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I took two Depo-Provera shots and now she just start me on Premarin (conjugated estrogens) pills how long does it take to work?

Hmmm. That's a lot of hormones. I'm guessing you have very heavy vaginal bleeding. Hopefully it will start working in a week or two. If not, i would consider getting a mirena (levonorgestrel). It is an iud with Progesterone that helps make bleeding lighter. If that doesn't work you may need surgery (ablation or hysterectomy). Consider the iud! good luck. Read more...

I'm a teenager and im on Premarin (conjugated estrogens) and provera to bring back my period. I have gained alot of weight (10-15 lbs) but I have not changed my lifestyle?

Hormones = wt. gain. Hi Bobby, I believe that you have not changed anything yet have gained wt. Hormones do cause us to gain wt in the form of water retention, the way we handle sugars in our diet, and the way we deposit fat. This means that we have to overcome all of this with a change in our lifestyle. Consume more water, less simple sugars and fats in your diet and of course increase exercise. Read more...

What is the half life of. 685 mg of premarin (conjugated estrogens)?

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...

Are there any cheaper meds that are similar to premarin (conjugated estrogens)?

Yes and no. There are a variety of estrogen preparations available. The best estrogen replacement is topical with a patch. Ask you gyn to review your options. Read more...

If you took 2 weeks of Premarin (conjugated estrogens) at once, would you die of an overdose?

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...

Can a person take Premarin (conjugated estrogens) and cytomel?

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...