Why am I still getting hot flashes - at the age of 60?!
Q: I haven’t had hot flashes for five years, but now, at 60, I’m
experiencing them again as I try to get off HRT. Why is this happening? Am I going
through menopause again, or is this going to last forever?
A: The use and weaning off of hormone replacement therapy is comparable to
dependence upon and withdrawal from strong drugs like pain medications, opiates,
or alcohol after long periods of use. The stronger the formula or dose, and the
longer the period of use, the more likely we are to see intense symptoms during
Our Hormonal Health Packages are designed to help restore your body’s foundation
of hormone balance naturally. We have even developed an approach expressly for women
weaning off HRT. You can schedule consultations with a Nurse–Educator who
will work with you to devise the best combination approach for your particular needs.
There are many safe measures you can take to help minimize your HRT withdrawal symptoms
and restore hormonal balance naturally. So if you’re ready to get started,
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Related to this article:
References & further reading on bioidentical hormones
and other forms of HRT
Last Modified Date: 04/15/2011