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  1. ... provider. Estrogen is no longer used to prevent heart disease in women of any age. Estrogen may increase the risk ... nih.gov/pubmed/30879355 . Chandrasekhar J, Mehran R. Heart disease in women. In: Levine GN, ed. Cardiology Secrets. 5th ed. ...
  2. ... disease. HT may increase the risk of developing heart disease in older women. HT may increase the risk in women who ... heart attack Have a history of blood clots in your veins or lungs ... fit. However, for many women, taking HT is a safe way to treat ...
  3. Coronary heart disease is a narrowing of the small blood vessels that supply blood and oxygen to the heart. Coronary heart disease ( ...
  4. ... sex. Men have a higher risk of getting heart disease than women, except in older adults. Your genes and race. If your ...
  5. ... has a family member with a history of heart disease before age 55 in men and age 65 in women The child has risk factors such as diabetes ...
  6. ... effects, including: Bone loss and osteoporosis in some women Changes in cholesterol levels and greater risk for heart disease
  7. ... HL, Warner JJ, Gianos E, et al; American Heart Association and the American ... with obstetricians and gynecologists: a presidential ...
  8. ... HL, Warner JJ, Gianos E, et al; American Heart Association and the American ... with obstetricians and gynecologists: a presidential ...
  9. ... the risk for breast cancer, blood clots and heart disease. Women should talk with their health care provider about the risks and benefits of hormone replacement therapy. In men, hypogonadism results in loss of sex drive ...
  10. ... for women with known risk factors for coronary heart disease. Women with normal cholesterol levels do not need to have the test repeated for 5 years. Repeat testing sooner than needed if changes occur in lifestyle (including weight gain and diet). If you ...
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