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Even if the patients with TM receive hormonal replacement therapy, calcium, vitamin D and effective iron chelation and have normalized hemoglobin levels, they continue to lose bone mass because of increased resorptive phase (5,13).
It really is time to close the era of long-term hormonal replacement therapy.
Women who take part must be 35 or older, post-menopausal, not take any hormonal replacement therapy, or have a history of blood clots, diabetes or high blood pressure.
Q: Does hormonal replacement therapy help prevent heart attack and strokes?
In addition, many post-menopausal women with MS who use hormonal replacement therapy report improvement in their symptoms.