It is not unusual for women to experience hot flashes either in the perimenopause or the post-menopause. In almost all cases, it is treated with some type of estrogen, preferably estradiol. However, very often this might provide a reduction in the severity of hot flashes, but does not cure the problem. The frequency and intensity of hot flashes vary among women and can last up to 10 years. The best approach to dealing with any problem is to treat the cause of the issue. When it comes to hot flashes, one of the most common associated findings is the release...