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Premarin is a hormone replacement therapy medication. Premarin is a form of hormone replacement therapy (HRT) and works by replacing natural oestrogen in women who no longer are able to produce enough estrogens. Estrogens are largely responsible for the development and maintenance of the female reproductive system and secondary sexual characteristics.
Premarin is mostly used to treat menopause symptoms such as hot flashes and vaginal dryness. It has been proven that Premarin increases bone density of the hip and the spine which in turn can help prevent osteoporosis. However, it is not recommended to use solely for this purpose.

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How does Premarin work?

Premarin comes in a tablet form with a range of doses for oral use. The ingredients of the medication are exclusively obtained from natural sources. These include sodium oestrone sulphate and sodium equilin sulphate.

Women who choose to treat their menopause symptoms with Premarin should use the lowest effective dose for the shortest time when starting the medication. To achieve best results from the medication, the treatment should be taken daily or as prescribed by a doctor. Hot flashes and night sweats are likely to become less frequent and intense and the symptoms’ relief may be felt in about 3 weeks.

How do I take Premarin?

Premarin treatment should be started at 0.3mg and should be taken daily by oral administration. Subsequent dosage adjustments may be made based on the response of the patient’s symptoms. Do not take larger doses or treat for a longer period than recommended by your doctor. It should be noted that this medication is not for everyone.

Premarin should not be used in the following cases:

  • If you have a bleeding disorder
  • Any form of breast or uterine cancer
  • Heart disease
  • Abnormal vaginal bleeding that a doctor has not checked

Also consult your doctor before taking the medication if you have one of the following:

  • Kidney disease
  • Epilepsy or other seizure disorder
  • Diabetes
  • High blood pressure or heart disease

Premarin is known to increase the risk of having a condition known as endometrial hyperplasia. It basically leads to cancer of the uterus. In order to avoid or maximally lower the risk of developing such condition, it is advisable to take progestin while using Premarin. Consult your doctor before doing this.

Are there side effects?

Throughout extensive study of Premarin there are a few side effects that have been uncovered:

  • Pain, swelling, or redness in one or both legs
  • Migraine headache
  • Breast lump
  • Chest pain or a feeling of pain spreading to the arm or shoulder
  • Sudden severe headache, confusion, problems with vision
  • Problems with memory or concentration
  • Yellowing of the eyes

Can I buy Premarin online?

Yes, after completion of a free short consultation with a doctor online. The online form takes only a few minutes and after receiving approval from the doctor the medication will be shipped to your address the very next day.

10 reviews for Premarin

  1. Catwo

    I have been taking this drug for 8mths. It was helping at first but the hot flushes are coming back more frequently now and I’m tearing up a lot lately. I had bloods done and asked if I could take a higher dosage as because the test showed I’m am definitely going through the change. She said no as it would increase my chance of breast cancer. I take .3 each night. Reviewed November 15, 2015

  2. Midwestern

    I’ve been on premarin for over 20years. When I started I had side effects of bloating and constipation. Over time those resolved. I don’t know why I’m still having hot flashes 20+ yrs after menopause. Now I take.625 every other day due to the expense. That works. If I try to cut back to every third day the hot flashes return in a short time. Reviewed July 18, 2016

  3. anniemack

    I have taken Premarin in the 1.25 strength for over 40 years, it has not stopped the hot flashes and night sweats but it reduces them by at least 50%. I do not have osteoporosis (my Mother and all of my Aunts did) and my bone density is better than most women half my age, a lot of which I attribute to the Premarin. I have never taken prempro or any progestin product, just the Premarin alone. I tried the half strength, miserable with all day hot flashes so over heated looked like I had a sunburn with heat rash and nasty skin breakouts, so I changed Drs, now back to the 1.25 strength. . My only complaint is that a product like this that ha been on the market over 50 years I do not understand why there is no generic as it is very expensive. Reviewed August 24, 2016

  4. Gator1228

    I started taking Premarin 1.25mg when I lost my ovaries at the age of 28 to endometriosis. That was 33 years ago. My symptoms were lack of focus and energy. Within a week or two I was back to my normal self with the exception of the mood swings I’d had ever since puberty. Several years ago my GYN said there was an alert about Premarin and I would have to wean myself off of them. I went down to 1/4 of what I was taking within 7 months. I was taking large doses of ibuphrofen for over 25 years for inflammation in my back. When the Premarin was decreased and the ibuphrofen was taken down I developed extreme arthritic swelling in some of my joints. I was put back in the Premarin immediately and told to never get off. Reviewed October 9, 2016

  5. Mag57

    I am 57yrs. My sister in law mentioned that she took Premarin for 5 years with no side effects. I was intrigue, I never heard of this medication. I went to my doctor and asked for Premarin, she prescribed me 0.3mg. Wow, amazing results! No side effects. I just finished my 30 days’ supply, went back to my doctor; asked for a little higher dosage because I was still having hot flashes & vaginal dryness, so she prescribed another 30 days on 0.45. Of course, my doctor does not recommend this medication because all the possible side effects specially heart attack: I told her let me try and see how I feel. Now I will have one more month at .45mg, I will see what are the results. I will keep everyone posted. Reviewed May 24, 2017

  6. For Petes Sake

    My Dr. retired & his replacement stopped 5 of my drugs (all now prescribed by specialists). However, Premarin was stopped for 1one anda half months. Two weeks later, 40 hot flashes a day began. I felt like I was going to die. Finally, an endocrinologist re-prescribed Premarin but only 1/2 the dose I had taken for 32 years (since 40). Hot flashes are still outrageous. All my sisters have osteoporosis, but not me (I took HRT). In the time it was stopped, I lost weight, lost 1″ in height, about 20% of my hair, and I’m so tempted to order it online without a prescription so I can take the other half of my regular dose. Desperate people do desperate things. Reviewed August 19, 2017

  7. overlyworkedup

    So I just started this yesterday and wonder I am feeling a little bit worked up (sexually charged) has anyone else experienced this? My main concern was dryness I had a hysterectomy, 11 years ago and was taking Estradiol and didn’t really feel anything different would still get the hot flashes mostly during the day but BOY o BOY today definitely increased libido! Just looking to see if this is normal? Reviewed October 13, 2017

  8. Fbuds

    Had a hysterectomy at age 35 with ovaries left in tact. Night sweats appeared gradually and by age 53 were intolerable. I was awake most of night and kept my husband up as well. Was prescribed Premarin at the lowest dose. I experienced relief after 2 days. I can’t believe how much better I feel. Now 2 weeks in my brain fog is gone and I am so happy. I didn’t realize how depressed I was. No side affects at all. Just look forward to peaceful sleeps at night Reviewed March 12, 2018

  9. Gottahavehope

    Experienced menopause at an early age, had extreme menstrual problems from the beginning starting at about age 8. I am told after going through much menstrual problems my whole life I have several fibroids. Hoping that after menopause they would naturally shrink. Mine grew and cause me extreme pain. Hormone therapy has relieved this pain. However side effects I think cause me anxiety and I cry easily. When I try to cut back I only take it twice a week the pain comes back which is severe. I cannot stop taking it but the cost is almost $300 of prescription for I have no insurance for this. I noticed in the comments no one else mentions it used for this problem does anyone know. Reviewed March 18, 2018

  10. Linda

    I took Premarin 0.625 following an oophorectomy at 36. At 58 I was advised to come off it, as I was past the age of menopause but I got really bad Atrophic Vaginitis. I went back on it for another 7 years and have been off for a year. Doctor now reluctant to write prescription as I’m 65. Now been given Vagifem but miss my Premarin so much. Anyone take it after 65? Tempted to buy on Internet but worried that might stop too. No health issues or other medication Reviewed May 8, 2018

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