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Menopause. 27(4):485-493, April 2020
Gabapentin is a plausible option for treating hot flush in menopause, especially when hormone therapy is contraindicated. This meta-analysis including 7 papers shows gabapentin reduces frequency, duration and intensity of vasomotor symptoms. Side effects such as dizziness and somnolence are tolerable.