Vasomotor symptom may affect the quality of life for symptomatic menopausal women. Although hormone therapy is the mainstay of treatment, it is not the best option for menopausal women with vasomotor symptoms who have contraindications or prefer to avoid hormonal therapies. Multiple clinical trials have demonstrated significant reductions in both the severity and frequency of hot flashes with the use of SSRIs. Currently, the only FDA-approved nonhormonal medication for the management of vasomotor symptoms is paroxetine.
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