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Hello, I am 49 years old and I feel I have entered the first stage of my menopause. I know that there will probably be symptoms that will make my life in the near future really difficult but I am prepared for that. I am thinking about the use of hormone replacement therapy, but I would like to know-does that treatment increase stroke risk?

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Well, you have to know that menopause really could be problematic for the most of women, and use of hormones might regulate the hormonal misbalance that occurs in that period. But, use of additional hormones, at some level might increase the risk of a stroke happening. But I assume that the percentage of that happening is not high since this is a widely spread and commonly used therapy today in the world.
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