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Hormone therapy and Ovarian Cancer risk

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What's your opinion on the paper that came out in about hormone therapy and ovarian cancer?

Life Phase:
Menopause

Mood Swings & Depression in Menopause

Question:

I'm wondering if my mood shifts are perhaps due to menopause? Should I go on estrogen or anti-depressants?

Life Phase:
Perimenopause, Menopause

Topical Testosterone for Improvement of Libido

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What are the risks of topical testosterone for improvement of libido?

Life Phase:
Menopause

Vaginal Dryness

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Is there something I can do about vaginal dryness?

Life Phase:
Menopause

What Are Bio-Identical Hormones?

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I keep hearing about “Bio-Identicalhormones. What does Bio-Identical mean? Should I be taking them?

Concerned About HRT and Dementia

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Am I wrong to be concerned about HRT and dementia?

Life Phase:
Menopause

Decreased Sex Drive After Ovariectomy

Question:

My close friend had a complete hysterectomy and has lost interest in sex. Is this hormonal? Will it improve? What can she do?

Life Phase:
Menopause

Early Menopause

Question:

I am 39 and having hot flushes and night sweats. I've skipped my period for the last 18 months. Does that mean I am in menopause? Help! I'm too young—what can I do?

Life Phase:
Perimenopause, Menopause

Progesterone (not Estrogen) is Optimal Therapy for Hot Flushes

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I've been having really bad night sweats since before my periods stopped. Estrogen therapy didn't help - now I'm in menopause, what can I take to get a good night's sleep?

Life Phase:
Perimenopause, Menopause

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Enrolment complete: Perimenopausal Hot Flush Study

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CeMCOR is now recruiting Canadian women for this CIHR-funded randomized controlled trial to test whether oral micronized progesterone is more effective than placebo as therapy for hot flushes and night sweats in perimenopausal women.

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