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Martine McCutcheon was ‘losing my mind’ before starting HRT

OHMYGOSSIP — Martine McCutcheon felt like she was “losing my mind” before starting “game-changer” Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT).
The former ‘EastEnders’ star – who shot to fame playing Tiffany Mitchell on BBC One soap ‘EastEnders’ between 1995 to 1998, before going on to play Hugh Grant’s love interest in the 2003 rom-com classic ‘Love Actually’ – has opened up about going through the change and thanked Davina McCall and Dr. Naomi Potter for guiding other women going through menopause.
In a post on her Instagram Story, she wrote: “It’s been quite a game changer for me, there’s still some adjustments and tweaks to make.
“I’ve been really so lucky to be guided by the force of nature that is Davina [McCall] and Naomi Potter is a godsend to women going through this time.
“When we are all losing our minds this lady is calm, collected and so wise about the whole situation.”
Martine also revealed she is preparing to make her acting comeback.
She added: “I’m doing a movie, playing the very small part of an ex-ballerina, with John Cleese in Budapest in Hungary this year. I am starting to look at other things too.”
Martine has suffered from a number of health conditions over the years, including Lyme disease, depression and Myalgic Encephalopathy (ME), and previously admitted she appreciates “the simpler things in life” after years of battling illnesses.
The 46-year-old actress also no longer worries too much about her career, as she’s busy focusing on getting the most out of life.
She said: “After you’ve been through what I’ve been through you learn to appreciate everything. You start to appreciate the simpler things in life … and then the career comes second. I get offers to do TV shows and films, but often they are things that aren’t special enough or it’s something I don’t think I can bring anything to.”

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