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Ovarian Hormone Suppression and Cognitive Function

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Effects of Ovarian Hormone Suppression on Vascular and Cognitive Function

Complaints about memory and thinking are common in women as they go through menopause. The female hormone estrogen is important for both the health of both the brain and the blood vessels. In Alzheimer's disease there is damage to the blood vessels in the brain. This study will look at how the loss of the female hormone estrogen affects brain function and the health of blood vessels.

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GnRHant + E2

GnRH antagonist with estradiol add-back

GnRHant + Placebo

GnRH antagonist with placebo add-back

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Effects of Ovarian Hormone Suppression on Vascular and Cognitive Function

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NCT03112226

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