The effectiveness of herbal medicines in the management of menopause
It was examined 96 patients with climacteric syndrome. And 30 of them sedatives were prescribed, 34 had taken the dry extract of soybean seeds in tablets, and 32 patients were administered Menorma 2 tablets 2 times a day during genital tract bloody discharge and Vimens 1 capsule daily within 3 months. In patients with climacteric syndrome combined treatment with phytoextracts contained in Vimens and Menorma had contributed to more rapid and significant decrease in symptoms compared with sedatives and soybean seed extract. The application of Vimens and Menorma had reduced the incidence of abnormal uterine bleeding more than 2 times. In order to achieve positive metabolic, vasotrophic and haemostatic effects it’s necessary to add to phytoestrogens preparations extracts of sage, agnus castus, shepherd’s purse and bark of viburnum.
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