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Home local news business opinion sports feature lifestyle entertainment superbalita blogs epaper archive bacolod baguio cagayan de oro cebu davao dumaguete iloilo manila pampanga pangasinan tacloban zamboanga home â» davao â» feature some fuss on hormone therapy | more | by dr. Fredelyn espedilla meditalk tuesday, october 9, 2012 dear dr. Fritz, good day to you. I am one of your avid readers. I have some questions about hormone therapy. I am really quite confused. I am 40 years old and i have undergone removal of my uterus and ovaries. Now, could i use hormone therapy to prevent bone loss after menopause or to resolve menopausal symptoms, like hot flashes or vaginal dryness? I have heard that hormone therapy can have benefits in preventing chronic conditions. If this is true, what are they? Check our new look and tell us what you think. Thank you and i hope to hear from you soon. More power! Cindy g. ***** dear cindy g. , let me tell you straight women should not use hormone therapy to prevent chronic conditions, like bone loss after menopause. As a matter of fact, the uspstf (us preventive services task force) recommends against the use of estrogen for the prevention of chronic conditions in postmenopausal women who have had a hysterectomy- just like you. However, this recommendation does not apply to women younger than 50 who have undergone surgical menopause. This only means that you are exempted from this sanction, since you are only 40 years old and you have your uterus and your ovaries removed. So, you can get yourself hormone therapy to work for you a lot! Sure, there are some benefits that you can get from hormone therapy. This would depend on what kind of hormone you are using. If you would use estrogen plus estrogen, you would have fewer fractures and lower risk of diabetes. If you would be getting estrogen alone, you would have fewer fractures, lower risk of invasive breast cancer and the lesser would be your chance to die from breast cancer. However, this does not free you from potential harms as hormone therapy certainly has its own share of some unlikely dangers. viagra online viagra without a doctor prescription buy cheap viagra buy viagra online viagra for sale cheap viagra canada generic viagra online cheap generic viagra discounted generic viagra nationalityinworldhistory.net/bsh-buying-generic-viagra-ap/ Estrogen plus progestin hormone therapy can probably lead to the following conditions: * higher risk of invasive breast cancer * higher risk of breast cancer death * higher risk of stroke * higher risk of blood clots in the leg or deep venous thrombosis * higher risk of blood clots in the lung * higher risk of gallbladder disease * higher risk of dementia * higher risk of urinary incontinence * higher risk of lung cancer death on the other hand, estrogen alone hormone therapy can probably give you the following problems: * higher risk of stroke * higher risk of blood clots.
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