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An_251767 posted:

I have been on prempro for 16 years. I feel GREAT and to my knowledge have on side effects. I'm a young 66 and do have a history of bone loss in my family, no cancer. Because my prempro is no longer cover by insurance, my Dr. suggested I switch to Estradiol and provera. I am so scared to 'rock the boat' and change when thing are working so well. The pharmacist said I am see some changes. I'm not sure I want to switch even though it would save quite a bit of money. Your thoughts please.

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