Step 4: Read and complete the decision guide to learn more about your symptoms.
Welcome to our Decision Health Guide on Hot Flashes.
This guide is designed for women who are experiencing hot flashes during menopause.
Hot flashes occur when estrogen hormone levels decrease. Hot flashes are felt by about 85% of women during the years immediately before and after menopause. They are uncomfortable, but they are not dangerous. By answering a short series of questions, you will learn about typical hot flashes and ways to help relieve them.
The information provided in our guide is intended to augment the advice from your own doctor. You should always contact you doctor's office if you think your symptoms are even a little atypical. You want to be sure that they are just hot flashes related to menopause.
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