Early Surgical Menopause Linked to Early Cognitive DeclineEarly Surgical Menopause Linked to Early Cognitive Decline

Women who experience an abrupt loss of estrogen may suffer cognitive decline, and hormone replacement therapy may help counteract this risk. Medscape Medical News
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Assess hormone replacement therapy (HRT) use in patients undergoing premature surgical menopause, and correlate that with surgical indication for menopause.
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Despite being something that will affect half the world ’s population, the menopause, and how it can lead to things such as hot flushes, has historically been a bit of a ‘black box’ for scientists. But thanks to new insights from animal research, a much-needed alternative to hormone replacement therapy could be just around the corner.Hannah Devlin investigatesContinue reading...
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A group of women who had been using HRT for a year were studied by The Ohio State University Medical Center. Some markers, including insulin sensitivity, had been improved.
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Abstract Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) remains the most effective treatment for menopausal symptoms and has been shown to prevent bone loss and fracture. The progestogen is added to provide endometrial protection in women with an intact uterus. After the publication of the initial WHI (Women's Health Initiative) results in 2002 reporting an overall increased risk of breast cancer, many women discontinued HRT. Despite the re-analysis of the results by subgroups of patients and updates with extended follow-up, much controversy remains, which we will analyze later in the text. Different types of estrogen or proge...
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New findings published in the Lancet medical journal say the risk of breast cancer associated with hormone replacement therapy is higher than previously thought, but doctors say women need to weigh the risk against the severity of menopause symptoms.
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Women who use hormone replacement therapy to treat symptoms of the menopause should be vigilant for signs of breast cancer, even after stopping HRT, the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency has advised.
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HORMONE replacement therapy causes an estimated 3,000 cases of breast cancer a year in the UK, scientists claimed yesterday. Almost all forms of the treatment were linked to an increase in cancer risk, a study revealed. The findings suggest women who use HRT to relieve symptoms of the menopause could increase their risk of breast cancer by twice as much as previously thought.
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Study prompts medicines regulator to advise all women using HRT to remain vigilantThe risk of breast cancer from using hormone replacement therapy is double what was previously thought, according to a major piece of research, which confirms that HRT is a direct cause of the cancer.The findings of the definitive study will cause concern among the 1 million women in the UK and millions more around the world who are using HRT. It finds that the longer women take it, the greater their risk, with the possibility that just one year is risk-free. It also finds that the risk does not go away as soon as women stop taking it, as had...
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Abstract The menopausal transition, or perimenopause, is characterized by menstrual irregularities, vasomotor symptoms, sleep disturbances, mood symptoms, and urogenital tract atrophy. These changes can also affect the quality of life and one's self-esteem. Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) is considered the best option to achieve therapeutic relief of different menopausal symptoms but is usually restricted to moderate or severe symptoms. Moreover, many women refuse HRT for a variety of reasons concerning the fear of cancer and other adverse effects. According to these considerations, new topics are emerging: Diss...
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From new employee entitlements to soap opera storylines, older women ’s health needs a bigger profileConnected as it is with ageing, it is not surprising that the menopause has a bad reputation. Even for women who have generally found their periods to be a nuisance, the cessation of the monthly cycle of egg production often comes as a shock. As well as the psychological impact of what used to euphemistically be called “the change”, the menopause brings with it symptoms for which a lot of women find themselves alarmingly unprepared – asmany readers told us when we invited them to share their stories....
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