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Does Body Fat, Other Factors Cause Incontinence?
New research identifies 3 factors that may play a role in menopause-related storage lower urinary tract symptoms, or incontinence.
Drug Helps Protect Ovaries from Chemotherapy
The GnRH agonist goserelin, when given during chemotherapy, may protect against ovarian failure and early menopause in women with breast cancer.
Are You Comfortable Prescribing HRT?
POLL: How do you compare with your colleagues in your comfort level for prescribing hormone replacement therapy for symptoms of menopause.
HRT Unlikely to Have Cardioprotective Effects
Hormone replacement therapy won't protect postmenopausal women against stroke or heart disease, but don't discount it for symptoms of menopause just yet.
The Cost of Untreated Vasomotor Symptoms
Women with hot flashes related to menopause carry the burden of these symptoms, but new research highlights the economic toll if left untreated.
Women Need More Info About Compounded Hormones
Women taking compounded bioidentical hormones for symptoms of menopause don't know as much as they should about the therapy.
Hot Flashes Can Linger for More Than a Decade
New research shows hot flashes last longer than once thought, and when they begin can indicate how long hot flashes will linger.
Treating VVA: Objective and Subjective Measure of Benefit
Approved treatments of menopause-related symptoms can have narrow indications, but they may offer broader relief of the most bothersome menopause symptoms.
DXA Versus BMI for Determining Metabolic Health
In this video, Steven R. Goldstein, MD, professor of obstetrics and gynecology at NYU, discusses new research he presented in October at the 25th annual North American Menopause Society meeting.
Improving Sexual Function in Postmenopausal Women
How much does ospemifene really help in the improvement of sexual function in postmenopausal women? David Portman, MD, discusses new study findings.
Hormone Replacement Therapy
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