Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 019081/002.

Names and composition

"ESTRADERM" is the commercial name of a drug composed of ESTRADIOL.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
019081/002 ESTRADERM ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.05MG per 24HR
019081/003 ESTRADERM ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.1MG per 24HR

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
019081/002 ESTRADERM ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.05MG per 24HR
019081/003 ESTRADERM ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.1MG per 24HR
020323/001 VIVELLE ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.0375MG per 24HR
020323/002 VIVELLE ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.05MG per 24HR
020323/003 VIVELLE ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.075MG per 24HR
020323/004 VIVELLE ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.1MG per 24HR
020323/005 VIVELLE ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.025MG per 24HR
020375/001 CLIMARA ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.05MG per 24HR
020375/002 CLIMARA ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.1MG per 24HR
020375/003 CLIMARA ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.075MG per 24HR
020375/004 CLIMARA ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.025MG per 24HR
020375/005 CLIMARA ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.0375MG per 24HR
020375/006 CLIMARA ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.06MG per 24HR
020417/001 FEMPATCH ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.025MG per 24HR
020472/001 ESTRING ESTRADIOL INSERT, EXTENDED RELEASE/VAGINAL 0.0075MG per 24HR
020538/001 ESTRADIOL ESTRADIOL Film, Extended Release/ Transdermal 0.0375MG per 24HR
020538/002 ESTRADIOL ESTRADIOL Film, Extended Release/ Transdermal 0.075MG per 24HR
020538/003 ESTRADIOL ESTRADIOL Film, Extended Release/ Transdermal 0.05MG per 24HR
020538/004 ESTRADIOL ESTRADIOL Film, Extended Release/ Transdermal 0.1MG per 24HR
020538/005 VIVELLE-DOT ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.0375MG per 24HR
020538/006 VIVELLE-DOT ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.05MG per 24HR
020538/007 VIVELLE-DOT ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.075MG per 24HR
020538/008 VIVELLE-DOT ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.1MG per 24HR
020538/009 VIVELLE-DOT ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.025MG per 24HR
020655/001 ALORA ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.05MG per 24HR
020655/002 ALORA ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.075MG per 24HR
020655/003 ALORA ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.1MG per 24HR
020655/004 ALORA ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.025MG per 24HR
020847/001 ESCLIM ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.025MG per 24HR
020847/002 ESCLIM ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.0375MG per 24HR
020847/003 ESCLIM ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.05MG per 24HR
020847/004 ESCLIM ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.075MG per 24HR
020847/005 ESCLIM ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.1MG per 24HR
020908/001 VAGIFEM ESTRADIOL TABLET/VAGINAL 25MCG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
020908/002 VAGIFEM ESTRADIOL TABLET/VAGINAL 10MCG
021048/001 ESTRADIOL ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.05MG per 24HR
021048/002 ESTRADIOL ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.075MG per 24HR
021048/003 ESTRADIOL ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.1MG per 24HR
021166/001 ESTROGEL ESTRADIOL GEL/TOPICAL 0.06%
021166/002 ESTROGEL ESTRADIOL GEL, METERED/TRANSDERMAL 0.06% (1.25GM per ACTIVATION)
021167/001 VIVELLE ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/ TRANSDERMAL 0.0375MG per 24HR
021167/002 VIVELLE ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/ TRANSDERMAL 0.05MG per 24HR
021167/003 VIVELLE ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/ TRANSDERMAL 0.075MG per 24HR
021167/004 VIVELLE ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/ TRANSDERMAL 0.1MG per 24HR
021167/005 VIVELLE ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/ TRANSDERMAL 0.025MG per 24HR
021310/001 ALORA ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/ TRANSDERMAL N per A
021674/001 MENOSTAR ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.014MG per 24HR
021813/001 ELESTRIN ESTRADIOL GEL, METERED/TRANSDERMAL 0.06% (0.87GM per ACTIVATION)
022014/001 EVAMIST ESTRADIOL SPRAY/TRANSDERMAL 1.53MG per SPRAY
022038/001 DIVIGEL ESTRADIOL GEL/TRANSDERMAL 0.1% (0.25GM per PACKET)
022038/002 DIVIGEL ESTRADIOL GEL/TRANSDERMAL 0.1% (0.5GM per PACKET)
022038/003 DIVIGEL ESTRADIOL GEL/TRANSDERMAL 0.1% (1GM per PACKET)
040114/001 ESTRADIOL ESTRADIOL TABLET/ORAL 1MG
040114/002 ESTRADIOL ESTRADIOL TABLET/ORAL 2MG
040114/003 ESTRADIOL ESTRADIOL TABLET/ORAL 0.5MG
040138/001 ESTRADIOL ESTRADIOL TABLET/ORAL 0.5MG
040138/002 ESTRADIOL ESTRADIOL TABLET/ORAL 1MG
040138/003 ESTRADIOL ESTRADIOL TABLET/ORAL 2MG
040197/001 ESTRADIOL ESTRADIOL TABLET/ORAL 0.5MG
040197/002 ESTRADIOL ESTRADIOL TABLET/ORAL 1MG
040197/003 ESTRADIOL ESTRADIOL TABLET/ORAL 2MG
040212/001 GYNODIOL ESTRADIOL TABLET/ORAL 0.5MG
040212/002 GYNODIOL ESTRADIOL TABLET/ORAL 1MG
040212/003 GYNODIOL ESTRADIOL TABLET/ORAL 1.5MG
040212/004 GYNODIOL ESTRADIOL TABLET/ORAL 2MG
040275/001 ESTRADIOL ESTRADIOL TABLET/ORAL 0.5MG
040275/002 ESTRADIOL ESTRADIOL TABLET/ORAL 1MG
040275/003 ESTRADIOL ESTRADIOL TABLET/ORAL 2MG
040297/001 ESTRADIOL ESTRADIOL TABLET/ORAL 0.5MG
040297/002 ESTRADIOL ESTRADIOL TABLET/ORAL 1MG
040297/003 ESTRADIOL ESTRADIOL TABLET/ORAL 2MG
040312/001 INNOFEM ESTRADIOL TABLET/ORAL 0.5MG
040312/002 INNOFEM ESTRADIOL TABLET/ORAL 1MG
040312/003 INNOFEM ESTRADIOL TABLET/ORAL 2MG
040326/001 ESTRADIOL ESTRADIOL TABLET/ORAL 0.5MG
040326/002 ESTRADIOL ESTRADIOL TABLET/ORAL 1MG
040326/003 ESTRADIOL ESTRADIOL TABLET/ORAL 2MG
075182/001 ESTRADIOL ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.1MG per 24HR
075182/002 ESTRADIOL ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.075MG per 24HR
075182/003 ESTRADIOL ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.025MG per 24HR
075182/004 ESTRADIOL ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.0375MG per 24HR
075182/005 ESTRADIOL ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.06MG per 24HR
075182/006 ESTRADIOL ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.05MG per 24HR
075233/001 ESTRADIOL ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/ TRANSDERMAL 0.05MG per 24HR
081295/001 ESTRACE ESTRADIOL TABLET/ORAL 0.5MG
084499/001 ESTRACE ESTRADIOL TABLET/ORAL 1MG
084500/001 ESTRACE ESTRADIOL TABLET/ORAL 2MG
086069/001 ESTRACE ESTRADIOL CREAM/VAGINAL 0.01%
201675/001 ESTRADIOL ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.025MG per 24HR
201675/002 ESTRADIOL ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.0375MG per 24HR
201675/003 ESTRADIOL ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.05MG per 24HR
201675/004 ESTRADIOL ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.075MG per 24HR
201675/005 ESTRADIOL ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.1MG per 24HR
203752/001 MINIVELLE ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.0375MG per 24HR
203752/002 MINIVELLE ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.075MG per 24HR
203752/003 MINIVELLE ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.05MG per 24HR
203752/004 MINIVELLE ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.1MG per 24HR
203752/005 MINIVELLE ESTRADIOL FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.025MG per 24HR
205256/001 ESTRADIOL ESTRADIOL TABLET/VAGINAL 10MCG
206388/001 ESTRADIOL ESTRADIOL TABLET/VAGINAL 10MCG

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Answered questions

Which of the following products is used for menopause?
buspar , estraderm , proventil , imitrex Asked by Amira Gnoza 1 year ago.

This really sounds like a homework assignment! (estraderm...) "Estra" = estrogen. "Derm" = skin. Estrogen applied to the skin. Answered by Ayana Machado 1 year ago.

Buspar is a drug for anxiety Estraderm is for hormone replacement Proventil is a bronchodilator Imitrex is for migrain headaches Answered by Madelaine Agueda 1 year ago.

Estraderm is used for treatment of the symptoms of menopause. Answered by Analisa Barca 1 year ago.

Don't us any of them, look to natural alternatives to help you get through your symptoms. Read Dr. Lee's book, Menopause, What Your Doctor Won't Tell You Answered by Mora Eliezrie 1 year ago.


Is estraderm birth control?
My doctor prescribed me the estraderm patch, and I was reading the information paper, and it said it's for menapause not birthcontrol. WTF. Im only 17, way to early to go through menapause. Asked by Beaulah Nessler 1 year ago.

Please see links below. Have a good day Answered by Benton Abelman 1 year ago.

Were you tested for hormone imbalance or having extremely heavy periods? The doctor should have told you why he prescribed it. But no it's not birth control. See the links answer # 2 posted I looked at the first one and it has a lot of good info. Answered by France Colo 1 year ago.

Just call your doctor and ask why they prescribed it to you they will give you an answer Answered by Jana Danneman 1 year ago.


Will Estraderm and Spironolactone show up in a urinalysis?
Asked by Vallie Perzanowski 1 year ago.

Not if a routine urinalysis test is done - or even a drug screen. I do urine testing almost every day and I've never seen these. Now, if a doctor orders a special send out test to look for these things and the samples get sent to a special reference lab then maybe. Answered by Katina Whisenand 1 year ago.

Are you worried about that showing up for a work drug test or one for a parole officer? Seriously I do not think they will care. Talk to your work union privately if you are worried work is going to discriminate against you for hypertension if that is what you are taking it for. I seriously do not think they are testing for that. Unless you work for a strange place. I do not know if spironolactone gives a false positive for anything, but I doubt estraderm would and I doubt they would be looking for any estrogen compouds. Answered by Rochel Bagaoisan 1 year ago.

It will depend on the type of urinalysis. On a routine urinalysis, they will not, but if there is a drug screen, they will. Answered by Kiara Obannion 1 year ago.


What are pros and cons to hormone therapy?
I am currently using the Estraderm patch. Asked by Rosalee Lauzier 1 year ago.

The pros are they relieve many symptoms of menopause: night sweats, hot and cold flashes, mood swings. The cons are: they have been proven to cause breast and other cancers. I'm perimenopausal. Still regular, like clockwork in fact, but with all menopausal symptoms I spoke about above. Oh, what fun! Every month I consider hormones! Then when PMS is over, I realize that a few damp sheets and pj's tossed across the room is not worth risking cancer over. I'll ride it out until it is over. Who knows how many more years that will be, but like I said, I'll ride it out. Sometimes, in retrospect, the mood swings are funny. Sometimes it is just like standing outside yourself and watching someone else say and do things you'd never have said (out loud anyway.) Once I had a heat flash in the middle of a rant on a public telephone about a parking machine that was malfunctioning and I had an idiot on the line and a plane to catch. I noticed people inching away from me. I paused, and noted the torrential wave of sweat that was coursing down my forehead. I realized how crazy I must have been looking and sounding. I hung up the phone, wispered, "personal summer," to the woman standing closest to me and she laughed like heck when she realized what I was talking about. So did I. Try to have a sense of humor. Try some homeopathic remedies, like Black Cohash (works for me when I can remember to take it! LOL!) Talk to your doctor before deciding anything. S/he can help you decide what is best. Answered by Saturnina Hellams 1 year ago.

I went into surgical menopause after a total abdominal hysterectomy. I spoke with both my doctor and a Certified Menopause Educator. They told me that estrogen replacement therapy doesn't cause breast cancer. They said that if you have the genes to get breast cancer, then taking hormone replacement may only make it happen sooner. My menopause symptoms were so severe, that I had to go on HRT. I selected a bio-identical estrogen patch. It works wonders!! Talk to your doctor. :):) And good luck! Answered by Nicki Ihnen 1 year ago.


Why would someone take these pills all at once?
Naproxen, Premarin, Estroderm(patch). *She had a hysterectomy a couple of years ago. __________________________________ Thank you for all your answers! You really helped! Asked by Earleen Siptak 1 year ago.

Naproxen (anti-inflammatory) for pain or swelling... premarin estrogen pills) for contraception, for estrogen replacement therapy or just for regulating periods... and estraderm as an additional (and more nearly human) skin or vaginal estrogen supplementation. I'd guess you're talking about a menopausal woman or a woman who's had a total hysterectomy or double oophorectomy... but that's just a guess. Answered by Shawn Slocumb 1 year ago.

convenience? There is no reason not to take the naproxyn with anything, it is an anti-inflammatory medication and doesn't interact with most other medications..premarin and estraderm are the same medication though, hormone replacement basically, don't know why anyone would take both at the same time. Answered by Will Dyal 1 year ago.

for the control of menopausal effects, heavy bleeding, pain and a personal thing required by a lady of a certain age due a lack of eostrogens, poor woman whoever she is. (Give your mum a hug!) Answered by Tori Gish 1 year ago.


Which of the following products is used for menopause?
buspar , estraderm , proventil , imitrex Asked by Graciela Dauge 1 year ago.

This really sounds like a homework assignment! (estraderm...) "Estra" = estrogen. "Derm" = skin. Estrogen applied to the skin. Answered by Guillermina Rushe 1 year ago.

Buspar is a drug for anxiety Estraderm is for hormone replacement Proventil is a bronchodilator Imitrex is for migrain headaches Answered by Asley Tolchin 1 year ago.

Estraderm is used for treatment of the symptoms of menopause. Answered by Sharda Nodal 1 year ago.

Don't us any of them, look to natural alternatives to help you get through your symptoms. Read Dr. Lee's book, Menopause, What Your Doctor Won't Tell You Answered by Launa Liriano 1 year ago.


Is estraderm birth control?
My doctor prescribed me the estraderm patch, and I was reading the information paper, and it said it's for menapause not birthcontrol. WTF. Im only 17, way to early to go through menapause. Asked by Alvin Cring 1 year ago.

Please see links below. Have a good day Answered by Estell Turbiner 1 year ago.

Were you tested for hormone imbalance or having extremely heavy periods? The doctor should have told you why he prescribed it. But no it's not birth control. See the links answer # 2 posted I looked at the first one and it has a lot of good info. Answered by Annalee Massena 1 year ago.

Just call your doctor and ask why they prescribed it to you they will give you an answer Answered by Jack Thilking 1 year ago.


Will Estraderm and Spironolactone show up in a urinalysis?
Asked by Anderson Oler 1 year ago.

Not if a routine urinalysis test is done - or even a drug screen. I do urine testing almost every day and I've never seen these. Now, if a doctor orders a special send out test to look for these things and the samples get sent to a special reference lab then maybe. Answered by Hayden Heater 1 year ago.

Are you worried about that showing up for a work drug test or one for a parole officer? Seriously I do not think they will care. Talk to your work union privately if you are worried work is going to discriminate against you for hypertension if that is what you are taking it for. I seriously do not think they are testing for that. Unless you work for a strange place. I do not know if spironolactone gives a false positive for anything, but I doubt estraderm would and I doubt they would be looking for any estrogen compouds. Answered by Maria Riden 1 year ago.

It will depend on the type of urinalysis. On a routine urinalysis, they will not, but if there is a drug screen, they will. Answered by Irving Shawgo 1 year ago.


What are pros and cons to hormone therapy?
I am currently using the Estraderm patch. Asked by Maisie Stoner 1 year ago.

The pros are they relieve many symptoms of menopause: night sweats, hot and cold flashes, mood swings. The cons are: they have been proven to cause breast and other cancers. I'm perimenopausal. Still regular, like clockwork in fact, but with all menopausal symptoms I spoke about above. Oh, what fun! Every month I consider hormones! Then when PMS is over, I realize that a few damp sheets and pj's tossed across the room is not worth risking cancer over. I'll ride it out until it is over. Who knows how many more years that will be, but like I said, I'll ride it out. Sometimes, in retrospect, the mood swings are funny. Sometimes it is just like standing outside yourself and watching someone else say and do things you'd never have said (out loud anyway.) Once I had a heat flash in the middle of a rant on a public telephone about a parking machine that was malfunctioning and I had an idiot on the line and a plane to catch. I noticed people inching away from me. I paused, and noted the torrential wave of sweat that was coursing down my forehead. I realized how crazy I must have been looking and sounding. I hung up the phone, wispered, "personal summer," to the woman standing closest to me and she laughed like heck when she realized what I was talking about. So did I. Try to have a sense of humor. Try some homeopathic remedies, like Black Cohash (works for me when I can remember to take it! LOL!) Talk to your doctor before deciding anything. S/he can help you decide what is best. Answered by Rosalba Daoust 1 year ago.

I went into surgical menopause after a total abdominal hysterectomy. I spoke with both my doctor and a Certified Menopause Educator. They told me that estrogen replacement therapy doesn't cause breast cancer. They said that if you have the genes to get breast cancer, then taking hormone replacement may only make it happen sooner. My menopause symptoms were so severe, that I had to go on HRT. I selected a bio-identical estrogen patch. It works wonders!! Talk to your doctor. :):) And good luck! Answered by Trudy Marcelino 1 year ago.


Why would someone take these pills all at once?
Naproxen, Premarin, Estroderm(patch). *She had a hysterectomy a couple of years ago. __________________________________ Thank you for all your answers! You really helped! Asked by Jasmine Quay 1 year ago.

Naproxen (anti-inflammatory) for pain or swelling... premarin estrogen pills) for contraception, for estrogen replacement therapy or just for regulating periods... and estraderm as an additional (and more nearly human) skin or vaginal estrogen supplementation. I'd guess you're talking about a menopausal woman or a woman who's had a total hysterectomy or double oophorectomy... but that's just a guess. Answered by Lianne Trine 1 year ago.

convenience? There is no reason not to take the naproxyn with anything, it is an anti-inflammatory medication and doesn't interact with most other medications..premarin and estraderm are the same medication though, hormone replacement basically, don't know why anyone would take both at the same time. Answered by Joni Garriga 1 year ago.

for the control of menopausal effects, heavy bleeding, pain and a personal thing required by a lady of a certain age due a lack of eostrogens, poor woman whoever she is. (Give your mum a hug!) Answered by Katharina Grecco 1 year ago.


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