'; Mayo Clinic Q&A podcast: Study finds link between hypertensive disorders in pregnancy, menopausal hot flashes – Dr Fundile Nyati

Mayo Clinic Q&A podcast: Study finds link between hypertensive disorders in pregnancy, menopausal hot flashes

Mayo Clinic Q&A podcast: Study finds link between hypertensive disorders in pregnancy, menopausal hot flashes
a woman holding her hand to her forehead, suffering from hot flashes caused by menopause

A study recently conducted at Mayo Clinic found that women who had high blood pressure during pregnancy were more likely to experience bothersome menopausal symptoms like hot flashes and night sweats. Hypertensive disorders in pregnancy and hot flashes are both linked to heart disease risk.

On the Mayo Clinic Q&A podcast, Dr. Stephanie Faubion, the study’s lead author, will discuss the key takeaways from the study and explain where more research is needed. Dr. Faubion is the Penny and Bill George Director for Mayo Clinic’s Center for Women’s Health.

Mayo Clinic Q&A is available on podcast platforms including AppleGoogleSpotifyStitcherTuneIn and iHeart


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