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Any age restriction for taking your supplements?

Menopause Relief was formulated for adults using all-natural, stimulant-free ingredients. And it has been shown to work for customers ranging from young adults, and middle-aged, to the elderly. If you have specific health concerns, please consult you

Can I take antidepressants (eg. Prozac) with Menopause Relief?

It's generally fine to take Menopause Relief with anti-depressants, though we suggest informing your doctor your interest in taking Menopause Relief as he/she would be more familiar with your condition. Common antidepressants include Wellbutrin, Proz

Can I take high blood pressure medications with Menopause Relief?

As Menopause Relief naturally has strong anti-inflammatory effects, blood pressure may be affected for some customers on high blood pressure medications (some even see a small improvement). Common examples of high blood pressure medications include A

Can I take NSAIDs with Menopause Relief?

We do not recommend taking Menopause Relief together with NSAIDs to avoid overdosing on anti-inflammatory effects. However, Menopause Relief naturally has potent anti-inflammatory effects. With their doctor's permission, several customers replaced th

Can I take Menopause Relief while I'm on Hormone Replace Therapy (HRT)?

Menopause Relief is generally not known to have major interactions with HRT (eg. Premarin). Some of our customers have seen improvements in hormone-related symptoms such as:. We do recommend that you inform your doctor of your interest in taking Meno

Can I take your products if I have MTHFR gene mutation?

We are unable to directly advise on this as we are not medical professionals. Please inform your doctor of your interest in taking our supplements.

Can I use Menopause Relief for allergy relief?

The potent anti-inflammatory properties of Menopause Relief may provide some relief from allergy reactions. That said, Menopause Relief generally shouldn't be used as an all-out allergy control product as it doesn't specifically target the substance

Does Menopause Relief have any side effects?

Menopause Relief is generally not known to have any major side effects. Made using high-quality, natural ingredients that have been tested safe for consumption, It was formulated to be stimulant-free, which makes it ideal for long-term consumption. L

Does Menopause Relief have blood-thinning effects?

Menopause Relief contains curcumin which is known to possess natural anticoagulant properties. This means it may have a natural blood-thinning effect that varies among individuals. Under normal circumstances, this is beneficial for promoting blood ci

Does Menopause Relief help with fungal problems? (eg. Yeast infections)

Anecdotal evidence suggests that turmeric in Menopause Relief has anti-fungal properties and may provide some relief from fungal conditions. But Menopause Relief should not be used as a fungal treatment product. For fungal issues, we suggest consulti

Does Menopause Relief Help With Hair Loss?

Although Menopause Relief is not a treatment for hair loss, it potentially can help as its anti-inflammatory ingredients, like curry leaves, can reduce some of the inflammatory contributors to hair loss.

Does Menopause Relief help with hot flashes?

Based on what Menopause Relief customers mentioned to us, some have seen a significant reduction in their hot flashes. And here's how it can potentially work.

Does Menopause Relief help with mitochondrial functions?

A few studies show that curcumin, which is found in Menopause Relief, may help restore the function of mitochondria such as the Krebs Cycle. This means your body can generate more energy which explains why many Menopause Relief users feel energetic a

Does Menopause Relief help with UTI?

Menopause Relief is not a substitute for UTI prescription treatment (eg. antibiotics like nitrofurantoin, and fosfomycin). If you have a medical condition or are undergoing UTI treatment, please consult your doctor before taking our supplements. That

I'm on medication. Can I take your products?

Unfortunately, we cannot give medical advice. Our products are all-natural and open-sourced, which means anything within the product will be readily available on our site and the labeling. If you are on medication, in pregnancy, or suffer from any me

Is Menopause Relief for someone with cancer, on chemotherapy or in cancer remission?

We recommend informing your doctor your interest in taking Menopause Relief first as he/she may need to adjust your medications and would understand your condition better. That said, several studies have shown that the anti-inflammatory herbs in Reju

Is Menopause Relief safe for long-term consumption?

It's fine to take long-term. Menopause Relief is made using high-quality, natural ingredients and has been tested safe for consumption. It was formulated to be stimulant-free, which makes it ideal for long-term consumption. Many of our customers have

Is Menopause Relief safe for pregnancy and breastfeeding?

Although Menopause Relief is generally okay to consume when you are breastfeeding/pregnant, we recommend letting your doctor know that you'd like to try Menopause Relief as he/she would be more familiar with your body condition.

Is Menopause Relief suitable for arthritis?

Several of our customers are using Menopause Relief to reduce their joint inflammation effectively, and they feel significantly less pain while moving their joints. Some went on to use Menopause Relief to replace their arthritic medications with perm

Is Menopause Relief suitable for diabetes?

Anecdotal evidence suggests that Menopause Relief can help lower blood sugar levels. It may not be a complete replacement for metformin, but it can potentially improve sugar level management and metformin side effects. However, we suggest informing y

Is Menopause Relief suitable for diverticulitis?

Given its potent anti-inflammatory properties and probiotics, Menopause Relief may potentially relieve the symptoms of diverticulitis as well, such as reduced abdominal pain and better bowel movements, and should work for you as it does for everyone

Is Menopause Relief suitable for Familial Adenomatous Polyposis (FAP)?

As we're not sure how far the polyps have affected your absorption and we can't legally give medical advice, we recommend consulting your doctor as he/she would better understand your condition and advise accordingly.

Is Menopause Relief suitable for fibromyalgia?

Menopause Relief could potentially alleviate the associated pain, with its anti-inflammatory effects. We recommend informing your doctor your interest in taking Menopause Relief or any of our supplements as he/she would be more familiar with your con

Is Menopause Relief suitable for GERD (Gastroesophageal reflux disease)?

Menopause Relief generally is suitable to take for those with GERD. Due to its anti-inflammatory property, it could even reduce the damage your acid reflux is causing. However, if you are taking medications like omeprazole for your GERD, we recommend

Is Menopause Relief suitable for IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome)?

Menopause Relief can potentially help improve IBS. We had several customers with IBS who tried Menopause Relief, and they have generally reported to us improvements in IBS symptoms such as:. But we generally still recommend informing your doctor your

Is Menopause Relief suitable for menopause?

When your body goes through menopause, your body undergoes many changes. For instance, your cortisol levels, and your gut flora may be imbalanced and your metabolism goes down. With declining levels of estrogen, your body is more prone to inflammatio

Is Menopause Relief suitable for neuropathy?

Menopause Relief may not directly help with neuropathy as the condition involves deep into the nerves, but it's generally fine to consume. We recommend informing your doctor your interest in taking Menopause Relief or any of our supplements as he/she

Is Menopause Relief suitable for someone who underwent gastric bypass?

In general, it's fine to consume as Menopause Relief ingredients are not affected by stomach conditions and are mainly absorbed in the intestines. However, we recommend consulting your healthcare provider about our ingredients as he/she would better

Is Menopause Relief suitable for someone whose gallbladder is removed?

Anecdotal evidence shows that turmeric in our product may protect your liver in the absence of a gallbladder. We recommend informing your healthcare provider of your interest in taking Menopause Relief so he/she can determine whether your body is sui

Is Menopause Relief suitable for someone with allergy to sunflower or its components?

Menopause Relief contains sunflower lecithin, which helps to maximize the absorption of its ingredients. It may not be suitable for someone with a sensitivity to sunflowers.

Is Menopause Relief suitable for someone with delayed gastric emptying?

Menopause Relief probiotics could work as it uses an acid-resistant delayed-release capsule, which maintains its form for a longer period in the stomach even when it's affected by delayed emptying. But we suggest informing your doctor of your interes

Is Menopause Relief suitable for someone with gallstones?

We generally do not recommend people with existing gallstones take Menopause Relief, though some studies show that it may be helpful when it comes to preventing gallstone formation. We recommend informing your doctor of your interest in taking Menopa

Is Menopause Relief suitable for someone with gastroparesis?

Menopause Relief probiotics may potentially combat bacterial overgrowth that comes with gastroparesis and works for weight management. But whether it can work fast enough depends on the cause and condition of your gastroparesis. We suggest informing

Is Menopause Relief suitable for someone with gout?

We are not aware of any other major interaction of Menopause Relief with most gout medications (eg. allopurinol, colchicine). But if you are on painkillers (eg. NSAIDs) for gout, there may be potential overdosing of anti-inflammatory effects with Men

Is Menopause Relief suitable for someone with liver cirrhosis / liver impairment?

There are a few studies that potentially support the use of Menopause Relief for someone with liver impairment such as liver cirrhosis and NASH. It does so by helping to reduce inflammation in the liver cells. For instance, a study done by Yadira Riv

Is Menopause Relief suitable for someone with pancreatitis?

Menopause Relief is generally fine to use for someone with pancreatitis. Some studies suggest that it may even improve its symptoms. We recommend informing your doctor of your interest in taking Menopause Relief as he/she would better understand your

Is Menopause Relief suitable for someone with SIBO?

It may help to improve the symptoms of SIBO, such as reduced abdominal pain and better digestion. But if you're on antibiotics or other medications for SIBO, we suggest informing your doctor of your interest in taking Menopause Relief.

Is Menopause Relief suitable for someone with thyroid problems or on thyroid medications?

For some customers, Menopause Relief has improved their thyroid symptoms and they felt more energetic, had less body aches, and started losing weight. Some examples of thyroid problems include Grave's disease and Hashimoto's disease.

Will Menopause Relief work for someone whose large intestine got removed?

We strongly advise you to inform your doctor your interest in taking Menopause Relief. Based on our own research, it seems like the ingredients can still be absorbed in the small intestine, which allows you to enjoy the anti-inflammatory and digestiv