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Menopause Health Center

News Related to Menopause

  1. Menopause Hormone Therapy: 'Safe' Time?

    Feb. 4, 2009 -- New research confirms that taking estrogen plus progestin as hormone replacement therapy for menopausal symptoms raises breast cancer risk, but that risk fades within about two years after quitting hormone therapy. The findings come from two new studies, one published in The New Engl

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  2. Hormone Creams Ease Menopause Symptoms

    Nov. 12, 2008 (New Orleans) -- "Natural" hormone creams may help relieve hot flashes, night sweats, depression, and other symptoms of menopause, a new study suggests. As an added benefit, they may also improve heart health, researchers say. The researchers studied custom-compounded creams made from

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  3. Non-estrogen Option for Menopause

    May 23, 2008 -- New research results show that a non-estrogen drug called Ophena significantly improves symptoms of vaginal dryness and painful intercourse in postmenopausal women, raising hopes of an alterative to estrogen replacement therapy. Vaginal dryness and painful intercourse, or dyspareunia

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  4. Hormone May Predict Age at Menopause

    April 30, 2008 -- A hormone that is used to help assess the potential for pregnancy in assisted reproduction might prove to be an accurate predictor of a woman's age at menopause, a study shows. If early findings are confirmed, researchers say anti-Mullerian hormone (AMH) levels may predict age at m

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  5. Worst Menopause Symptom? Lack of Sleep

    April 22, 2008 -- New research shows that women in early menopause report that lack of sleep is their biggest problem. Researchers interviewed 110 women. All were healthy white women between the ages of 43 and 55 with an average age of 49. They all had experienced their last menstrual period within

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  6. After HRT, Some Health Risks Remain

    March 4, 2008 -- For postmenopausal women who stop their hormone replacement therapy (HRT), there is good news, bad news, and surprising news from a new study that followed women for about two and a half years after they stopped the regimen. On the plus side, some risks associated with the use of th

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  7. FDA Goes After 'Natural' HRT Claims

    Jan. 9, 2008 -- Federal regulators warned several pharmacy companies Wednesday to stop marketing so-called "natural" hormone replacement therapy, calling their sales to women "false and misleading." The FDA took aim at seven compounding pharmacy companies that it says use a product called estriol in

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  8. Women May Walk Off Menopause Stress

    Jan. 3, 2008 -- Chalk up another perk from physical activity: less stress for women as they transition to menopause. Here are the highlights from a new study on stress and physical activity in women before, during, and after menopause: Physically active women report less stress than inactive women.

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  9. Menopause Symptoms May Hamper Sex

    Oct. 5, 2007 -- Menopausal symptoms dim the sex lives of many women, according to a new online survey. Murray Freedman, MD, and colleagues from the Medical College of Georgia evaluated the survey, which was conducted by Harris Interactive in late June and early July. They presented their findings ye

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  10. Sex Boost From Late Hormone Therapy

    Sept. 24, 2007 -- Hormone therapy begun years after menopause doesn't improve mental function, but it does boost sexual interest, researchers find. Forgetfulness is more of a problem for women during and after menopause than it is before menopause. Does this mean the hormonal changes of menopause ca

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