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Hot flashes (or flushing) is the most common symptom experienced by a woman prior to and during the early stages of menopause. Hot flashes can be caused by other conditions. Diagnosis is made by taking a patient history and at times, blood tests. Treatment options include hormone therapy, bioidentical hormone therapy, and medications. There are non-FDA approved natural remedies.

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Terms related to Hot Flashes:

  • Flash, Hot
  • Flush
  • Menopause, Hot Flashes
  • Treatment, Hot Flashes