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Nicola Bulley’s family reveal mum had ‘brain’ fog from menopause and had stopped taking medication before she vanished

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MISSING Nicola Bulley suffered significant side effects brought on by the perimenopause before she disappeared, her family said today.
The 45-year-old, who vanished after dropping her kids off at school in St Michael’s on Wyre, Lancashire, almost three weeks ago, reportedly battled brain fog and restless sleep.
Nicola Bulley was last seen on January 275Nicola Bulley was last seen on January 27Credit: instagramA missing notice on a gate near where Nicola vanished5A missing notice on a gate near where Nicola vanishedCredit: SWNSShe was taking HRT to help with her symptoms but subsequently came off the medication after experiencing intense headaches, relatives said.
Breaking their silence after cops working on the case revealed she was deemed “high risk” due to struggles with alcohol, they said: “The police know the truth about Nikki and now the public needs to focus on finding her.
“Due to the perimenopause Nikki suffered with significant side effects such as brain fog, restless sleep and was taking HRT to help.
“But this was giving her intense headaches which caused Nikki to stop taking the HRT thinking that may have helped her but only ended up causing this crisis.
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“The public focus has to be on finding her and not making up wild theories about her personal life.”
Nicola was last seen close to the River Wyre on January 27 with her springer spaniel Willow.
Extensive water and land searches have been carried out, but there has been sign of her since.
Her family are desperate for answers and to bring the mortgage adviser home to give her children a much-needed cuddle.

They said today: “Nikki is such a wonderful daughter, sister, partner and mother and is missed dearly – we all need you back in our lives.
“Nikki, we hope you are reading this and know that we love you so much and your girls want a cuddle.
“We all need you home. You can reach out to us, or you can contact
“Don’t be scared, we all love you so very much.”
Cops yesterday said Nicola had “significant issues with alcohol” as a result of menopause.
Lancashire Police also revealed they’d been called to the family’s home after “a report of concern for welfare” on January 10.
These factors, identified by her partner Paul Ansell, meant she was classified as a high risk missing person.
Detectives today vowed to continue their hunt.
A spokesperson for the force said: “Our sole focus throughout the investigation has been to find Nicola, to bring her home and to support her family through the trauma they are experiencing. 
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“The most important person in all of this is Nicola. 
“As we approach the three-week anniversary of her going missing, we remain committed to doing everything we can to find her.”
A note of hope tied to a bridge close to where she disappeared5A note of hope tied to a bridge close to where she disappearedCredit: Dave NelsonNicola suffered with 'significant issues with alcohol', police said5Nicola suffered with ‘significant issues with alcohol’, police saidCredit: instagramSearch and rescue boats out in Morecambe Bay5Search and rescue boats out in Morecambe BayCredit: Dave Nelson
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