Our expert says:
1) HRT should be beneficial when (a)you will benefit from it, and (b) if benefits outweigh risks in your specific case. The benefits of short-term hormone therapy may outweigh the risks if, for example, you experience moderate to severe hot flashes or other menopausal symptoms, or have lost bone mass and either aren't able to tolerate other treatments or aren't benefiting from other treatments.
2) Red Clover may be a starting point for very MILD symptoms (e.g. hot flushes), but if when you find it ineffective, or in more severe cases, "traditional" HRT is advised,
3) I suggest discussing your personal risks with your dector
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