Consider Tibella for Patients Who Don't Tolerate Hormone Therapy

Patients will ask you about Tibella (tibolone), a new oral option to treat menopausal hot flashes.

Tibella has been used for years in Europe for menopausal symptoms and osteoporosis.

It's different than other hormone therapy (HT)'s a synthetic "prohormone." The metabolites of Tibella have estrogenic, progestational, and androgenic properties.

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