Hormone Therapy Center

Estrogen therapy, estrogen/progestin therapy, and hormone therapy are terms that refer to the administration of estrogen or estrogen/progestin for the purpose of suppressing hot flashes. Side effects of hormone therapy include headaches, nausea, breast pain, blood clots, breast cancer, heart disease, abnormal vaginal bleeding, stroke, and uterine cancer. Read more: Hormone Therapy Article

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If menopause occurs in a woman younger than ___ years, it is considered to be premature. See Answer

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