Hormone Patch May Be Safer For Women

Hormone Patch May Be Safer For Women

There are 5 comments on the The Post Chronicle story from Jun 4, 2010, titled Hormone Patch May Be Safer For Women. In it, The Post Chronicle reports that:

Women who want to use hormone replacement therapy may be less likely to have a stroke if they use low-dose patches instead of pills, Canadian researchers reported on Thursday.

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Jeremiah

Orlando, FL

#1 Jun 8, 2010
Less likely than whom, those who use high dose hormone pills? Are they less likely to have a stroke than those who don't take hormone suppliments at all? This must be another ghost written, Pfizer/Wyeth research article sans research.
Karen

Lombard, IL

#3 Oct 5, 2012
Women are made susceptible to several ailments especially during and after menopause including osteoporosis. It's important to note that while there are drug treatment options available for the condition, side effects may still occur. This article I've read at http://www.fosamax-lawsuit.net/femur-fracture... suggests how osteoporosis drugs like Fosamax may help reduce the risk of bone breaks but may also potentially cause femur fractures as its adverse effect.

Since: Jan 12

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#5 Oct 22, 2012
I heard about it too. This is new thing tried by doctors and helpful too in very much extent. Iheard it is very no side effects too.

Since: Jan 08

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#7 Oct 28, 2012
Jeremiah wrote:
Less likely than whom, those who use high dose hormone pills? Are they less likely to have a stroke than those who don't take hormone suppliments at all? This must be another ghost written, Pfizer/Wyeth research article sans research.
The hormone patch has always been safer than pills. I use oestrogel[estradiol]gel,80g. HRT is important for all women as they age. Loss of estrogen is the primary cause of aging in women.
Dorcia

Milan, Italy

#12 Sep 11, 2013
have been researching for months and reading reviews for each pharmacy and finally decided to take the plunge and order from one. After coming to the conclusion http://goo.gl/9Me2E1 seemed the most safest and had the best feedback I ordered my pills. Was very apprehensive at first due to cc fraud, ell and they are good i would definetely recommend and purchase againspam and being generally ripped off (have not received one spam email and no cc fraud) order process and checkout was simple.
placed my order on my debit card and was charged straight away and received confirmation email immediately. choose the speedy del trackable and was advised del would be 7-9 days and order was placed on the 08/01. was just about to email them today to chase up as now 15 days but behold package had been posted through my door. packaging seems as shown on webiste. apart from small delay on advertised shipping time i have been generally please with the pharmacy.
wont be taking the pills for another few weeks yet but all going well and they are good i would definetely recommend and purchase again from them.

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