On Monday, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force once again backed the idea that long-term use later in menopause is unwise when it released recommendations that said the increased health risks outweighed the benefits of using the treatment in that medical scenario.
A new study adds to evidence that transdermal hormone delivery is a safer alternative to pills for menopausal women.
For women hoping to combat the symptoms of menopause with nonprescription alternatives like soy and flaxseed supplements, recent studies have held one disappointment after another.
Before and After Menopause The average age of menopause, the cessation of menstruation caused by failure of the ovaries to secrete estrogen, is 51 years of age for women in the United States. Menopause will occur between the ages of 45 and 55 for the majority of women. The time between the onset of irregular…Read the Rest of Article
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