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Case Study: Post menopausal brain fog

Patient case discussing how to counsel patients about starting hormone replacement therapy and its risks

     

    52 year old patient complains of erratic periods and multiple daytime hot flushes. She is struggling at work as laboratory technician because of “brain fog” and is concerned she is developing dementia. Patient came in wanting a blood test and hormone replacement therapy to stop developing dementia. These patient case studies are all fictitious.

     
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    Learning objectives:

    • Indications of blood tests in patients undergoing menopause
    • Prevalence of "brain fog" in menopause
    • How to counsel patients about starting hormone replacement therapy and its risks

     

    Duration | 9 minutes 01 seconds

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