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Hi, my mother is acting very strange. She is in menopause and this affects us, her family, very much. She keeps having these panic attacks that were never before present in her life. Are they caused by meno? Also, I would like to know if the panic attacks are common in meno.

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Hi, during the menopause the concentration of hormones in a womans body is changing. As a result, the hormone levels are imbalanced. The meno is not causing panic attacks directly. However, menopause is very complex and its symptoms cannot be generalized. Not all women have exactly the same symptoms. And the conditions that were present before the menopause can become more serious during. This draws us to the next conclusion. There are many variables that contribute to the panic attacks occurrence. Therefore, it is not so simple to say whether they are common in meno. The best thing that you can do is to talk to your mother and convince her to see a doctor. He will evaluate the situation and if the panic attacks are serious, some medication can be prescribed.
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