You don’t have to endure the symptoms of hot flashes or risk bone loss during postmenopause. If you have not had a hysterectomy, talk to your doctor about Duavee. This is a combination of conjugated estrogens and an estrogen antagonist that will help to protect your uterine lining from thickening and decrease the severity of hot flashes. The added estrogen can also help to lessen the risk of osteoporosis so you are not more prone to fractures.
You should not take Duavee if there is a chance you could be pregnant or are breast feeding, have had certain cancers, liver problems, or unusual bleeding. Common side effects include nausea, diarrhea, dizziness, or upset stomach. See your doctor regularly to monitor if you are still in need of Duavee to reduce your postmenopausal symptoms.