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Progynova Helps Replenish Diminishing Estrogen Levels

If you have had a hysterectomy or are bothered by the symptoms of menopause, ask your doctor about a prescription for Progynova (Estradiol). This is an estrogen only hormone that will help raise your body’s own declining hormone levels as you reach menopause or after having your uterus removed.

For those in menopause that still have a uterus, discuss combined hormone therapy with your doctor or gynecologist that adds a progesterone to oppose estrogen’s effect on your uterine lining and reduce the risk of cancer. Taking Progynova can also help postmenopausal women prevent osteoporosis by increasing the low estrogen levels to keep bones from becoming thin and fragile.

Help Making it Through the Symptoms of Menopause

Progynova is taken as part of your daily routine and is best if taken at the same time every day in order to maintain a steady level of Estradiol in your body. Once in your system, Progynova will raise your estrogen levels and reduce your hot flashes, night sweats, and painful vaginal dryness, while helping to stop osteoporosis and the risk of bone fractures. Progynova is only intended for short-term use as there are possible risks of cancer that increases the longer you take hormones. Discuss the health risks with your doctor or gynecologist.

Before, During, and After Menopause

Menopause has 3 stages; Perimenopause - usually begins 3-5 years before menopause. Periods become irregular, you experience mood swings, sexual intimacy can be painful due to vaginal dryness, and hot flashes or night sweats interrupt your daily schedule and sleep. Menopause – this means you have had no menstruating for 12 straight months that is not a result of medication, illness, pregnancy, or breast feeding. And finally, Postmenopause – symptoms from perimenopause can still be affecting you and your chance of heart disease, osteoporosis, and osteopenia increases.

Before Progynova is Prescribed

Unless you have undergone a hysterectomy, there could be a small chance of becoming pregnant during the early stage of perimenopause. This should be ruled out before you start taking Progynova. Inform your doctor of other medical conditions or allergies you have and list current OTC and Rx drugs you take or use, including herbal remedies and dietary or vitamin supplements. This will help your doctor determine if Progynova is safe for you to take.

Proper Use of Progynova and Recommendations

Progynova is for short-term use only so see your doctor often to know when you can stop taking Estradiol. If you are scheduled for a dental or surgical procedure that includes being immobilized for a period of time, tell the surgical staff that you are taking Progynova so it can be decided if you should stop taking it pre- or post-operatively to reduce the threat of a blood clot. All meds should be stored safely out of children’s reach.

Possible Side Effects of Progynova

  • Weight gain
  • Headache
  • Back pain

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