Hormone Replacement Therapy

by Cathy Parkes August 05, 2020 Updated: May 05, 2021

Nursing Tips - Hormone Replacement Therapy
Hormone Replacement therapy can be used to treat the signs/symptoms of menopause. However, it is important to remember that HT increases the risk of embolic events (DVT, MI, stroke) and breast cancer.


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