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Nain hoidan vaihdevuosioireita. / [Treatment of menopausal symptoms].

Tuomikoski, Pauliina; Lyytinen, Heli.
Duodecim; 131(16): 1515-21, 2015.
Artigo em Finlandês | MEDLINE | Out 2015 | ID: mdl-26485945
Resumo: Hormone therapy is the most effective treatment for sweating and hot flashes, which are the most common symptoms of the menopause. The initiation of therapy for a healthy female of 50 to 59 years usually entails more health benefits than adverse effects, and there is no absolute upper limit for the duration of the treatment. It remains to be evaluated yearly whether the need or prerequisites for continuation of the treatment still exist. If the use of hormone therapy is not desired, alleviation of hot flashes and sweating can be attempted with life style modifications and other remedies.