Hot flashes treatment

Over 75 percent of women will experience hot flashes at some point in their lives, making it the most common menopause-related symptom. While the frequency and severity are different for each woman, hot flashes leave many women searching high and low for relief.


Treatment overview

Free 2-day shipping

Rx + OTC treatments

Free + unlimited follow ups with a healthcare professional

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What are hot flashes?

Hot flashes are short episodes of intense heat sensation of the head, neck, and chest. When it occurs with a red face, neck, and/or chest it is called a hot flush. Some women experience sweating and/or palpitations (a sense of the heart beating irregularly) during these episodes. They can occur at any time without warning and usually last 3–5 minutes. However, they can vary from 30 seconds to 30 minutes. Some women have hot flashes/flushes up to 20X/day or more. Hot flashes/flushes can disturb sleep and can be awkward when they occur inexplicably in social situations.

Treatments

Paroxetine & venlafaxine / Vitamin E & black cohosh

Treatments for hot flashes

Complete an online visit and a doctor or nurse practitioner will evaluate whether prescription hot flash treatment is right for you.

Paroxetine, venlafaxine

Prescription


Both are recommended by the North American Menopause Society as a non-hormonal treatment for hot flashes. Learn more.

Available monthly (starting at $35/mo.) and quarterly (starting at $90/3 mo.)

Important safety information

Vitamin E & black cohosh

Over the counter


A natural remedy for natural changes. Learn more.

Available monthly ($25/mo) and quarterly ($60/3 mo.)

How Rory works

Rory handles everything from online evaluation to delivery of treatment and free ongoing care.

1. The online visit

The visit generally takes 10-15 minutes to complete. You’ll answer questions about your medical history, symptoms, and lifestyle.

2. Free (and discreet) shipping

Treatments will always arrive in an unmarked package, with free 2-day shipping.

3. Ongoing care

You’ll get free and unlimited follow-ups with a healthcare professional.

FAQ

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