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Lady care magnet

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sadie988 Sat 04-Jul-15 12:13:52

Have any of you lovely ladies tried the Lady Care magnet to treat peri/menopausal symptoms. I'm getting desperate for help with every menopausal symptom going plus some! Has the magnet worked or maybe not worked for you. Thoughts please. X

AuntieStella Sun 05-Jul-15 11:25:46

This thread: www.mumsnet.com/Talk/menopause/1167108-Ladycare-magnet-for-menopause-symptoms is intermittently active. You might want to have a peek.

Bellaciao Mon 06-Jul-15 11:26:55

It's quackery! Don't waste your money!
Have you thought of HRT?

DayLillie Tue 07-Jul-15 14:30:47

Bargain!

www.amazon.co.uk/Strong-Circular-Neodymium-Magnets-Fridge/dp/B00DCTMXQU/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1436275772&sr=8-5&keywords=extra+strong+magnet

Bellaciao Wed 08-Jul-15 17:56:26

Lol grin
No harm in buying that and putting in your nix eh?!

thehousewife Fri 10-Jul-15 21:32:32

My mum bought one of these and I was very sceptical, however she says it works!!! Give it a try x

Rowgtfc72 Sat 11-Jul-15 11:10:47

Mil had horrendous symptoms. All calmed down loads since she bought her magnet.

pinkfrocks Sat 11-Jul-15 11:22:42

Yes but who's to know if all these symptoms wouldn't have calmed down anyway? That's the thing with meno- symptoms come and go. Drugs and treatments (all) have a 30% placebo rate. The research on the magnets shows no effects at all. Obviously we all know people who have been sured by snake oil or whatever, but that's not the same as proper research trials with thousands of people some wearing magnets and some wearing lumps of metal in their knickers!

Rowgtfc72 Sat 11-Jul-15 16:25:14

It may well be the placebo effect! All I know is the mil swears by it and believes its money well spent. We've certainly seen a change in her for the better so I would say for her, it works. For others? Who can say.

pinkfrocks Sat 11-Jul-15 17:46:21

But that's the point- you cannot ever know it was the magnet! maybe even without it her symptoms would have abated.

Rowgtfc72 Sat 11-Jul-15 19:36:38

I agreed it could be a placebo effect!

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