No, it is not dangerous. However studies have shown that smoking (depending on frequency) can reduce or completely cancel the efficacy of orally administered estrogens. (Estrogens are cleared more quickly, from the body, by the liver in smokers)
An estrogen patch may be a more effective option for a smoker.
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