Premarin

What is Premarin?

This is the conjugated estrogen hormone mainly used in hormone replacement therapy in female patients.

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Hello, I just turned 50, about 6 months ago my new doctor put me on premarin .625 to help with hot flashes. I had my uterus removed when I was 25...

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I think, you have anxiety disorder and in that case, you can try some antidepressant with low dose...

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is premarin a suitable sub for enjuiva

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Thanks for your health concerns. Premarin are conjugated equine estrogens, and despite the fact that we dont have comparative...

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My dr. Has recommended that I use estrogen pill vaginally to off set possible bladder dryness, etc. I have multiple sclerosis and am in menopause....

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I am a 72 year old, healthy, active female. I have pain in the urethra and burning rash on the skin outside the urethra. It comes and goes but is...

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My estrogen level is at 330 but my LH is normal my gynocologist prescribes my premarin 0.625mg am i in premenapause? since december i have pain...

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I have been treated by a urologist and gyno for the following kidney stone, vaginal atrophy, uti, and yeast infection. Nothing had helped with the...

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What can i do to stop severe hot flashes, I'm 90 yrs old, have taken Premarin since 1974 now my Doctor won't prescribe me any. Never had any...

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I had a bad bladder infection where only blood and clots...doctor put me on macro if..taking it 2 times daily. Now have severe itching and pressure...

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Hi! I m praying someone can help. Back in 2006, I was diagnosed with SVT/PVT s and Menieres Disease...after 3 months of being out on disability and...

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