Patch Hormone Replacement For Menopause Bettern Than Oral Pills

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Women in menopause use hormone replacement therapy to relieve symptoms of menopause. While HRT is given in skin patches and orally the BMJ research shows that hormone replacement therapy (HRT) given in skin patches may cause fewer blood clots than HRT given orally. Furthermore, women who take the oral form of HRT more than double their risk of developing a blood clot, say the authors.

Hormone Replacement Therapy

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