Women's health concern: the patient arm of the British Menopause Society

Stevenson, John
September 2012
Menopause International;Sep2012, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p94
Academic Journal
Case Study
The article presents several case studies related to menopausal symptoms and hormone replacement therapy (HRT). It presents a case study of a 49 year old woman who was fitted with intrauterine contraceptives (IUD) and started to get menopause symptoms. She was suggested to have an Elleste, a hormone replacement therapy (HRT) preparation, to reduce the menopause symptoms. It also discusses a case study of a 57 year old woman whose both ovaries were removed at the age of 23 and had HRT.


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