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What Is Premarin Used For
Premarin is a conjugated estrogen, it is a mixture of estrogen hormones from a pregnant mare. It is used to reduce symptoms in postmenopausal women such as hot flashes and vaginal dryness due to less estrogen produced by the body. Premarin is a hormone replacement therapy that replaces the missing estrogen in the body during the menopause stage to relieve moderate to severe vasomotor symptoms and strengthen bones to prevent osteoporosis by replacing the diminishing estrogen in the bones; it can also help reduce pain in certain cancers. This medication is also prescribed in patients with hypogonadism, abnormal uterine bleeding, and primary ovarian failure. However, most clinical trials show that prolonged use of this medication can increase the risk of endometrial cancer (uterine cancer) in a woman with a uterus. Adding progestin while in estrogen medication can reduce this risk, ask your doctor for advice, diagnosis, or treatment available for this situation.
Before starting this medication, read the drug information on the leaflet and ensure you tell your doctor all other medications you are taking to avoid drug interactions. The dose of this medication is based on the patient information and response to the treatment. Premarin 0.625 mg, 0.3 mg, 0.45 mg, 0.9 mg, and 1,25 mg are in tablet forms which should be taken in a certain period prescribed by a doctor without regard to food, but if a stomach upset occurs, you may take it with food.
Listed here are the common prescription of this medication, if prescribed differently, follow how it is instructed to you:
- For hot flashes, vaginal dryness, and osteoporosis, Premarin 0.3 mg tablet is given once a day.
- For hypogonadism, 0.3 mg or 0.625 mg once a day is prescribed for three weeks followed by a one week off from taking this medicine, then resume the cycle again.
- For low estrogen due to ovarian failure or castration, 1.25 mg once a day is prescribed for three weeks followed by a one week off from taking this medicine, then resume the cycle again.
- For breast cancer, 10 mg is prescribed once a day for three months.
- For prostate cancer, 1.25 mg to 2.5 mg is prescribed three times a day.
Regular use of this medicine daily at the same time of the day will help attain the most benefits; if a dose is missed, take it as soon as remembered. If the next intake schedule is closed, skip the missed dose, for double dosing is discouraged.
Weight changes, headache, breast tenderness, bloating, vomiting, nausea, and stomach upset are the common side effects of this medication; call your doctor for medical advice about side effects that persist or worsen. Take note that the side effects listed here are not the complete lists.
Serious side effects are listed below; tell your doctor immediately if any of them is experienced:
- Mood changes
- Breast lumps
- Unusual vaginal bleeding
- Increased or new vaginal irritation
- Severe stomach pain
- Persistent nausea or vomiting
- Yellowing (skin or eyes)
- Dark urine
- Swelling (hands, ankles, feet)
- Increased thirst or urination
Get medical help if any of the lists below occur:
- Blood clots
- Pain in (chest, jaws, and left arm)
- Unusual sweating
- Severe headache
- Weakness on one side of the body
- Troubled breathing
- Coughing of blood
- Sudden vision changes
- Severe allergic reaction accompanied by a rash, swelling (lips, tongue, or throat), severe dizziness, and troubled breathing.
Estrace vs Premarin
Both medicines are HRT hormone replacement therapy used in relieving menopausal symptoms and other estrogen-related conditions. However, Premarin is approved to treat atrophic vaginitis and kraurosis vulvae and moderate to severe dyspareunia which is an off-label use for Estrace. Premarin is available only as a brand making it more expensive than Estrace which has an affordable generic version.
Premarin contains conjugated estrogen, a purified hormone found in a pregnant mare; it is available in tablets, injections, and vaginal creams. In contrast, Estrace contains estrogen which is unconjugated and available in cream and tablets. Both are effective and well-tolerated; your doctor will help you to know which of the two is good for your condition.
Frequently Asked Questions
-Can I smoke while on Premarin medication?
No, Estrogen medication combined with smoking will increase the risk of stroke, high blood pressure, blood clots, and heart attack, especially if you are 35 years old and above.
-Can Premarin cause melasma?
Yes, limit your exposure to the sun to avoid worsening the blotchy and dark areas on your face. You may use sunscreen and protective clothing while outside.
-Can children take Premarin?
This medication is not prescribed for children, for it may affect their growth and development.
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