More facts about Generic Evista (Raloxifene 60 mg):
Medication guide Generic Evista (Raloxifene 60 mg):
What is Evista?
Evista contains the active ingredient Raloxifene, a type of selective estrogen receptor modulator. Evista is primarily used for preventing osteoporosis in women going through menopause. It may also be used for breast cancer prevention in post-menopausal women who already have osteoporosis.
How does Evista work?
When women go through menopause, their levels of the hormone estrogen drop. Estrogen is linked to calcium and, without adequate estrogen, the bones can begin to lose their calcium. When women take Evista, the medicine imitates the actions of estrogen in certain parts of the body, tricking the body into retaining calcium. This prevents bone density loss which could lead to osteoporosis. In other parts of the body, Evista actually acts against estrogen. The benefit of this is that Evista can prevent osteoporosis without causing the side effects that some other estrogens cause, like increased chance of breast cancer.
How to take Evista
The typical dosage of Evista is 60 mg which is taken as an oral tablet once per day. Evista can be taken at any time of the day but should be taken at the same time every day. Evista can be taken with or without food. Always swallow Evista pills whole without breaking or chewing them. Your dosage may differ than what is listed here. Always talk to your doctor before you order Evista online.
Are there any side effects to Evista?
The most common side effects associated with Evista are hot flashes, perspiration, and cramping in the legs. Keep in mind that not all women experience these side effects. In uncommon cases, Evista may lead to serious side effects including blood clots or strokes. Women taking Evista should familiarize themselves with the symptoms of heart attack or stroke and seek immediate medical help should they experience them.
Who should not take Evista?
Evista should only be taken by menopausal or post-menopausal women. Before you buy Evista, make sure to inform your doctor or pharmacist of your complete medical history as it may not be safe for you to use this medicine. Some conditions which could be contraindicated for Evista include renal or hepatic impairment, hypertension, smoking, cardiovascular problems, blood clotting problems, tumors, high levels of blood fats. Evista should not be taken by pregnant or breastfeeding women.
What should I know before taking Evista?
Evista could increase your likelihood of having a blood clot. Anytime you are immobile for long periods of time also increases your chances of blood clots. Before you purchase Evista, let your doctor know if you have any surgery scheduled or will be bed ridden for any reason. If so, you may be required to cease treatment for a minimum of 3 days before the bed rest begins.
While taking Evista, it is important that you get regular checkups with your health care provider to make sure that the treatment is providing the optimal effects and no serious side effects. You may be required to have pelvic exams, breast exams and bone density tests.
Evista is not a substitute for healthy lifestyle choices for osteoporosis prevention. Make sure to follow all instructions about eating a balanced, calcium-rich diet and performing exercises for maintaining bone density.
Does Evista interact with any other medicines?
Before you buy Evista, always make sure that your doctor or pharmacist knows of all other drugs, medications and supplements you are taking, particularly other women’s health drugs. An interaction could occur which may be very dangerous. Do not take Evista with other hormone women’s health drugs unless your doctor specifically tells you to.
What happens if I miss a dosage of Evista?
In the event that you forget to take your dosage of Evista, try to take it as soon as possible. However, if it is already close to the time of your next scheduled dosage, then omit the missed dosage. Never take a doubled dosage of Evista to compensate for the one you missed. This could cause an overdose.
Where can I buy Evista?
You can buy Evista at any reputable pharmacy which sells women’s health drugs. In order to find generic Evista under the name of Raloxifene, you may need to order Evista online from a cheap generic shop as many land-based pharmacies do not carry generics.
Do I need a prescription to purchase Evista?
Depending on where you live and purchase Evista, you may need a prescription. Many online pharmacies offer Evista without a prescription but you may be required to fill out a form with your medical history before you can order Evista online. Even if you do not need a prescription to buy Evista, it is still recommended that you consult with your doctor before using this women’s health drug.
Our doctor prescribes Raloxifene online for free, and there is no doctor’s consultation fee.
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