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Case Study:  Solution for partial hysterectomy and peri-menopause and menopause symptoms such as low libido, hot flashes, vaginal dryness, insomnia, stress, vaginal yeast infection
Reader: 1/09/2011>
I am 49 years of age. I have never been very orgasmic and even less so since having a partial hysterectomy in June 2009. I have been experiencing peri menopause symptoms. My libido is very low, I experience hot flashes, vaginal dryness and insomnia. In addition my stress level has been extremely high. I have been prescribed ambien for insomnia and wellbutrin for depression. I also have been experiencing recurring vaginal bacterial and yeast infections. What products would you recommend to address these issues? I have no additional medical issues.
my clitoris is shrinking to my original request for assistance

Dr. Lin: 1/09/2011>
These symptoms are very common for women with androgen hormone deficiency or in menopause.
The uterus is a storage of sex hormones. Once it removes, the patients experience the sex hormone deficiency during daytime This is because the ovaries produces sex hormones (including female and male (androgen) hormones) during sleeping. In particular, if you can not sleep well, you get more deficiency in sex hormone production during the night.
androgen hormone is essential to neuroimmune, vaginal lubrication, mood and  clitoral and G-spot erectile function, libido, and orgasm responses.
Hot flashes, vaginal dryness,  low libido and insomnia are typical menopause symptoms as a result of weak ovarian function.

yes, You will  need ViaPal-hGH-N(3-017) , plus FishOil(1000 mg each meal) ,  to help you gradually rejuvenate your neuro-endocrine function, improve your vaginal neuroimmune, suppress the menopause symptoms,  and  boost your prostaglandin E-1/E-3  and Nitric Oxide production for libido and clitoral/G-spot erectile function