Question for HRT/Climara patch users---?
BTW, $10 is with insurance-
Asked by Milagros Aarestad 4 months ago.
I use a patch too, not Climara. I use mine twice weekly. I have no side effects what you describe at all. I might suggest its a psychological reaction more than a physical one? Have you read all the side effects of Climara, quite scary LOL I am using my patch for 10 years now am very happy with it in spite if the fear of breast cancer. Answered by Chandra Dinizio 4 months ago.
Is Estradiol Valerate stronger than Climara? (10 Points)?
Is Estradiol Valerate stronger than Climara? Will the results differ from each other? Will getting a shot work faster and more effectively? Or is Climara just as strong? I want to be sure I'm getting the best treatment at the best cost as possible. Please help.
Asked by Lucien Murak 4 months ago.
Use the patches that Climara offers, they work very quickly and effectively (at the cheapest price!) Answered by Keely Harmeson 4 months ago.
Places For Climara Pro Patch?
My doctor put me on the Climara Pro Patch hormone therapy and it seems to be working well. However, I wondered if there are other places I could put it aside from the lower abdomen. It says not to put it on your breasts. Plus, I have to change places every time and it hurts like a rough band-aid when it comes...
Asked by Abdul Stepanik 4 months ago.
My doctor put me on the Climara Pro Patch hormone therapy and it seems to be working well. However, I wondered if there are other places I could put it aside from the lower abdomen. It says not to put it on your breasts. Plus, I have to change places every time and it hurts like a rough band-aid when it comes off. Does anyone else use Climara Pro? What is your experience with it and where do you put it?? Answered by Tawna Masaki 4 months ago.
couldn't you put in on your lower back/flank? or your bum? also, I thought you could put it on your inner arm. It is best to have it in a tender spot where the skin is thinner for better absorption. Answered by Laronda Stansel 4 months ago.
What is the medicine climara side effects?
How long can it be use for.what are the side effects.
Asked by Isaiah Petela 4 months ago.
It can be used for: vasomotor menopausal symptoms, female hypogonadism, female castration, primary ovarian failure, postmenopausal urogenital symptoms, atrophic vaginitis, palliative treatment of advanced inoperable prostate cancer, prevention of post menopausal osteoperosis. Side effects: increased risk of CVA, headache, dizziness, depression, seizures, thrombophlebitis, hypertension, edema, pulmonary embolism, nausea, vomiting, abdominal cramps, bloating, increased appitite, pancreatitis, gallbladder disease, breakthrough bleeding, altered menstral flow, weight changes, hair loss, breast tenderness or inlargement. Depending on the treatment it is being used for will determine the amount of time it can be used. Answered by Patrica Agent 4 months ago.
Does climara cause two seperate DNA in a person.?
Asked by Solomon Hiskey 4 months ago.
One person only has one set of DNA. While that DNA is in two strands, both in a helix shape around each other (thus the "double helix." Science isn't very creative with names.), it's only one DNA strand. Mutations can naturally occur in a strand, yes, but they're extremely rare, and the body generally deals with them itself. Plus, a Menopause drug can't just change DNA. So no. Answered by Glendora Galvano 4 months ago.
How safe is low dose estrogen (climara transdermal)?
Asked by Scarlett Fleischman 4 months ago.
estradiol transdermal MAY increase the risk of endometrial cancer and could cause heart attack or embolism, but the most common side effects are: headache, intolerance to contact lenses, edema, high blood pressure, nausea, weight loss or gain, interruption of menstrual cycle, oily skin, and breast tenderness. Answered by Mervin Schnack 4 months ago.
Climara pro patch? I love it but it just won't stay on.?
Who do you call to get reimbursement for the climara pro patch. I love it and it worked great for me but it just won't stay on the whole week and its to expensive to just keep putting new ones on. And also what's a good alternative pill form that I could switch to.
Asked by Cedric Schram 4 months ago.
Use a Tegaderm dressing over the top of the patch to make sure it stays on. Answered by Masako Tetter 4 months ago.