What can I do if I can’t get HRT?

British Menopause Society releases equivalence guide to help women during England’s drug shortage

Acute HRT shortages have left some women taking extreme measures to access medication, with some reportedly travelling hundreds of miles, borrowing from friends or even turning to the hidden market. So what advice do experts have for those trying to manage menopause symptoms without their usual medicine?

Haitham Hamoda, clinical lead for the menopause service at King’s College hospital and chair of the British Menopause Society, said that, while the onus should not be on patients to deal with the crisis, there were some practical steps that could be taken.

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