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How can my doctor help me find the right alternative therapy for menopause?

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Make sure your doctor knows what therapy you are considering in order to discuss possible interactions or side effects with your current treatment. Your doctor can also provide you with information on other people who may have tried the same therapy.

From: Menopause and Alternative Therapy WebMD Medical Reference

SOURCES: The Cleveland Clinic Department of Nutrition Therapy. National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine. North American Menopause Society. National Institutes of Health. American Academy of Family Physicians. USDA -- Iowa State University Database on the Isoflavone Content of Foods, 1999.





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Reviewed by Nivin Todd on July 12, 2017

SOURCES: The Cleveland Clinic Department of Nutrition Therapy. National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine. North American Menopause Society. National Institutes of Health. American Academy of Family Physicians. USDA -- Iowa State University Database on the Isoflavone Content of Foods, 1999.





American Cancer Society.

Reviewed by Nivin Todd on July 12, 2017

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