Menopause. Watch our video to learn more about questions you may be asking yourself when you decide to try HRT.
Hormone Replacement Therapy is a therapy that replenishes the body’s female hormone estrogen. This can reduce the menopausal symptoms like sweating, hot flushes, and mood fluctuations. HRT may also reduce the vaginal dryness and sleep disorders, which are potential signs that menopausal women are experiencing. In addition, taking HRT can also reduce the risk of getting osteoporosis later in life. Osteoporosis happens when bone density and bone mass of the body diminishes. It’s common among women who have gone through postmenopausal.
Hormone Replacement Therapy can help improve your mood, as it aids the body in controlling its own hormones. HRT is not without its disadvantages including increased stroke and heart attacks risk. However, it’s possible to reduce these risks by using a smaller dose. Discuss the benefits and risks associated with HRT with your physician to learn how you can manage the hormones in your body, and also get relief from menopause symptoms.