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Hormone therapy is one option that can be used to treat the symptoms of menopause. Long-term hormone therapy may prevent bone fractures, but it can also increase your risk of blood clots, stroke, heart attack, and breast cancer. The long-term use of hormone therapy is not currently recommended as a preventative strategy. Weigh the pros and cons of this treatment option with your doctor if you are having severe issues related to menopause.
hormone therapy, hormone replacement therapy, HT, HRT, menopause, fractures, bone, cardiovascular disease, breast cancer, estrogen, progestin, hot flashes
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