Low-dose SSRI formulation shows promise for vasomotor symptoms


A new formulation of a selective serotonin receptor inhibitor (SSRI)-low-dose mesylate of paroxetine (LDMP)-shows promise for reducing vasomotor symptoms of menopause, according to results of two studies presented at the North American Menopause Society (NAMS) conference.

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