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HRT: An Option with Caveats

HFN 044 HRTanOption 2 F27266964There was once a time when doctors helped women deal with menopausal symptoms with a universal easy answer. That answer was hormone replacement therapy, or, HRT. It was considered a safe and reliable way to replenish the diminishing levels of estrogen in menopausal women's bodies.


Bioidentical Hormones: A Treatment Option

For many years the clinical answer to menopause was simple. Doctors would often recommend hormone replacement therapy (HRT) as a reliable way to replace the diminishing levels of estrogen. When it was discovered that in some women HRT increased the risk of stroke, cancer, and heart disease, treatment for menopause became more complicated.


Treating Your Symptoms Medically

Women who go through menopause know firsthand just how uncomfortable and disruptive the symptoms can be. Let’s take look and discuss some of the clinical treatments and therapies available for women dealing with these conditions.