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Her case illustrates an emerging strategy: use of psychotropics with or without hormones, including testosterone. Among psychotropics that improve hot flashes and mood, gabapentin is the only one that does not interfere with sexual function. You and Anne decide to try the SNRI venlafaxine, 75 mg daily, to treat her hot flashes and depression. Four weeks later, she is having only half as many hot flashes and her mood has improved Beck Depression Inventory score of
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When the arrival of menopause brings symptoms of depression - Harvard Health

Hormone therapy has long been a controversial topic, and a new study about the role of hormones in depression is adding some fodder to the debate. A study published in the January 10 issue of JAMA Psychiatry determined that hormone therapy may help ward off symptoms of depression in women. Researchers found that perimenopausal and early postmenopausal women who were treated with hormones were less likely to experience symptoms of depression than women in the study who were given a placebo. But while the findings of the study are important — particularly considering that a woman's risk of depression doubles or even quadruples during the menopausal transition — that doesn't mean hormone therapy should be widely used for preventing depression in women at this stage of life, says Dr. Hadine Joffe, the Paula A. The study ran from October to February and included perimenopausal and early postmenopausal women ranging in age from 45 to 65 who were experiencing low-level symptoms of depression.
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How does menopause affect sex drive?

Approaching middle age often brings increased stress, anxiety, and fear. This can partially be attributed to physical changes, such as decreasing levels of estrogen and progesterone. Hot flashes, sweating, and other symptoms of menopause may cause disruptions. There may also be emotional changes, such as worries about getting older, losing family members, or children leaving home. For some women, menopause may be a time of isolation or frustration.
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Sexual problems are more common in postmenopausal women, which suggests that menopause can reduce libido. The reduced sex drive is often caused by decreased estrogen levels, which can dampen arousal and result in sex being more painful. Some women going through menopause report reduced libido, but the causes vary from person to person.