Is it possible to take Sérélys® after having had breast cancer?
As part of anti-cancer treatments, discomforts linked to the menopause (including hot flushes) are common.
Sérélys is hormone and phytoestrogen (plant hormone) free.
Several studies have shown:
- that its action mechanism is non-hormonal
- that is does not activate estrogen receptors (ER alpha and beta)
- that it does not increase cancerous cell (breast) proliferation
Therefore, Sérélys® has no damaging effect on hormone-dependent cancer.
However, we recommend that you seek advice from your gynecologist or oncologist.