New Treatment To Fight The Effects Of Menopause

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It's being touted as the fountain of youth for menopausal women. It's called bio-identical hormone therapy. Full Story
MsH

Saint Louis, MO

#1 May 26, 2010
$300 every three months... wow, why so expensive?
But I guess it's a small price to pay if it's as life-changing as they say.
Ken

Lombard, IL

#4 Oct 5, 2012
Menopause has indeed been a gateway of various conditions in many ageing women. Having a wide range of treatment options helps a great deal in managing these diseases. Along with the benefits of drug therapy however, are side effects that may come with every medication. Most postmenopausal women have a higher risk for osteoporosis than others, and while bone drugs have been proven to work in reducing their risk of broken bones, Fosamax and other similar drugs have also been reported to cause adverse effects in some patients. The article at http://www.fosamax-lawsuit.net/ may be a good reference for people concerned and interested.

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