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“If you do not have a uterus, you can take estrogen alone, without a progestogen”. Read more

“Women who still have a uterus need to take a progestogen (progesterone or a similar product) along with the estrogen”. Read more

“If you would like to find out what information in menopause videos is applicable to you, it may be in your best interest to choose to talk to your…”. Read more

“Are hormones right for me? Why?
What are the benefits?
What are the serious risks and common side effects?”1

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“Hopefully, this statement will enable health-care providers to offer those women in midlife, who may benefit from MHT, the opportunity to make an informed decision”. Read more

“This fact sheet is designed to be informative and educational. It is not intended to provide specific medical advice or replace advice from your medical…”. Read more

“Tibolone (brand name Livial) is a prescription medicine that is similar to taking combined HRT (oestrogen and progestogen). It’s taken as a tablet once a day”. Read more

“Further research and regulation of pharmacy-compounded hormones is needed before they can be recommended for use with menopausal symptoms”. Read more

“This document serves to emphasize international consensus regarding MHT and is aimed at empowering women and healthcare practitioners in the…”. Read more

“Raloxifene (marketed as Evista), a mixed estrogen activator (agonist) and blocker (antagonist), acts as an activator in bone and as a blocker in the uterus and…”. Read more