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How to stop hot flushes during menopause

New xXx Pics How to stop hot flushes during menopause.

According to conventional medical wisdom, menopause-related hot flashes fade away after six to 24 months.

Hot flushes can start a...

Not so, says a new study of women going through menopause. Hot flashes and night sweats last, on average, for about seven years and may go on for 11 years or more. Hot flashes, also known as vasomotor symptoms, are often described as a sudden sensation of heat in the chest, face, and head followed by flushing, perspiration, and sometimes chills.