Last updated on November 2017

Hot Flashes/Vasomotor


Brief description of study

Hot Flashes/Vasomotor

Detailed Study Description

Hot flashes are the most frequent symptom of menopause and may be related to changes in circulation. Hot flashes occur when the blood vessels near the skin's surface dilate to cool. They may be accompanied by a red, flushed face; sweating; rapid heart rate; and chills. The severity and duration of hot flashes varies among women going through menopause.

Clinical Study Identifier: TX2654

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