Dosage and administration
You must comply with the instructions of the doctor or the instructions included in the package with the drug. Do not self-medicate. Do not adjust the dose yourself, if the patient himself is not a doctor or if such a change was not assigned to the patient by another doctor. Premarin tablets (conjugated estrogen) is a topical agent and is applied according to the instructions of the attending physician.
If you have questions about the use of the cream should consult with your doctor. As a rule, patients are prescribed the use of this drug for several weeks in a row with a week break similar to oral contraceptives.
Premarin Side effects
With the development of any side effects listed below or others, you should immediately consult a doctor. Side effects reported by patients during the use of Premarin (conjugated estrogen) tabletsinclude headaches, nausea, vomiting, abdominal distension, back pain, changes in body weight, mood swings and tablets bleeding.
In some very rare cases, the use of this drug has been associated with the development of a blood clot that can cause deep vein thrombosis, pulmonary thromboembolism, heart attack or stroke. If you experience numbness, pain in your left hand, severe headache, confusion, changes in vision, or unintelligible speech, you should immediately seek medical help.