the hot flashes – i don’t like them but can deal. i would love to try something that may work with out having to take any pills!!

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  284. Bev says:

    I’m 56, post-menopausal but still have hot flashes mostly at night, even with two fans blowing on me. I guess getting old is better than than alternative but sometimes….

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  285. Carol says:

    I would really love to try this! My son is getting married in early September and it would be great not to embarrass him with my hot flashes.

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  286. msortet says:

    I’m 51 and have hot flashes so frequently and so bad that I rarely go out in public. They are so embarassing! It’s hard to believe that a $45 device would act like magic with menopause symptoms but it would truly be an honor to be one of the first 50 in the U.S. to try Ladycare!

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  287. adgal says:

    Yes! Got back on the pill at age 49 to help prevent hot flashes. Now, at 51,they are back. Looking for alternative therapy!

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  288. saundra grillo says:

    I am in menopause and having all the terrible symptoms. I would be overjoyed to have relief. I am on on bio identical hormones but suffering in every aspect of my life.

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  289. Megan Sterner says:

    I am going through menopause now. But in May, I had a major heart attack and was told I can never take hormones again. These hot flashes are so bad, and now we have this heatwave out here on the east coast. Please let me try this as I am miserable!

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  290. CJ says:

    Currently going through. Middle age spread looks terrible on me! I snap at my poor family, weigh more now than when I was 9 months pregnant and my energy level is too darn low. Now, if I could harness the energy I generate during a heatflash …

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  291. Alexis says:

    I am experiencing this transition now (53). The hot flashes are horrific. Cellular bursts of heat like your core is on fire. Quick someone send in a firefighter-please! The night sweats are disgusting. Who wants to wake up with a sweaty hot face. Give me a break after all the years of monthly cycles this is the prize at the end? I believe in, support and promote all natural methods and would love a peaceful solution to this. I would love to try this product.

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  292. Wendy says:

    I am going through menopause now and experience 9 to 12 hot flashes daily. I would love to try this product. I wear a fitbit to keep track of my steps so clipping this device on would be no problem. Please consider me because I am tired of soaking through my clothes and feeling nauseous multiple times throughout the day.

    Thank you.

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  293. Debbie says:

    I am going through menopause and due to health reasons cannot due any hormonal replacements, etc. Having to tough it out!! Between the hot flashes and 100+degrees outside, I would love to try this Ladycare device out!

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  294. Patricia says:

    OMG-I’ve had nightsweats for 20 years. I’ll do it!

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  295. Denise Medvid says:

    I have been going thru menopause for the past 5 years and the hot flashes are horrible!!! They happen at the worst times, like when I’m speaking in a meeting! Please let me try this!

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  296. Debbie says:

    Hi – I am 52 and have been experiencing the affects of menopause for about 4 years. Hot flashes, mood swings, panic attacks, weight gain and trouble sleeping at night only begins to describe the changes in my life. Because of my family history of Breast Cancer I cannot take any kind of hormone replacement. This opportunity would truly be a blessing for me.

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  297. BeckyIA says:

    Yes, I’m going through menopause. I’ll try anything!!!!!

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  298. Mrs.E says:

    Hot flashes 10 to 15 times a day! They are driving me nuts. I had a stroke 6 years ago–completely recovered, but no hormones for me! Ice water and lots of handheld fans! Pick me, please pick me!!

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  299. Mommitch says:

    Oh yea, I’m in the throes of it now. I wish I could say I was hot, hot, hot because of my appearance but that’s not the case. These hot flashes are getting the best of me. If this device works it would be “heaven-sent”! I’m sure my husband would love for me to try it too!

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  300. Doris says:

    Is this offer closed yet? I NEED IT!!! Hormone therapy is too expensive…!

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  301. Cheryl Avery says:

    I am in menopause full swing. Irritable,hot flashes, can’t sleep at night . Not a very enjoyable time.Frustrated trying to lose weight! Would Love to find something to help these symptoms. Hormone replacements are not an option for me due to complications.Tried over the counter herbal remedies, no luck…. Help!!!!!!

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  302. Kathleen School says:

    I had a hysterectomy in 2000 but the last 3 years have been awful with hot flashes, night sweats, weight gain. (I still have my ovaries) I am not on anything at the time. A few years ago I was put on Premarin but started getting leg cramps so I quit and haven’t been on anything since. HELP!

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  303. Kelly says:

    As a Breast Cancer survivor who had a complete hysterectomy (and instant menopause) at 45 I choose not to take any soy based products or other hormone related drugs. I would love to test this to help with the HOT flashes that I’ve been having for 6 years.

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  304. Kathy Wilber says:

    I have been having hot flashes for about 5 years. I am 53 years old. Would love to try this!

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  305. tlo says:

    Would love to give this a shot!! This summer I will try just about anything to relieve my menopausal symptoms.

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  306. Donna says:

    I would love to try this product. I am just starting to experience the hot flashes and I do not like pills and if this works it would be so wonderful! Pick me please!

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  307. Lori Bottens says:

    I started going through menopause when I was 46. I am still having hot flashes now at 51. I would love to test your product.

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  308. maggiemae says:

    I had a hysterectomy 25 years ago, and I have been unable to find something safe to take to help with flashes, libido, insomnia, and weight gain. I have a strong family history of heart disease and breast cancer, so HRT is out of the question.
    This sounds very promising – and I would love to see if this works!

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  309. Kim Cage says:

    I am taking over the counter pills for my hot flashes and night sweats and they don’t seem to be working any more. would love to try this and see if it helps!!!!

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  310. Susan H says:

    I have been going through menopause for the past 8 years, and would try anything to relieve my symptoms!

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  311. Catherine Davis says:

    Boy If my 65 year old sister doesn’t need this! She has the worse hot flashes, is always hot and sweaty and freezing me out with the a/c, and can’t sleep at nights. Now I can’t sleep at night myself, but I don’t have the other symptons. This would be a possible blessing for her and would love to try this out.

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  312. mharris says:

    I have tried Black Cohosh, Remifemin, Soy, nothing has worked. Would love to try this.

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  313. Debbie says:

    Don’t get me started on the hot flashes — I feel like a witch being burned at the stake, only from the inside out (and the mood swings are making me seem like a witch, but I’m not, I swear!). I’ve also started to experience anxiety and, sadly, low libido (arrrgghh!). Would love to test this product, as I truly don’t like taking prescription medication unless it’s an absolute necessity.

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  314. deborahf2 says:

    I avoid even taking aspirin so have been swimming upstream in sweaty menopausal flashes…would be ever so grateful if I am one of the lucky ones and this worked as described… and anxious to hear the results if not chosen as a tester…

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  315. Nancy M says:

    I experience mild hot flashes and do not use any therapies. I would love to try this.

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  316. kgritts says:

    I had my uterus removed 2 years ago. I kept my ovaries but am now going through menopause. Hot flashes are a daily event – like several times a day! It’s like a volcano lives inside me and decides to erupt 3-5 times a day! I would love to give this device a shot. I am so tired of living with a fan within 2-3 feet of me 24 hours a day!

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  317. dmnyes says:

    What a relief to not wake during the night, totally tangled in bedding in a heap all over the bed, trying to cool off. I find myself sleeping in every conceivable direction possible on my bed. I am hoping that this menopause doesn’t last forever!

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  318. dianemary says:

    I’ll try anything at this point. pick me

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  319. melissa says:

    I just turned 51 been going thru menopause also(putting men on pause) lol for about about 8 years. The hot flashes are horrible. Sometimes I get hot and cold at the exact same time………I use a natural hormone cream from health food store but still suffer from hot flashes. Would love to try it out.

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  320. Judy Brenner says:

    I have started into menopause, but only have hot flashes when I am having my period.

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  321. Kathy Webster says:

    I started perimenopause in my early 40’s. Have taken HRT off and on with little relief. Had to stop HRT last year as it created numerous breast cyst that were suspicious. So now in my mid 50’s, I sweat all the time, can’t do my hair or nakeup without a large fan. And am the only person I know that changes underwear several times a day because they are soked with sweat! Menopause affects my sleep, my energy and my libido. I would love to try this for some relief!

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  322. Leslie Brown says:

    I am experiencing menopause as we speak (or write)! The biggest problem i’ve been having to date is hot flashes/night sweats! I keep a small electric fan on my desk at work, portable hand fans everywhere and i have just gotten a battery operated evaporative cooling fan that seems to help a wee bit more than the electric fan on my desk. I’m game to try anything!

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  323. joyce says:

    I am experiencing meno and continue to have hot flashes. They are getting no better,.

    Please allow me to test this product.

    Thanks

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  324. debra says:

    Instantly went into menopause following surgery-would love to try as cannot use HRT

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  325. karen hanshaw says:

    I have intense, sweaty hot flashes every 30 to 45 minutes and have had bad experiences with Estradiol…and don’t want the side effects of Gabapentin. If I’m not eligible to test (already did some testing), I may purchase and try this anyway! I’m desperate!

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  326. Gayla says:

    I was told by my Dr this past month that I was post menopausal but have all the symtoms described so I feel I would be a great canidate for this product.

    Thanks,

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  327. Connie says:

    Puhleeze send one to me, then send one to everybody else on this comment list!!!!

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  328. Elizabeth says:

    I am and have been going through menopause for it seems like 10 years. I had breast cancer so HR is not an option but Ladycare sounds like a wonderful way to get balanced and who knows maybe it would help balance any additional imbalances going on in my body… I’m ready to clip it on!!

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  329. Ellen Falkenberry says:

    I am perimenopausal, since my ObGyn took me off birth control pills about 18 months ago. I found a herbal remedy for hot flashes that worked quite well for a year or so, but now it’s effectiveness is waning. PLEASE…let me test this product!

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  330. Diana Selene says:

    I am currently on no medication for my menopause symptoms and would love to see how this might work.

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  331. Dottie527 says:

    oh please !!! I’m off my hormones and it has been in the 90’s here. Nothing else is working.

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  332. Kat Knowles says:

    Sadly I was diagnosed with breast cancer in February and after a double mastectomy I was placed on Tamoxifen which causes immediate menopause. Now I know what all the hubbub was about. Menopause is torture!! I don’t get hot flashes, I got hot all days! And throw in nights there too, please. If cancer isn’t bad enough I had to have menopause throw at me too. Would love if you could send a Ladycare my way!!

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  333. Rebecca L says:

    Yes, I am. I am having terrible sweats, can barely keep my makeup on. Waking up at night and having to take a shower. Would love to try this.

    Thanks for the chance.

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  334. Cheryl says:

    Sounds like this could be the answer to my prayers. I’d love to try this. Please pick me.

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  335. Debi Askew says:

    I am there and have been here for a while. Wow! This sounds too good to be true! I am so tired of feeling so hot that I might explode, or my hair being soaking wet from the roots to an inch away from the scalp, and throwing bed-covers then pulling them back up all night long. I’m sure that my husband would really get excited about me getting my libido restored!

    I did try bio-identical hormones and liked the results…but not the cost- $125.00/month! I hope you pick me!

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  336. Susan says:

    Please, please, please. Am 52 and started menopause at 50. 4 hot flashes a day? Are you kidding? Try 4 an hour? I am a hot, sweaty, tired, cranky, fat mess fighting valiantly to maintain something of my old self. I have been using natural otc remedies, but hormones are out of the question for me. I would be willing to strap this to the end of my nose if it could help.

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  337. Eileen Casey says:

    I am. I started flashing during my pregnancies in my late 30s and they never stopped. I wear summer clothes year round. I’m taking microgestin now for other issues.

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  338. Soledad says:

    What an interesting idea. I want to try this. I take a supplement for my hot flashes. Once in a while one will still sneak in. I am 54 and period free since February 2011. My weight gain is unbelievable. Please let me have one.

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  339. BOBBI WALKER says:

    My daughter just turned 49 and she has been battling hot flashes for the last 6 yrs. She will do what ever it takes to stop them! She sleeps with an ceiling fan and another cooler in the window along with the air conditioning in the house. Her name is Michele and she would love to try this. She has asked me to send this in for her. She has at least 10 hot flashes a day. She has to keep paper towels rolled up under her breasts it is so bad.

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  340. bkrauss says:

    I have been dealing with hot flashes 10 years past menopause. I would love to find somehting that helps and is not a drug. I would be honored to test this!

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  341. Karen says:

    It’s not only a hot summer but then add hot flashes and I’m a hot mama and not in a good way….I would love to test this product and give you my results.

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  342. Kathy says:

    I went through menopause 4 years ago at 54. Still have hot flashes and night sweats. My mother is 82 is still having them so I doubt mine will stop any time soon. More important, I am a huge believer in magnets. I use therapeutic magnets for back pain and to reduce bruising or swelling after soft tissue injury. They work!! I would love to try this as I have been wondering about magnets and hot flashes.

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  343. robin says:

    I am now in menopause. I have recently had a complete hysterectomy and I will not use HRT. I am trying to get through this naturally, but boy, DO I GET HOT !!! I would love to try this product.

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  344. STEPHANIE ESPARZA says:

    I WOULD LOVE TO WIN THE DEVICE TO GET RID OF/REDUCE THE SYPTOMS OF MENOPAUSE! I’M 48 YRS OLD,AND I’VE TRIED NATURAL HOMOPATHEIC METHODS(YAM CREAM,BLACK COHASH,PRIMROSE,ETC)TO RID MYSELF OF THESE SYPTOMS,BUT NOTHING HELPS,SO I WOULD LIKE TO WIN THIS TO HELP ME!!!!!!!!!!

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  345. Lori Chomyk says:

    Hi I think Im going INSANE! Yes I have more than 4 hot flashes a day, I don’t sleep, unless with a sleeping pill (and I don’t like doing that!) My hair is falling out, and it’s turning grey so fast I can’t keep up with it. And weight gain, it all seems to be above my belly! I have gone back to weight watchers, which is helping. but the mood swings….well Im not going there, lol.
    Also I had a menopausal heart attack! That was the scare of my life!
    I need some help, please

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  346. Linda Carver says:

    I am a breast cancer survior and therefore cannot take hormones. I would love to give this product a try.

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  347. J says:

    I have been experiencing HF since in my 30’s. I have tried every product available OTC and Prescription. If only there really was something to stop them WOW how life changing that could be! Please consider me!

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  348. Jane Hahn says:

    I have been thru menopause for 10 years & you’d think I wouldn’t have hot flashes any more, but they still come on strong! I can be just sitting there & have sweat start dripping down my face. It’s so embarressing! I’d love to try something like this that wouldn’t have such unpleasant side effects, like cancer for some on hormones.

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  349. Paula says:

    I am going thru it now..Would love to try something that will save me from these hot flashes, night sweats & trouble sleeping…

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  350. Melissa Hartley says:

    I am in the perimenopause stage & I am tired a lot .. not too many hotflashes or night sweats yet but I do sweat at night mainly on my chest area. I would really love to let my dear mom try this out “tho .. she is almost 65 & STILL suffers from frequent hot flashes & would appreciate this immensley! She went through menopause early at age 41. Thank you! 🙂

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  351. Judy says:

    It hit me at 50. I’m 58 now and not a happy camper! Ready to try anything!

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  352. Ginger says:

    I’m in early stages of menopause and have periods of “dying” at night especially, but amazingly don’t need a jacket/wrap at work like I used to.
    I would soooo love to give this a go.

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  353. JoAnn says:

    I am 63, and been dealing with hot flashes since I stopped taking premin four years ago, definitly need something for the flashes…

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  354. Deborah Piera says:

    I am looking for any relief from hot flashes. I look forward to trying this out.

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  355. couponmom5 says:

    Yes! In Menopause right now and it’s really bad but do not want to take any medication for it. Hot flashes all the time and worst at night, can’t fall back asleep, always tired, headaches, weight gain. I use magnetic bracelet for carpal tunnel and it really helps me, I love magnetic therapy. If I could use magnets to help get rid of menopause symptoms that would be the most amazing thing ever invented!

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  356. couponmom5 says:

    Yes! I am in Menopause right now and it’s really bad but do not want to take any medication for it. Hot flashes all the time and worst at night, can’t fall back asleep, always tired, headaches, weight gain. I use magnetic bracelet for carpal tunnel and it really helps me, I love magnetic therapy. If I could use magnets to help get rid of menopause symptoms that would be the most amazing thing ever invented!

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  357. Kai W. says:

    I’m going through menopause currently. Don’t like the hot flashes, mood swing and medication.

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  358. Sheila says:

    I am post menopausal at age 54.Stopped my period at age 49.I have ALL the symptoms which are burdonsom,especially in my profession as a rehab nurse.I am always running!
    I would love to find a solution to these annoying hormonal fluctuations.

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  359. Beth says:

    I thought I had escaped hot flashes but I’m finding they are interfering with everyday living and my job. Teaching while having hot flashes is proving to be a challenge. This sounds like a great product which I would love to test.

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  360. KAREN COGBURN says:

    I am going through menopause right now. This would be a miracle. to help me through such a difficult time.

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  361. Kathy Bales says:

    I am currently going through extreme menopause. I experience 10 to 11 hot flash/night sweats per night. I don’t sleep well at all. I have tried many different things with no results. I would be open to trying this.

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  362. Kathy says:

    The night sweats are killing me! I have been on natural hormone replacement therapy for 3 years and would like to go natural!

    I love the idea of helping the symptoms without any drugs!

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  363. JoAnn says:

    My symptoms started in 1993 at the age of 46. I tried conventional HRT and was on it probably way too long. I then tried natural HRT which worked for awhile. After some time, I then discontinued use of it too. With the weight gain, lack of sleep, hot flashes of varying degrees and kinds, and the hormonal races, I finally went on a mild anti depressant and use Estrace and oh yeah, Ambien, they have helped. I would, however, love to get off of them and try something natural. I am now 63 and guess that I will be one of the unlucky few that will have them the rest of my life. Please help!!!

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  364. Kathy says:

    HELP! It’s hot enough in Arizona without my body furnace going into overdrive multiple times a day. I’m also a 1st grade teacher and our classrooms are hot, as well as suffering thru playground duty several times a day. I would LOVE to test this device and see if my body can behave itself!

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  365. Annamarie Dodge says:

    I am just entering menopause, i have a lot of the side effects and symptoms which make me miserable most of the time and also having fibromyalgia amongst other things tthe doctors were asking if i had tried these alternative remedies…so i would really like to be able to test this! i have at least 5 or more hot flashes per day, easily.

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  366. lois foden says:

    I am going through the menopause, the hot flushes, muddled memory, aches, truly horrific, will try anything, please let me try one!!

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  367. Theresa says:

    This device sounds wonderful. Having hot flashes is not like anything I’ve ever experienced. If this works as well as has been stated, it would be WONDERFUL .

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  368. jclark says:

    I went back on the Pill . I could not take the hot flashes any longer, wasn’t getting any restful sleep, cranky etc

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  369. Maria says:

    yes iam experiencing menopause. The hot flushes are horrible as well as all those other nasty side effects

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  370. JLBMOM says:

    Began peri menopause at 39. I was text book example as I experienced all the many menopause symptoms, but as Dr.Christiane Northrup professes menopause is a passage into your second act. In menopause since 51, am now 61. I am living my best life! Embrace your second act!

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  371. Monica says:

    Yes, I am in menopause and have been on estrogen for a couple years and have now stopped, but still experiencing hot flashes which wake me up constantly at night. I am covering and uncovering myself all night long!

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  372. donna tice-white says:

    I would like to test this product , because i have been in Menopause for about 5yrs, and i am only 54, I don’t think it is EVER going to end, the hot flashes are like a mini trip to He–l! and I haven’t sleep through the whole night in years. Please let me try this product !! Thank you…..

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  373. Lorene says:

    I am now 54 years old and started menopause at 50. I take over the counter menopause support pills (iCool) and they work better than Estroven, but I would love to get rid of hot flashes altogether. I would love to try this product!

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  374. kim c says:

    Yes! Just started it!

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  375. Christine says:

    I would love to try this! I would do anything to try to alleviate the hot flashes, insomnia and weight gain.

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  376. Margaret Wheat says:

    Menopause is in full swing! This product sounds like a God Send!!! Where are they for sale???????

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  377. Liz says:

    I’m 53 now and menopause started at 51. My husband and I devised a way for me not to wake him up throwing the covers on and off. We took two sleeping bags and had them with the zippers open facing each other. Separate blankets, so to speak. That way, I didn’t disturb him when the flashes hit. Please pick me!! I’m kind of tired of camping out on our bed!!!

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  378. mollyann says:

    yes, I am hot flashing like crazy, moody, fighting belly fat. doctor prescribed a hormone patch and it helps a bit. Mostly just over heated and I use the Chillo Pillow to keep cool at night, so very helpful. Getting a restful night’s sleep is really important.

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  379. VMAH says:

    I’ve had some good luck with magnets for other troubles, so this might work, too. I am going through menopause now, age 56.

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  380. Diana Tenes says:

    I have constant hot flashes-daytime through evening
    Would really like to try this!

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  381. Camilla Wilson says:

    I have been going through Menopause for a few years now. Would love to try this hot flashes @ night sweats make it hard to sleep! Help!

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  382. Shans says:

    I am going through menopause now and the hot flashes and night sweats are getting worse. I am thinking about getting some bio-identical hormones but I would rather do something non-chemical if I can. I would love to test this.

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  383. Isabel Menendez says:

    yES, GOT hot flashes, sudden weight gain, fatigue, trouble sleeping and loss of libido. wOULD LOVE TO TEST THIS. i LOVE NATURAL REMEMDIES!

    THANK YOU

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  384. quilligan says:

    Yes and I am sweating like a pig. I would do anything to get rid of being so hot I feel like I could fry an egg on my forehead.

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  385. Roxyvictoria says:

    Began at 49 and still experiencing symptoms heading into 53. Would appreciate trying any non-invasive device.

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  386. Penny says:

    I am 51 y/o and want to live the second half of my life without feeling cranky, bloated, sweaty, hot, emotional, and with weight gain! A non-drug non-chemical device that may help?!?…..Sign me up, sista!!

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  387. Kirsten says:

    Yes I am definitely in the lead up to menopause. I could certainly put this product to a good test. Most days flashes are every 1-1.5 hours.

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  388. ambianz says:

    I began menopause age 55, was not a big deal for me. I’d like to give the device to a lovely woman I know who can’t afford HRT, she is not doing very well and I’d like to help her.

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  389. Karen Hanshaw says:

    I’ve tested something else so it may not be fair to do so again, but I am REALLY intrigued! I have intense hot flashes every 30 to 45 minutes and have bad experiences with prescription “remedies”. May just buy it before hearing the results…

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  390. Grace Jolley says:

    I would try just about anythng to relieve my hot flashes! I’m 54 and it feels like I have been going through menopause for at least 10 years but the doctor has only recently confirmed that I am now menopausal.

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  391. Anna Spens says:

    I am just starting this path of menopause and it’s been really tough on me. It would be awesome to have something that would help!

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  392. pat says:

    I am in the midst of hotflash crazy world. Would love to try this….

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  393. Loesje Shema says:

    I had my last period when I was 57, but I am having hot flashes and would love to try something. This sounds like snake oil, but on the other hand it doesn’t involve anything that messes with my body inside, as hormones would.

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  394. Michele says:

    Sign me up! I wake up every 2 hours with night sweats! I would love a good nights sleep………..

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  395. mintjulie says:

    Had to undergo a hysterectomy a couple of years ago (in my 40s), and decided not to use hormones. Help!!

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  396. Laurie says:

    I have gone through menopause over 5 years ago but continue to hot flashes frequently triggered by hot beverages or soup and I am affectionately referred to as the furnace. All those woman that have trouble keeping warm when offices have air on- not me! My fan has to run all year round to keep me comfortable. I would love, love to try this.

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  397. Doreen O. says:

    Yes, I am going through menopause and if I only had four hotflashes a day I would be in heaven. I use all-natural progesteone cream which helps with mood issues, but hot flashes are another story. I can’t use all the different preparations at the health food store because they have soy in them and I’m allergic to soy. It would be wonderful to try something where allergies are not an issue–I have to read the progesterone cream labels carefully, too.

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  398. smfsprout says:

    Wow. As the estradiol dicreases the hot flashes increase. I would love to give this a try!

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  399. Tfabglam5 says:

    This sounds like the way to go to eliminate all the symptoms of menopause — totally natural and no synthetic hormones. I would love to try this … if it can balance my hormones, I would be much happier going through this long transition!

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  400. Brigitte says:

    I started menopause at 48 and now I’m 55 and the hotflashes are still running rampant. Went as far as taking the radiator out of the bedroom )my husband is sleeping in the other bedroom since) and still sweating like crazy, tossing and turning, sheets soaking wet. Most nights I don’t sleep at all, especially in this NYC heat. I live in the frozen food section of supermarkets to get all around cooling.
    Breast cancer is in my family (grandmother and three first degree aunts) so I did not try hormone replacement and I AM SUFFERING. Please let me try Ladycare – please, please!

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  401. Trisha says:

    I started menopause around age 45. I am now 60 and still having what I refer to as slow burns–I’m always hot, can’t sleep-get about 6 hours of sleep if I’m lucky. Tried Estriodol and decided to stop it when I started having chest pains. When will this end?

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  402. Shirley A says:

    Now at 58, still experiencing hot flashes and night sweats. Menopause started around 5 years ago.

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  403. Sharon Smith says:

    Definitely want to try this – i’d buy it if I saw it in a drugstore!

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  404. dscandone says:

    I am 54 and going through menopause NOW – I was on hormone replacement but lost health ins and stopped. I have many hot flashes during the day not so bad but night time I am woken up 2-3am and then have trouble sleeping seems like one afte the other 4 -8 which is a cycle of tired, forgetful, cranky and on and on it goes – I don’t feel like myself anymore. Would love to try something that may help.

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  405. kelly says:

    sounds perfect!! Would like to try something besides drugs. Pick me, pick me!! :0)

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  406. Patti says:

    I would love to try this. Still getting hot flashes….thought I would be over them by now. Trying to keep weight down, especially trying to keep from getting a thicker waist. Have exercised since my 20’s so this body change is pretty depressing to me.

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  407. Debra Barber says:

    I would love to try this!! Im hot natured anyway and hot flashes just drive me crazy!!

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  408. Lisa says:

    Wow…could I ever use help!!! I would love to try this!

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  409. Robin says:

    Help!!! The hot flashes/night sweats are the worst. I am trying unsuccessfully to find something to help but so far nothing is doing the trick. I am willing to give it a try.

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  410. Cindy says:

    I am not a candidate for hormone replacement therapy and have not had success with herbal remedies, so this menopause device would be amazing for me! It would be a lifesaver for me, and for my husband. Would love to try it.

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  411. cheryl says:

    Yes. Desperate to get relief from hot flashes!

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  412. Gloria says:

    Yes, Hot Flashes are with me I think they are here to stay. Yes I really would like to try this device. Have tried a few remedies but nothing is helping at this time

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  413. karentransue says:

    oh wow this is the device for me, I am 52 going thru menopause now and have all those symptoms that it says it helps, I would love love love to test this and give my feedback!!

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  414. Baw59 says:

    I went through pre -menopause at the age of 38 and I am 52 and have been in full menopause for a few years now, I have extreme hot flashes , all through the day and night, I have tried everything , I am on estrogen now, but doesn’t help, I would love to test this out. It would be heavenly if I could get some relief.

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  415. Pammie says:

    I am 61 and haven’t had my period for since age 57 (but for 6 years prior I had the perimenopause symptoms; for me that meant menopause symptoms to a lesser degree). I am on HRT but still have 4 burning hot flashes per day, fatigue, weight gain and insomnia ! Please pick me to try this ingenious device!!!!

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  416. Cynthia says:

    Oh PLEASE-I’ve had symptoms since I was 25! Can’t take estrogen and the natropathics only touch the surface would love to see if this helps!

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  417. Carol Myers says:

    I am on a hormone patch that really irritates my skin. The pills simply didn’t work for me, so I would love to try any kind of alternative and this sounds fascinating.Not to mention I love the way it looks!!!!

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  418. Sarah Baldwin says:

    Going through menopause now. Having multiple hot flashes daily, and night sweats. Because of my family history of breast cancer, my doctor doesn’t recommend HRT. Always on the lookout for non-hormonal relief of menopause symptoms. Could this be the answer? I’d love to test it and find out!

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  419. Cathy says:

    need it!!

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  420. Shellie Evans says:

    I have been having power surges for the last 2 years, I am 52. I tried taking meds but nothing seems to work so I just gave up and have learned to live with them. The grandbabies make fun of me when they hit my face turns a beat red. I don’t really know how long they are going to last, I sometimes sleep with a wet wash cloth around my neck, that helps a little, they hit the worst at night. Would love to try the magnets as I don’t like to take drugs. Thanks

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  421. alice says:

    4 hot flashes per day? More like 4 per hour! I feel like I spend all my time tearing my clothes off only to put them back on 5 minutes later. I’m 52 and have been experiencing menopausal symptoms for about 18 months.

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  422. kmcnich says:

    I am starting to go through it for the past year…started at 47. The problem is I am having hourly hot flashes 24 hrs a day! I had no idea that this was how it would be. If this would work it could be revolutionary!

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  423. Melissa Fraher says:

    I have hot flashes several times a day! I have to keep a fan on my desk at work and always sleep with the fan on! I would love to try this product!!

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  424. Cherie says:

    Menopause and hot flashes for almost 10 years. Suppliments didn’t help. Please, please, please, pick me! Would love to find a remedy that works.

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  425. palapalaluke says:

    I’m 53 and just started with hot flashes.

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  426. mary jane says:

    I have been taking HRM for about five years I would love to try. I would like something other than pills.

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  427. Kathierose says:

    OMG……………..Iam having the worst hot flashes! I started menopause about a year ago and I am miserable! I really need this for some relief!!! Please let me try this! I am desperate!

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  428. Paula says:

    Yes, I am in menopause. It seems like I have been in menopause forever. I am ready for it to be over already. I am 54 and it started 4 or 5 years ago and it seems like there is no end in sight. I would love to try this. The “natural” remedies have not done much for me and I don’t want to do hormone therapy. If this works I would be in heaven!

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  429. Lyndsay says:

    I am in menopause and have been for some time now. I am 50 and boy oh boy could I use some relief. I would love to try this as I have tried many other products with no real success.

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  430. Debra J Webb says:

    Would love to try this!
    Blessings!

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  431. Lynn says:

    I would love to try this…I have to take less progesterone and the hot flashes are starting up again.

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  432. Nancy says:

    Yes I am in menopause and feel more and more like a furnace every day

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  433. susannah says:

    yes, am currently using estradiol but am trying to go off it w/little success.

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  434. Katherine Meyer says:

    My period stopped around 8 years ago (age 44). I was feeling quite lucky as I had none of the normal symptoms, similar to my mother’s experience. However, in the last year, I have been bombarded by all of the typical symptoms, including several hot flashes per day. I am also a very high energy person and have experience more fatigue, especially days when the number of hot flashes has been very high. I would love to try this device out and see if I can feel like my old self again!

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  435. Debbie Chaney says:

    I want to try this and see if it works!

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  436. Margaret H. Bynoe says:

    I desperately want to test this hot flashes device. I am 65 years old and still get hot flashes despite being on Estrogen replacement therapy for 25 years after a hysterectomy. Nothing has worked to date. I am always sweating, my clothes are always soaked. I sleep with a fan on, in a fully centrally air conditioned house all year round. I would love to not have to carry a towel and tissues around with me to soak up the water dripping from my back, face, etc. Help! Sign me up.

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  437. Susan Teague says:

    I call myself Hot Mama due to countless power surges aka hot flashes every day and night. I prefer to avoid prescriptions drugs if at all possible and don’t do well swallowing large pills due to neck surgery. I would love to try something like this. (Having said that, please don’t forward my email address to marketing groups.)

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  438. Alva says:

    I am about to turn 55 and in the middle of this fun time (said sarcastically). Hot flashes, mood swings (panicy), and not able to sleep straight through the night are a way of life for me. If Ladycare would help, it would be better than the doctor having to put me on drugs.
    Thank you,
    Alva

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  439. Linda says:

    hot flashes for 7 years now with no medication and still having several per day and at night

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  440. Debbie says:

    I’ll be 51 this year and have just suffered through it rather than take anything. I am adamant about going the natural route but the worst is not so much the annoying hot flashes (even in L.A. constant heat), but the sleep deprivation (waking up). Would love to find a natural alternative that works, but for now it’s a rule to always dress in layers!

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  441. Julie Hughes says:

    I have been going through menopause since I was 45. I am now 50 this year. I have several hot flashes a day and several during the night which disturbs my sleep. If this device works, I want one!!

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  442. sblewis says:

    Please choose me! I went through surgical menopause 11 years ago and have been suffering from hot flashes, etc. since. Can’t take hormones as I’m a breast cancer survivor, and none of the alternative treatments have worked. Am in desperate need of something that does work and would love to give this a try.

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  443. Arlene Robertini says:

    I would love to use one of these rite now is financial stress time. Company closed no jobs its hard so I sweat more. I could use the help and hope that it works. I refuse to take HRT but would love to use something natural with no side effects. I hope this is it for all our sakes. Would Love Love to be one of your winners!!!!!!

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  444. donna says:

    Limited options for relief due to health, I would so like a drug free option. I get acupuncture treatments when I can afford them.

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  445. Barbara M. says:

    I am fighting my symptoms as naturally as I can, so this would fit right in with my plan! If this works for me, I’ll make sure that 300,000 more women will buy this!!

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  446. Delores Kenyon says:

    I’m desperate! I have a doctors appointment this week because I just can’t keep going with no sleep and still trying to work 8 to 10 hours a day. I also have hot flashes, weight gain, cranky, no sex drive- HELP!

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  447. Julie Hicks says:

    When I told my husband about this device (laughing as I did) he said to me “Julie, you would spend $50 to try to manage your hot flashes, right?” Because of an estrogen responsive breast cancer diagnosis I am not able to have hormones of any kind. It’s been this way since I was 47 — I’m 51 now — and I’m on medication to try and manage them. I would love to try this device as getting off as many medications as possible would be great for me…Seriously — how much more persuasive can I get?!

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  448. holly gill says:

    Help me. I’m in menopause right now and experiencing all the discomforts. Hot flashes are constant all day and night. If this product works it will be a godsend. Please pick me to test. Thank you!

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  449. sandy eckstein says:

    wow. could this be a miracle? hot flashes that are natural and internal heat due to a painkiller i take for breast pain at the site of the surgery..keep my up at nigh, even with ambien, and during the day i sweat in the air conditioned room. i’m past the point of saying ‘i perspsire, no i sweat….would love to try this….

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  450. Caterina says:

    The summers here in Florida are scorching and my personal summers but those to shame! I would love to try the Ladycare, I need HELP with mid section weight gain, hot flashes and general crankiness. My family would be indebted to y’all!

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  451. JAN says:

    Have been enduring menopause for 10 years. The hot flashes are incredible and especially irritating especially when I am having a crazy day at the doctor’s office I work at as a nurse. Hot flashes seem to be the worst part of menopause!

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  452. Darnell Davis says:

    Going through menopause now. Been experience those lovely ‘private summers’ for some time, especially at night. When my husband feels body heating (since I am in a deep sleep), he automatically turns on the fan with the remote. He saids it keeps him from getting hurt when I start kicking covers off and twisting searching for the remote.

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  453. Nancy says:

    I had a complete hysterectomy at age 38… and have had
    hot flashes ever since (I am now 65)… I would love to try this!

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  454. Laurie Coffman says:

    I have suffered with hot flashes for 5 years now. It is worse for me in the summer months. I have tried supplements, doctors, homeopathic items to no avail. I would love to give this a try. If it truly worked, it would be a miracle for me and a true blessing.

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  455. S Kay DeGroot says:

    Just had my hormones tested. Normal is 200, my level is at 23! I have almost every menopause symptom! Would love to test this out!

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  456. ava says:

    Would love to try it. I have been having severe hot flashes for about 6 yrs now. I believe they were caused early from my thyroid removal. Within 10 mins of taking my first synthroid the hot flashes started & have plagued me ever since. I am almost 53 now. I pray for relief.

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  457. billy wilson says:

    would love to give this to my girlfriend

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  458. annette says:

    I would love to try it. Was on the patch for 10 years – couldn’t take the hot flashes. But this year I said enough is enough of chemicals in my body – and it’s been brutal – especially since NJ is in the middle of extreme heat and humidity waves. Please consider me too!!

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  459. disgusted says:

    I will be 60 in a few days and I am having a hot flash at this very moment.If this works it would be a miracle!! Would love to give it a try..Thanks

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  460. Marla L says:

    Im not on any kind of meds and would be interested in a natural way of relieving some of the menopause issues! Hot flashes pretty regular around here! Pick me!

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  461. Annette D says:

    Right in the thick of it. Because my family history of Breast Cancer I cannot take any kind of hormone replacement so this sounds like a great idea!

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  462. FDDJFVA says:

    It started at age 48, I’m 51 now and the symptoms have gotten a bit stronger. It would wonderful to test this out, I need sleep!

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  463. sydney85 says:

    Yes I am going through menopause. My worst symptom is the hot flashes constantly. I have the house set very cold and need the fans also on.

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  464. Christine says:

    I am in Menopause right now

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  465. Cathy says:

    I’m 52, and have been experiencing serious hotflashes for the past 5 years. Waking up in the middle of the night feeling drenched is not fun at all — need sleep and relief! Nothing works – need to try this!!!

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  466. amarnel says:

    I am experiencing menopause and I’m tired of lviing in my refrigerator- I would be very exctied to try this!
    thank you!

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  467. vickib says:

    I need this!

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  468. Dorothy Borgese says:

    Interesting gives new meaning to hot pants. Anything that will help that is natural would be giving a try.

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  469. JWeaver says:

    Yes indeed! I need help. Please, please, please!

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  470. Kathi says:

    Yes I am in Menopause right now and Not liking it! The hot flashes, mid section weight gain and mood swings, too much! Would Love to try “Ladycare”

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  471. gshep says:

    Yes I am ! Pick me ! Pick me! Can’t stand the weight gain in the mid section whether I eat or not,exercise etc.

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  472. Tina B. says:

    I’m 47 and experiencing some of the first signs of menopause – hot flashes, panic attacks, headaches. I have talked to my doctor but haven’t tried medication yet. I would love to test this device!

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  473. musicmn11 says:

    I am new to the transition. I will be 49 in a couple of months. I have not discussed any therapies with my doctor as of yet but I will most certainly like to try something that is nature vs taking medication. The weight gain – low libido – and adult acne are the pits!

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  474. Carolyn says:

    My doctor is weening me off my estradiol and I am looking into alternative therapies. I would love to try this!

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    • BlueBear says:

      Have you looked into Femarelle? It is a complete natural product that is soy and flaxseed. You might be interested to note that this product is being recommended by OB/GYN types. Look into it online!

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