Absolute contraindication of hormone replacement therapy is

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  1. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Absolute contraindication of hormone replacement therapy is ?

    1. thrombosis
    2. fibrocystic disease
    3. fibroadenoma
    4. hemorrhage
  2. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Absolute contraindications

    * Undiagnosed vaginal bleeding
    * Severe liver disease
    * Pregnancy
    * Coronary artery disease (CAD)
    * Venous thrombosis
    * Well-differentiated and early endometrial cancer (once treatment for the malignancy is complete, is no longer an absolute contraindication.) Progestins alone may relieve symptoms if the patient is unable to tolerate estrogens.

    Relative contraindications

    * Migraine headaches
    * Personal history of breast cancer
    * History of uterine fibroids
    * Atypical ductal hyperplasia of the breast
    * Active gallbladder disease (cholangitis, cholecystitis)
  3. Guest

    Guest Guest

    thrombosis

    Absolute contra-indications to hormone
    replacement therapy
    Absolute contra-indications to HRT are existing breast
    carcinoma, existing endometrial carcinoma, venous
    thrombosis, and acute liver disease.

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