Hot-Flash Relief In a Nasal Spray?
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Utian, who is professor and chairman of the department of reproductive biology at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine in Cleveland and executive director of the North American Menopause Society, also says using a spray every day may have long-term effects on the nasal passages.
"There are other ways [of taking estrogen-replacement therapy] that have had a lot more testing and that are ahead of the game on this particular delivery system," he says. If the nasal spray were available, Utian says, he would not recommend it at this point without much further testing.