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Menopause treatment
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Since the menopause is caused by declining levels of the hormone oestrogen, the main medical treatment is to reverse this decline through hormone replacement therapy or HRT.
Menstrual cramps and painful period treatment
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Your gynaecologist may prescribe medication for the treatment of your painful periods or dysmenorrhoea such as non steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAIDs), such as mefenamic acid, ibuprofen or naproxen.

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Microspheres therapy
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The procedure involves making a small incision in the groin under local anaesthetic, and passing a flexible catheter (tube) into the hepatic artery via the femoral and coeliac arteries. The treatment is delivered by experienced interventional radiologists in The London Clinic’s state-of-the-art Hybrid theatre.

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Migraine treatments
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Acute migraine was treated with ergotamines, which had terrible side effects and dangers. The modern group of triptan drugs have now revolutionised acute migraine treatment. These are effective and safe, and have relatively few adverse effects. Although more effective preventive treatments are now available, these need to be taken over a long period, sometimes indefinitely, to keep the migraines under control.

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Molecular imaging
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Molecular imaging uses radioactive pharmaceuticals to produce images of various organs of the body as well as disease. Not only can we look at the structure of an organ, but also how it works. The images are developed based on the detection of energy emitted from a radioactive substance which is given to the patient either intravenously or by mouth.