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A 51-year-old woman came to see me with menopausal symptoms. Since then, she had suffered frequent migraine attacks with nausea and vomiting, and leg cramps; her contact lenses had begun to hurt her eyes.
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These days, medicine is waxing optimistic about osteoporosis, announcing that there are more opportunities than ever before to make this crippling disorder a disease of the past.
Menopause is confusing and so is the data that surrounds it - especially when it comes to the issue of hormone replacement therapy (HRT). For women who are considering HRT, in "Menopause: insights for preventing osteoporosis and lowering cancer...
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When you enter the early stages of menopause, the question of hormone replacement therapy (HRT) arises. The two female hormones, estrogen and progesterone (often in its synthetic version, the progestins), are certainly the most widely prescribed...