Estraderm or estradiol transdermal biweekly patch is a prescription medication for treating and preventing a couple of issues in women. Normally, it is prescribed to prevent osteoporosis (soft, brittle bones) after menopause, lower or prevent symptoms of menopause and increase levels of estrogen in the body after menopause or having your ovaries removed. Estraderm can also be prescribed for any other purposes the doctor has.
How to use
If you want to use the patch safely, inform the doctor about any other medication you are using. This is to help them make a good decision concerning your Estraderm use. If you expect to be involved in an activity that might increase your risk of developing blood clots, tell the doctor. This entails long distance trips or a surgery that might have you take long bed rests.
Attach the patch to the skin and avoid your nose, mouth or eyes. For best results, attach to clean and healthy skin at the same time every day. The patch should also be attached to a hairless part of your body. Avoid your vaginal area. Always choose a new site of application rather than attach your patch to one area for a whole week. Put a new patch on if your older one falls off. Discard a used patch responsibly.
Estraderm can cause the following common side effects:
- Hair loss
- Upset stomach
- Abdominal cramping
- Enlarged or tender breasts
- Pain during period
- Spotting or vaginal bleeding
- Irritation of your throat or nose
- Gaining of weight
- Signs of a common cold
- Joint pain
- Irritation at the site of application.
Prior to taking Estraderm, hold a discussion with a doctor concerning your health. Tell them that you have:
- An allergy to estradiol
- An allergy to any medicine that is related Estraderm
- Had a life-threatening response to medicines, including a condition called angioedema
- A bleeding disorder
- A blood clotting issue
- A big risk of developing blood clots
- Breast cancer
- Liver issues, including a tumor
- A heart attack
- A stroke
- A tumor that is related to estrogen
- Loss of eyesight due to issues with blood vessels in your eyes
- Thickening of uterine lining(endometrium)
- Strange vaginal bleeding
- A pregnancy as you should avoid Estraderm when pregnant.
Buy Estraderm online
To obtain Estraderm online and pay less cash, contact 90-DayMeds.com. We can be contacted via our phone line, 1-800-828-4889, or our live chat feature, 90-DayMeds Chat. If you have a valid prescription, contact us at once to submit it and place your order for Estraderm. You can learn more about our service by reading a How to Order guide on our website. The maximum amount that can be ordered is a three month supply of medication based on your prescription.
We provide only a brand medicine. Our brand medicine, Extraderm MX, is made by Juno Pharmaceuticals as a product of Australia and Merus Labs Luxco as a product of the United Kingdom. We have 4 dosage strengths: 25mcg, 50mcg, 75mcg and 100mcg.
If you want to pay a low price Extraderm, contact 90-DayMeds.com. We offer our ** tablets for $. If you buy these at a local drugstore in the US, you will pay an average retail price of $. Clearly, you can save some bucks if you get these directly on our website. We will also help you save more money and time by delivering the package directly at your door. To gather more information about us or speak live to a customer care agent, call 1-800-828-4889.
Estraderm will be shipped from Australia within 10 to 18 business days and in 7 to 10 business days from the United Kingdom. Once shipped, you will receive a message by email. There will be no shipping fees.