Hormone replacement could reduce need for 2nd joint procedure

01/23/2014 | HealthDay News

Women who received hormone replacement therapy for six months after a hip or knee replacement surgery had a 38% lower risk of repeat surgery over three years of follow-up than those who did not get hormone treatments, according to a study in the journal Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases. The risk of a second joint replacement surgery decreased further with a year of usage, researchers reported. The absolute risk of needing a second surgery was small, and providers should weigh the risks and benefits of hormone therapy, researchers said.

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