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Every medication comes with the possibility that you may experience some side effects. In the case of Estradot 50 ug medicated patches the most commonly reported side effects are cramps, spotting, nausea, upset stomach, dry eyes, acne, dizziness, headache, easy bruising, nose bleeds, sudden shortness of breath, a change in sex drive, sudden mood shifts, and a change in vaginal discharge. Although experiencing side effects while using Estradot 50 ug patches is rare, these are the most common when they do occur. Very rare side effects include hair loss or hair growth, an allergic reaction, vaginal thrush, and breast lumps. Typical signs that you are experiencing an allergic reaction include vomiting, rash, hives, red skin, fever, and swelling. Seek medical attention if you think you are experiencing an allergic reaction as soon as possible.
Estradot 50 ug patches are meant to last for about 3 or 4 days, which means after you apply the patch you do not have to worry about your medication until it is time to change patches. Ask your doctor how to apply Estradot 50 ug patches, or follow the instructions found in the leaflet in your pack. When you apply a new patch make sure to use a new area of skin so as to avoid severe irritation. Mild irritation may occur in the form of redness or itchiness, but it should not last. If it persists or worsens, or if it is severe, contact your doctor. If you have any questions or concerns ask your doctor.
One of the things that happens when you enter into menopause is that your ovaries stop producing as much estrogen. If you have had a hysterectomy your ovaries were likely removed altogether. In both cases, the result is a sudden drop in estrogen levels. This drop wreaks havoc on your system, giving you the symptoms of menopause; including hot flashes, dizziness, pain during sexual intercourse, mood swings, dryness, itchiness, irregular heart beat, anxiety, trouble sleeping, and trouble with urination. A lack of estrogen is also responsible for osteoporosis in post-menopausal women because estrogen is responsible for maintaining and repairing bone strength and bone mass. Estradot 50 ug patches are used to provide your body with estrogen in order to forgo these symptoms, and to prevent osteoporosis, while your body gets used to the changes it has gone through.
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