A reanalysis of the data shows it can help women in certain cases. Here’s the latest research.
The symptoms of menopause can bring dryness and even painful sex. Can anything be done?
If you’re in a high-risk category or are apprehensive about the risks of hormone replacement therapy to treat menopause symptoms, there are other options available.
Hormone replacement therapy comes in several forms, including pill, skin patch, gel, cream, lotion, vaginal ring, or spray. Each has its own risks and benefits.
If you’re struggling with hot flashes, night sweats, and vaginal symptoms, is hormone replacement therapy right for you? Here’s what to know.
Up to 80 percent of U.S. women going through menopause experience hot flashes, or sudden feelings of intense heat.
Menopause means that a woman has had a final menstrual period, without another occurring in the following year.
At menopause, when estrogen levels fall, women suddenly experience a rapid loss of bone and an increased risk of fractures.
You find a lump in your breast. You’re concerned, so you call the doctor. Your doctor examines you and tells you it’s probably nothing to worry about, but you’re still worried. What do you do?