Hormonal Therapy Risks - Health Channel


Hormonal Therapy Risks |

Women who think they’re pregnant, have problems with vaginal bleeding, have had certain kinds of cancers, have had a stroke or heart attacks, have had blood clots or have liver disease should not take hormone therapy.

Dr. Debra Kenward, Obstetrician and Gynecologist with Baptist Health South Florida, considers the treatment should be individualized and discussed with the physician.

Transdermal estrogen has more benefits compared to oral treatments, she affirms.

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