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EstroMend™ is the only all natural formulation designed to address the full range of symptoms associated with decreased estrogen function. A synergistic combination of isoflavones, phytoestrogens & other herbs to naturally support optimal estrogen function.

Promotes healthy estrogen metabolism including 2-hydroxylation which may protect estrogen sensitive tissues.*
Promotes healthy function of bone, heart, brain, breasts, vagina and other estrogen sensitive tissues.*
Relieves many of the physical and psychological symptoms of menopause, such as hot flushes/night sweats, irritability, sleep disturbances, vaginal symptoms, mood swings & memory problems.*
May use without estrogen, or with bioidentical estrogen to support healthy estrogen function

How is EstroMend™ used?

EstroMend™ is used by healthcare professionals to decrease symptoms of estrogen deficiency without having to increase estrogen levels. EstroMend™ may be used instead of estrogen replacement therapy or it may be used with estrogen replacement therapy (ERT), to improve the safety and effectiveness of ERT. EstroMend™ improves patients with many conditions including:

Patients who do not want to use Estrogen Replacement Therapy (ERT) - because of personal or family history of estrogen sensitive cancer. Use EstroMend™ to decrease or eliminate symptoms without ERT.
Patients who are on ERT who still have symptoms - even when lab tests confirm optimal estradiol levels.
Patients on ERT who want to decrease side effects & risks associated with ERT - such as breast discomfort, other symptoms of estrogen sensitivity or concerns about increased risk of estrogen sensitive cancers
Patients who want to wean off of ERT should start EstroMend™ a month before weaning off of ERT to successfully wean off of ERT without symptoms of estrogen withdrawal.

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