* *ADVISORY* *To be safe, estrovera should not be used in women with a history of breast or endometrial cancer.
DOSAGE:One Estrovera tablet daily.
CONCLUSION:We conclude that estrovera is a safe and effective product for managing menopausal symptoms. Although estrogen has long been considered the most effective treatment for menopausal symptoms, there is a slight risk associated with taking hormones. To date, no other therapies have been found to be as effective. If you elect to try estrovera, remember to include it in your list of medications when you visit your doctor and other health care providers.
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