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Menopause-related hot flashes and night sweats can last for years

August 14, 2020
  • By Nancy Ferrari, Managing Director and Executive Editor, Harvard Health Publishing


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Carol. gipson
March 22, 2015

I am looking for women changing and hormone for hot flashes please email me back please let me know whAt you have for hot flashes I will. Be wating thank you Carol Gipson

March 2, 2015

Yes! Hot flashes can hang around for years. Mine lasted five years. That’s a long time to be miserable. Thank you for this article. It is a great read.

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