There is a lot of controversy about whether or not to take estrogen. You already know that women with low estrogen in or near menopause deal with hot flashes, poor sleep, lower libido, and other commonly associated symptoms of the menopause transition.
Now a new review article in the journal Menopause shows that low estrogen levels is a major contributor to poor vision in women as they age. Here’s a short summary and what it means to you.
These factors caused the investigators to do this study.
How does this affect you? Do you have any of the following:
If you have any of the above situations or conditions, be sure and have your eyes checked at least annually. Have them checked for vision and intraocular pressure. It’s one of the things you need to consider with your physician when deciding whether or not to use estrogen.
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