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****Clonidine Question******

Long story short.  My doctor switched my Ativan to Clonidine 0.01 for my PMDD night sweats.  Has anyone ever taken it for this reason?  Did it work, and is 0.01 a low dose.  I am afraid to take it because I don't have high BP.  Just curious and nervous about taking it.  

thanks,
Nauty......................
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352798 tn?1399298154
As i mentioned, it was the lowest dose of it I could find.
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google it .......just did and yes, lots of info.  seems like the only thing used for meno and the sweats........that is interesting.  I guess it does work.  I pray it works for me.

Nauty..........
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I take the natural estorgen supps when i have the sweats but mine happen during the day as well....i also have the prescribed estogen as well and both work for me....there is also prenpro available....have u ever tried a hormone replacement verses clonidine for menopause?  i have just never heard of it as a first option
352798 tn?1399298154
Hasn't helped me pms one bit. Oh maybe I should be giving it to my wife.
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GTMI.....LMAO
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Worried,    Most doctors won't give you the hormone replacement if you smoke and I do. :(

Nauty,   Thanks for your post.  Now I have something to treat the hot flashes and I didn't even know it. lol  This is great !   Hope it works for you !   Hugs,  Mary
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