Hot flashes treatment

Personalized prescription hormone medicines (HRT) delivered to your door.

For menopausal women ages 50-59

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$85 /month

90 day supply at a time

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Private online consult for hot flashes related to menopause.
Treatment for vaginal pain and dryness related to menopause also available.
Personalized Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) medicine from U.S. pharmacy.
Message our medical team anytime, no additional charge for medicine adjustments.

$85 /month

90 day supply at a time

Private online consult for hot flashes related to menopause.
Treatment for vaginal pain and dryness related to menopause also available.
Personalized Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) medicine from U.S. pharmacy.
Message our medical team anytime, no additional charge for medicine adjustments.
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3 simple steps to treat your hot flashes

1

Health questions
Tell us about health history and menopause symptoms.

2

Medical team review
Some states require a video chat or phone call. We’ll tell you what you need.

3

Free delivery to your door
90 day supply & arrives in 2-3 business days.

3 simple steps to treat your hot flashes

1

Health questions
Tell us about health history and menopause symptoms.

2

Medical team review
Some states require a video chat or phone call. We’ll tell you what you need.

3

Free delivery to your door
90 day supply & arrives in 2-3 business days.

What do we prescribe to treat hot flashes?

Our doctors and nurse practitioners prescribe 2 types of treatment: hot flashes treatment and vaginal dryness/pain treatment.


For hot flashes we recommend 2 separate medicines: a daily estrogen cream that you apply to your skin and a progesterone pill.


For vaginal dryness/pain we prescribe an estrogen vaginal cream


Please note - to use our service your periods must have stopped between 1-5 years ago. However, if you’re already on HRT, we may be able to help even though your periods stopped more than 5 years ago. If you’re still having your period - even if it’s sporadic - we can’t treat you.

Treatment and Risks

Hot flashes


We prescribe 2 hormones to help treat hot flashes that are associated with menopause: topical estrogen cream and an oral progesterone pill.


Topical Estrogen Cream: we typically prescribe and ship a compounded estriol/estradiol topical cream. We prescribe a compounded cream so that we can personalize your dosage based on your response to hormone therapy.


Oral Progesterone Pill: we typically prescribe and ship an oral micronized progesterone pill (Prometrium) to help prevent growth of the inner lining of the uterus (endometrial hyperplasia) for postmenopausal women who are on estrogen hormone therapy.


Vaginal dryness/symptoms associated with menopause


We prescribe one hormone, estrogen, to help with commmon symptoms associated with menopause - vaginal dryness, vaginal burning, and pain with sex. The medical term for what causes these symptoms is vulvovaginal atrophy.


Vaginal Estrogen Cream: we prescribe and ship a compounded vaginal estradiol cream.


Like all prescription medicines, the HRT treatments we prescribe for hot flashes and vaginal dryness come with the potential for serious side effects. Before you start using the medicine we prescribe, it’s important that you read the detailed information we provide in your Treatment Plan.

Please see a doctor or nurse practitioner in person if any of the following apply

See a doctor or nurse practitioner in person for HRT treatment if any of the following apply to you:

  • Under age 50
  • Age 60 or older
  • Pregnant
  • Breastfeeding
  • Had a period in the last 12 months (this means you’re not technically menopausal)
  • Undiagnosed abnormal uterine or vaginal bleeding
  • History of breast cancer
  • History of uterine or endometrial cancer
  • Currently have cancer, had cancer, or are being tested for cancer
  • Stroke, heart disease, or other vascular disease
  • Blood disorders, blood thickening or blood clots, deep venous thrombosis (DVT) or pulmonary embolus (PE)
  • Heart valve problems that could cause a blood clot
  • History of migraines with aura
  • Kidney problems
  • Liver problems
  • History of jaundice from past estrogen use or pregnancy
  • Thyroid problems
  • High triglycerides
  • Porphyria
  • HIV
  • Primary ovarian insufficiency or failure (menopause before the age of 40)