Hormone Replacement Therapy (Menopause) Treatment

Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) is used to replenish a woman’s hormones that begin to drop as she approaches the menopause, effectively relieving its symptoms. Menopausal symptoms include hot flashes, mood swings, low sex drive and more.

With our wide range of effectual treatments, you’ll find the HRT medication that’s best suited to you as you reach this pivotal point in your female life.

Femoston
Femoston
  • Treatment for menopause
  • Helpfully marked tablet packets
  • Relieves symptoms
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Evorel
Evorel
  • Oestrogen-only HRT medication
  • Treats menopausal symptoms
  • Easy-to-use patches
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Kliovance
Kliovance
  • Relieves symptoms of the menopause
  • Combined hormones
  • Dial packet for ease-of-use
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Elleste Solo
Elleste Solo
  • Oestrogen-only medication
  • Suitable for women who have had a hysterectomy
  • Treats symptoms of the menopause
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Zumenon
Zumenon
  • Effective HRT medication
  • Oestrogen only
  • Suitable for women who have had a hysterectomy
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Elleste Duet
Elleste Duet
  • Offers relief from menopausal symptoms
  • Contains progestogen to protect the womb
  • Helpfully marked tablet packets
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Livial
Livial
  • Non-hormonal ingredients
  • Treats menopausal symptoms
  • Lower risk of certain cancers
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Premarin
Premarin
  • Offers relief from symptoms of the menopause
  • Contains oestrogen
  • Can be used to treat osteoporosis
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Premique
Premique
  • HRT medication to treat the menopause
  • Low dose
  • Combined hormones
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Evorel Conti
Evorel Conti
  • Patches contain oestrogen and progestogen
  • Effective treatment for the menopause
  • Protects the womb
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Estradot
Estradot
  • Offers relief from menopausal symptoms
  • Convenient alternative to pills
  • Most suited to women who have had a hysterectomy
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Elleste Solo MX
Elleste Solo MX
  • Effective HRT medication
  • Convenient patch form
  • Can be used to treat osteoporosis
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Evorel Sequi
Evorel Sequi
  • Effective HRT medication
  • Cyclic treatment style
  • Mix of oestrogen-only and combined hormonal patches
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    A woman’s reproductive system only continues to work optimally for a certain number of years, usually beginning in your early teens and stopping towards the end of your forties. This means that at the end of this time, your body will no longer produce or release an egg, and you will no longer experience periods.

    This, of course, can be a good thing (especially for women who have always experienced particularly heavy or painful periods) but in its place, you will experience a number of symptoms for roughly 4 years. These symptoms typically include mood fluctuations, struggles sleeping, hot flashes (of the face and neck), and a decreased libido.

    Contrary to popular belief, the menopause is not the same for all women and some people don’t find that it causes them any trouble at all. However, a lot of women choose to alleviate symptoms with HRT medication.

    Hormone Replacement Therapy (also known as HRT) is used by women as they begin to show signs of the menopause. This happens to women at various ages, and treatment can be started as soon as you begin to show symptoms.

    The medication contains the female hormones, oestrogen and progestogen. Oestrogen is responsible for many functions in a woman’s body, as well as a number of characteristics. When these levels start to fall, you begin to experience menopause symptoms, so topping these levels up with HRT medication helps to ward them off. A drop in oestrogen can also lead to osteoporosis (a bone mass deficiency), so it’s important to keep these hormone levels high to protect bone health.

    All HRT medications contain oestrogen (for the reasons stated above), but most of them also contain progestogen. This hormone is responsible for maintaining womb health and keeping certain cancers at bay. So although the drop doesn’t cause the menopause symptoms, it’s important to keep these levels healthy too. However, women without a womb (due to hysterectomy, for example) might opt for an oestrogen-only HRT medication.

    Most women will use Hormone Replacement Therapy for anywhere from 2 to 5 years, and then slowly decrease the dose once it’s time to stop taking it. During treatment, the medication is taken daily, or worn weekly (if you go for the hormone patch option), and there are a number of different types of HRT available, for which you can choose which is best suited to you. This can be ordered safely from UK Meds with the help of our trustworthy doctor’s service,

    Even though the medicine contains female hormones, it’s important to note that it’s not a contraceptive and if you are still having menstrual cycles then you could still get pregnant while taking it. Taking HRT can also carry risks of certain types of cancer, as well as blood clots, so it’s important that use is not long-term (unless advised by a doctor) and any symptoms are checked and reported.

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