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Hormone replacement therapy (HRT)

Types of hormone replacement therapy (HRT)

Oestrogen-only HRT

This type of hormone replacement therapy consists solely of the hormone oestrogen. It assists in the relief of symptoms associated with the menopause and helps to strengthen bones. Your bones may become more fragile during menopause as a result of low oestrogen levels, making it more likely that you may shatter one if you experience a fall.

Combined HRT​

Doctors urge women without hysterectomies to take progesterone and oestrogen to prevent womb cancer. Oestrogen and progesterone can be taken alone or together. utrogestan tablets can be taken with oestrogen patches or gel if your doctor recommends it. A Mirena coil is an intrauterine device (IUS). This progesterone can be used with oestrogen patches, gel, spray, or pills.

How do I take hormone replacement therapy (HRT)?

The hormone replacement therapy (HRT) drug comes in a variety of forms and may be administered in a few different methods. Your primary care physician will sit down with you to discuss the available choices and assist you in determining which one is most suitable for your needs.

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