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My son and I are trying out the z and z. We are on day 3. I have not really noticed anything that different. Here and there I feel lighter and clearer. My hot flashes seem diminished and maybe less frequent…and I have been dreaming a lot for the first time in a long while. My son has not noticed a difference and I am surprised.
We are taking Zyrtec 20 mg in the morning and Zantac 150 in the morning.
Are we taking enough and at the right times?
Also, what can we expect from this?
Thank you so much for your help : )
Today was interesting on the Zantac (150)and Zyrtec (10…lowered the does). I didn’t have any hot flashes at all after the z and z in the morning until 5:30 this evening! I have been having them for ages (I am 2 years past meno) and nothing stops them.
So I am wondering why would antihistamines stop hot flashes???
Has this happened for any of you? Also, I noticed that I made it through a 1 and a half hour stressful conversation and I was totally clear headed and focused the entire time! That is a total first for me.
Also, I am wondering as they came back after about 7 hours, maybe the z and z wore off?
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