Only side effect so far is sticking to metal trollies if I lean up against them at work 😄
I have to say, I was very cynical but just decided I had nothing to lose by giving it a go. Totally accept it may be the very powerful placebo effect but since it works I'm not going to second guess it!
Hi Jill, when I started using the magnet I was flushing day and night so I did wear it 24/7 as instructed. Now only wearing it during the day and night sweats haven't returned so far. It is really quite secure - only popped off once at the loo when I caught it on my jeans so no great risk of losing it.
Hope it works for you.
Hi Nicki, how are you getting on with the Lady Care magnet? Having stopped using mine for a few weeks my flushes returned so I'm back using it again and again seem to be having a good result.
Hope it's working for you.
Bought one this afternoon. So fingers crossed. Just got to remember to take it off when Im having my rads!!
I've actually stopped using it for the last few weeks. Flushes stopped while I was using the magnet (wore it 24/7) and haven't returned so far since stopping.
I've got it standing by in case of return to the tropics .... hope it works for you.
Ive been looking into these. Going to buy one tomorrow. Kitt, how are you getting on with it now?
Yes, I got one from Boots about a month ago - my Tamoxifen induced hot flushes and night sweats weren't as bad as some get but disruptive enough to wake me 2 or 3 times a night and embarrassing during the day. I was very sceptical but reckoned at £28 there was little to lose.
Now maybe it's coincidence but I haven't had a flush in over a week so I'm sticking with it?
Hope it helps you too.
I am having lots of problems with the hot flushes now I am on Letrozole following a MX. Am trying everything to calm them down and have heard of a magnet by Ldaycare that you put near your pelvis in your underwear and it is supposed to help. The reviews look good, just wondering if anyone has tried it.