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Conjugated estrogens: Premarine is conjugated estrogens. I found the following list on a medical site: estrin, longaplex, livomarin, estrogenon, menosedan, repogen, belestar, biostrogen, estroplus, prem, ces, conpremin, climatrol e, oestrofeminal, estrarona, menostat, climopax mono, espauz, equin, cenestin, dagynil, enjuvia. ...Read more
Premarin (conjugated estrogens) dose:
After your medical history taking, your physical exam, and most likely ordering lab studies, your doctor will decide the best dose with which to start you.
If you have a gynecologist that you see, that would likely be better for you than your primary care doctor. ...Read more
Half life of med: Premarin (conjugated estrogens) is once daily med should last in system at least 24 hrs until next dose taken. Could also be a little more or less depending how body metabolizes. ...Read more
Prmarin: It is possible but if you think you need a bigger dose you need to see your doctor. ...Read more
Doubtful: But if depends on the dose as there are 6 different doses. You may get other side effects from taking too much at once. It would be hard to imagine anyone taking 14 pills at once as it is one pill per day whichever dose you are taking, but if you did take 2 weeks at once you should see your doctor or call your doctor asap. ...Read more
Age 25 and no ovaries (castrated). I do not tolerate Premarin nor patches so what can I take to get estrogen? I couldn't take bcps before either.
See GYN: Why loss of ovaries? How was estrogen delivered? What form? Which estrogen? Dose? Exactly what "intolerance" occurred? A good GYN will help you find a way to tolerate estrogen, probably with a vaginal cream or a small patch of human estrogen. You may begin with a low dose and cut the patch into 2 or 4 pieces. ...Read more
I took the depo shot once march 26/2017... I started bleeding in april and still is now. I was prescribed premarin tablets 1.25 mg twice a day. The bleeding started right back as soon as I took the last pill?
Depo bleed: Irregular bleeding is an almost universal side effect of depo. There is no normal time for your period on this birth control method. Irregular bleeding can be annoying but it does not mean that the method is not working. This side effect is very typical of Progesterone only birth control methods. Most people have absent periods but some will have more frequent. ...Read more
Probably nothing: Depends on why this is being done. ...Read more
Generally safe if: Used as directed by your doctor.Get a more detailed answer ›
Endometrial growth: The premarin (conjugated estrogens) IV causes a prompt stimulation of the endometrial lining. As the lining begins to grow, the bleeding stops. This is an effective but short term solultion to abnormal uterine bleeding. ...Read more
Weight gain etc: Most of my patients on Premarin (conjugated estrogens) do quite well as the benefits of taking it far out weigh the risks. Weight gain, bloating, breast, uterus cancer, blood clot, ht attack, stoke. These are all very uncommon in a healthy person taking this medication. If you have a uterus you will need to take Progesterone also but if you don't then u can just take estrogen which is safer. ...Read more
Conjugated estrogens: The Conjugated Estrogens are off patent are generally available by generic form and thus tend to be less exprensive that bio-identical forms that are not regulate. ...Read more
Sorry that your: Question has not been addressed yet. I'm not expert in the area you want addressed but encourage you to speak with a doctor who is. That will give you the best answer. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Likely: You can use topical vaginal Premarin (conjugated estrogens) or estrogen cream to help with menopausal atrophic vaginitis. It often helps with re-balancing the vaginal ph, re-colonizing with the proper bacteria, and decreasing infections. But not all vulvitis is caused by atrophy and bacterial imbalance. Some dermatologic conditions may require other treatments. See your gyn to be sure. ...Read more
PREMARINE AS FERTILI: It has been used but is not recommended as a fertilitu drug. ...Read more
I am 50. I just started Premarin (conjugated estrogens) 0.625mg and apo-medroxy 5mg. I have gained a lot of weight. Is it normal?
Yes: Hi. Yes, certainly. Just be aware that Premarin (conjugated estrogens) will increase levels of thyroxine binding globulin (TBG), which binds T4 (l-thyroxine) and T3 (Cytomel). I don't know your clinical circumstances, but just be aware that increased TBG may make less of the Cytomel dose available to your body. Also, be aware of the risks vs. Benefits of postmenopausal estrogen replacement. Good luck! ...Read more
Interesting question: I am not sure what you mean by Premarin (conjugated estrogens) overdose. There are certainly some side effects that may occur with premarin, (conjugated estrogens) thrombosis for example. In those cases you stop the Premarin (conjugated estrogens) and consider treating the thrombosis. So, my answer is along those lines: stop the Premarin (conjugated estrogens) and treat the problem if needed. ...Read more
Premarin (conjugated estrogens): Usually the Pharmacy will give you 30 tablets with three refills. Occasionally you will be lucky enough to get 90 in one bottle. ...Read more
Premarin (conjugated estrogens): Premarin (conjugated estrogens) is a type of estrogen (conjugated equine estrogen) that treats menopausal symptoms. ...Read more