The Romberg's Connection 2009 Survey Results

Accelerated During Menopause

Page 72. IV. Triggers (page 2 of 2) cont.: Accelerated during menopause
1. Please comment on the symptoms accelerating during menopause:
I had a clear second round of Rombergs in my late 40's as I was entering parimenopause. It included loss of teeth, eyelid twitching, discoloration of forehead skin. Romberg started lower on my face, around my jaw and cheek, and traveled upward. The en coup de sabre crossed my eye in my late 40's as well.
First I noticed discolorations in my forehead. For several months I've been experiencing a burning sensation in the left forehead area and nose. I'm not sure, but I think I'm noticing further tissue loss on the left side of my nose. Too early to know for sure, but I am monitoring.
Just started up more rapidly with menopause.
Number responding = 3 / percent responding = 2% of total respondents (143).

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