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Painful hands, wrists, knees and ankles, Stressed, pins and needles sensation. On HRT. Help?

Hi, I have recently started a course of hrt as i am due for egg donation in two months. Since taking it i have experienced pain in my hands wrists knees and ankles (i think its the joints) and then this morrning my hands felt a bit pins and needly. Not sure if its an affect from hrt or just a coincidence. I have also had a lot of stressful info over last few days
Asked On : Tue, 23 Apr 2013
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SOME leg cramps are reported after HRT for which stretching exercises of legs, ankle, wrist arm may be done, but certainly no arthritis development in joints is reported. One may be having osteoporosis due to estrogen deficiency of long duration, but HRT rather helps treat osteoporosis than increase it.

Side effects of HRT commonly arelistes as under

Hormones used in HRT can have associated side effects including:
fluid retention
breast tenderness or swelling
Answered: Tue, 23 Apr 2013
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