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Menopause is reached when a woman has not had a period for 12 consecutive months, and it often occurs when a woman is between the ages of 45 and 55. Some women have dramatic menopause symptoms that significantly impair their quality of life. Those with menopause symptoms should discuss the various treatments with a physician in order to choose the best option. 

"Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT)" refers to estrogen and progesterone that are taken regularly to stabilize and increase a menopausal woman’s hormone levels. This treatment has options ranging from pills to patches, creams, and vaginal rings.

If you are struggling with the following menopause symptoms, we recommend you discuss them with your doctor.

- Hot flashes

- Night sweats

- Sleep changes

- Insomnia

- Mood swings

- Vaginal dryness

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- Relieve severity of hot flashes

- Decrease night sweats

- Recover sleep changes

- Treat insomnia

- Improving the quality of a woman's life

- Prevent bone loss (Osteoporosis)

- Improve bone intimacy

- Recover vaginal dryness

- Relieve painful intercourse 

- Improve urinary incontinence

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How long does hormone therapy take to become effective?

It may take a few weeks to start feeling the differences.

What are the risks of hormone therapy?

Hormone therapy may have some side effects (Heart disease, stroke, blood clots, breast cancer).

How can I reduce my risk?

The side effects of HT are very mild. If symptoms bother you, discuss it with your doctor.

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