Here’s Why Transgender Women Face A Far Higher Risk Of Heart Attack

For post-menopausal women, a five-year course of aromatase inhibitors appears to offer more potent breast cancer prevention than the two drugs long known to have such effects — tamoxifen (sold as Nolvadex and Soltamox) and raloxifene (Evista). In studies, women taking aromatase inhibitors were more likely to experience hot flashes and pain in their bones and muscles compared with women taking a dummy pill. But preliminary signs showed no significant increase in the risk of blood clots.

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