How the menopause can drive women MAD Panic attacks, violent rages, hallucinations just some of the terrifying …

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Christina Roberts suffered from anxiety and almost ended upagoraphobic She was initially prescribed anti-depressants before being switched to HRT by a doctor in New York Samantha Cole had similar problems with the menopause, she started to feel really down and victimised for no reason Jo Gordon was suffering from extreme rage and frustration, which she and her family found very hard to deal with

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Published: 17:01 EST, 25 January 2015 | Updated: 19:40 EST, 25 January 2015

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Christina Robert, 52, (pictured) suffered from intense anxiety and hallucinations during the menopause

When Christina Robert saw a strange man climbing in through her bedroom window, she was terrified.

He was wearing dark jeans and a black leather jacket. I ran on to the landing and screamed for someone to call the police, says the 52-year-old writer, who lives in London.

My 16-year-old son and 13-year-old daughter rushed out to see what was wrong. It was only then that I realised it couldnt possibly have happened we were on the fourth floor. The entire thing was a hallucination.

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