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Non-hormonal SERMS for Hotflash Relief?

Non-hormonal SERMS for Hotflash Relief?

If you can’t use estrogen therapy or you choose not to, SERMS just might give you an alternative to suffering. NAMS is the North American Menopause Society, which is a trusted source for keeping on top of the news in perimenopause and menopause treatments. Here’s why you might want to check out the NAMS information on this non-hormonal therapy:

“You should talk to your clinician about SERMs if you are experiencing hot flashes and have a history of breast cancer, have been told you have low bone density, want to avoid uterine bleeding or changes in breast density, or sex is painful for you. For a more thorough discussion about SERMs, see the NAMS video What Selective Estrogen Receptor Modulators (SERMs) Can Do for You.”

We aren’t doctors and we don’t play them on the internet- but we recommend that if perimenopause or menopause symptoms are impacting the quality of your life, then look into SERMS. It’s science, not hocus pocus.

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