84. Can You Use Hormone Therapy With a History of Vascular Risk, and What Is Factor V Leiden Mutation?

84. Can you use hormone therapy with a history of vascular risk, and what is Factor V Leiden Mutation? // It’s time to discuss the use of hormone therapy in women with a history of vascular conditions. That includes a history of a blood or lung clot and women who have had a stroke or other blood condition. Dr. Hirsch breaks down the baseline risk for blood clots and then divulges into more complex medical histories. This much-requested topic is ready for your ears. Enjoy!

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