Hot Flashes or "vasomotor symptoms" are the most commonly reported menopausal symptoms. These symptoms are characterized by a sudden increase of blood flow, often to the face, neck, and chest, that causes the sensation of extreme heat and profuse sweating. When symptoms occur at night they are called “night sweats” and can cause significant sleep disturbances. Episodes of vasomotor symptoms can last 1 to 5 minutes and can be associated with perspiration, flushing, chills, anxiety, and even heart palpitations. For more information on Hot Flashes and other menopausal symptoms, click here.
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NON-Hormonal  option:  We are recruiting women for our NON-Hormonal investigational medication study who meet the following criteria:
  • Are postmenopausal (with or without uterus) & (with or without ovaries)
  • Are between 40 and 65 years  old
  • Are experiencing one or more moderate to severe Hot Flashes  each day (If a hot flash interrupts your activity-even to fan yourself or wipe you brow, it's at least "moderate")
  • Are in good general health
Qualified participants receive up to $1200

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