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Is it possible to have short term memory loss that recovers with estrogen?

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Dr. Cornelia Franz
Specializes in Pediatrics
YES: Menopause symptoms often include short term memory loss and many women report that memory improves with estrogen replacement . It is something to discuss in detail with your physician as hormone replacement has many negative side effects and for many it is better to not use hormone replacement therapy.
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