More facts about Generic Estrace (Estradiol 1 mg):
Generic Estrace (Estradiol 1 mg) guide:
What is Estrace and when can it be used?
Estrace is a prescription drug which is a form of female hormone estrogen whose deficiency can cause different issues. This is quite common in menopause when women suffer from a number of symptoms that reduce the quality of their life. Estrace is therefore used primarily by menopausal women who are suffering from symptoms like, vaginal dryness, irritation and burning and hot flashes. Estrace may also be used to prevent osteoporosis in women who have undergone menopause and it can also be used in hormone replacement therapy in women whose ovaries are not functioning. In addition to this, Estrace may also be used in cancer treatments both in women and men. However, Estrace is still most commonly used for treating symptoms of menopause.
Before taking Estrace
There are cases in which you definitely must not take Estrace and these conditions include such as: history of blood clots (especially in lower body or lungs), cancers that are hormone-dependent, liver disease, unchecked abnormal vaginal bleeding, recent history of strokes or heart attacks, allergy to Estrace or estradiol. There are many more conditions that will not prevent you from using Estrace, but that have to be reported to your doctor before they prescribe Estrace to you. Your physician may then wish to run additional tests to find out whether you can take Estrace and how much of it you can take. Among these conditions, you will find such as: underactive thyroid, asthma, gallbladder disease, lupus, endometriosis, heart or kidney diseases, family history of blood clots, epilepsy, migraines, porphyria, migraines, low levels of calcium, or in case you have undergone hysterectomy.
Estrace and pregnancy
Estrace belongs to FDA pregnancy category X, which means that it should never be prescribed to or used by women who are pregnant or breastfeeding. The reason for this is that Estrace will cause birth defects and it can also pass into milk, causing harm to nursing child. In case you are undergoing an Estrace treatment and you become pregnant, inform your doctor about this straight away. Estrace will also slow production of milk in breastfeeding women if they use it.
Taking Estrace properly
Like all prescription drugs, Estrace needs to be taken according to the prescribed regimen. Do not make any changes to your regimen on your own, as you will only harm either your health or the regimen itself. Take Estrace regularly and try not to skip any doses. If you happen to forge taking a dose, take it as soon as you remember, but never compensate by taking two doses at once. The use of Estrace for longer periods of time increases the risks of developing ovarian, uterine and breast cancer. You should talk to your doctor about your personal risk factors and also come in for regular checkups, every 3 or 6 months if you are taking Estrace long-term. Your doctor will then decide if you should continue using Estrace. Estrace can affect the results of certain medical tests and it can also be of significance if you are going for surgery. This is why you need to inform the doctors or the surgeons about your Estrace regimen that you might need to discontinue for a certain period of time before the medical procedure in question.
Estrace side effects
Estrace can cause both mild side effects and the more serious side effects. Luckily, the more serious side effects are extremely rare and almost never happen if Estrace is taken properly. These more serious Estrace side effects might include jaundice, fainting feeling, swelling, tenderness and pain in the stomach, lump in the breasts, stabbing chest pain, muscle weakness, fast heart rate, swelling, warmth, pain in legs, severe headaches, confusion, issues with balance, vision or speech, sudden weakness or numbness, unusual vaginal bleeding (especially if you have undergone menopause), rapid breathing, wheezing, restlessness, tiredness. Milder side effects of Estrace include breakthrough bleeding, vaginal discharge/itching, loss of hair on the scalp, change in menstrual periods, freckles, tenderness, swelling and pain in the breasts, darkening of the facial hair, stomach cramps, bloating, mild nausea, vomiting.
Drugs that will interact with Estrace
There are many medications (prescription ones and over the counter ones) that are known to interact with Estrace. The best way to avoid this from happening is by checking all new medications with your doctor before you start taking them. Some most common interactions with Estrace include phenytoin, antifungals, antibiotics, ritonavir, carbamazepine, cimetidine, warfarin and Phenobarbital.
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