Q&A With Prashant Singh From Massachusetts General: Menopausal Hormone Therapy and its Role in Gastrointestinal Bleeding

Hormone therapy has proven a very effective option for many women during menopause but there has also been some evidence that it can increase the likelihood of bleeding disorders. A recent study looked at the link between the two.

Hormone therapy has proven a very effective option for many women during menopause but there has also been some evidence that it can increase the likelihood of bleeding disorders. A recent study looked at the link between the two.

Prashant Singh, MBBS, from Massachusetts General Hospital discussed the results of the study during Digestive Disease Week in Washington, DC. Singh said that while it is associated with lower gastrointestinal bleeding it did not overshadow the impact of therapy on many other women who find it an effective treatment option.