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HRT postpones hot flashes, rather than eliminating them
posted 08/05/05 www.pcrm.org

Hot flashes can be suppressed with estrogens and progesterone, but symptoms are likely to return as soon as the treatment is stopped, according to a new report from the Women’s Health Initiative. In May, 2002, findings of serious risks led the study investigators to discontinue hormone use.

The 8,405 women who abruptly stopped their estrogens and progesterone were then surveyed. More than half of women who had had hot flashes prior to beginning hormones found them recurring when the treatment was ended.

Women who had not had hot flashes prior to starting the hormones tended to remain symptom-free after discontinuing them. The study suggests that hormones are not a long-term solution to hot flashes and supports the use of non-hormonal strategies for dealing with menopausal symptoms.

Ockene JK, Barad DH, Cochrane BB, et al. Symptom experience after discontinuing use of estrogen plus progestin. JAMA. 2005;294:183-193.


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