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Hormone replacement therapy (HRT), also known as menopausal hormone therapy (MHT) or postmenopausal hormone therapy (PHT, PMHT), is a form of hormone therapy used to treat symptoms associated with female menopause.[1][2] These symptoms can include hot flashes, vaginal atrophy, accelerated skin aging, vaginal dryness, decreased muscle mass, sexual dysfunction, and bone loss. They are in large part related to the diminished levels of sex hormones that occur durin...
How to Use Estroven

I recently started menopause, so I bought Estroven for my mood. This is all new to me. Is this something you take every day and for how long? Can Saint John's Wort be used with it? ## It is a supplement product that is claimed, but not proven to help with perimenopausal and menopausal symptoms, including mood changes. It should be taken according to the directions on the package, which the last time I bought it was once daily. The FDA does warn that it may cause nausea and irritability in some people that take it. As to taking it with St. John's Wort, I would suggest not doing so, without first checking with your doctor as it might be contraindicated with some of the ingredients in Estroven. Are you on any medications? ...

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propranolol 40 mg estroven

I have been prescribed 40 mg of Propranolol 2x a day plus one multivitamin a day, I have hyperthyroidism and anemia. I was wondering if I can take 1 Capsule of Estroven nighttime before bed. ## Hello, Lilymae! How are you? As far as I know, it's safe with the Propranolol, I was able to take it with other beta blockers, after checking with my doctor. However, with your medical conditions, the thyroid issue and the anemia, I'm not sure and think you should check in with your doctor, before taking it, just to be safe. Do you take a medication for your thyroid condition? ...

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Does Estroven cause Cataracts

I have been taking Estroven for about six years now. All of a sudden I have cataracts in both eyes. Due to St. John's Wort photosensitive properities they may possibily promote cataracts. Anyone else experiencing cataracts after taking Estroven? ...

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propranolol 40 mg estroven with alteril

I'm having chronic insomnia from coming off Xanax .5mg 4×a day I've been using zzquil 50mg and 0.1mg colonidine at bedtime and even using 10mg propranolol along with it I also have used Alteril but it seem to cause my heart rate to jump up but any way I use these mess I still can't fall asleep I've slept about 11 hours in the past 5 days all I do is just lay there all night with my eyes closed hoping that sleep will come only to find myself getting back out of bed around 3am and waiting on daylight. I was c/t from the Xanax 4 and a haft months ago and have been in hell ever day I was on the Xanax 12 and haft years didn't even need it but here i wondering what to use its. A battle ever night I hate going to bed and have so much anxiety over it my Dr says there... ...

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Can estra noreth 1 0 0 5mg be taken with estroven weight management pills

I have seemed to gain weight over the last few months in my belly area. I take estra noreth but would like to take, along with it, the new Estroven Weight Management to possibly help with the weight. Is this possible? I also have RA but have been in remission for over 5 years. Any help would be appreciated. ## Hi, Valerie! How are you? Unfortunately, over the counter products, such as Estroven Weight Management aren't evaluated for safety with prescription drugs. Additionally, on the information page on their website, the manufacturers don't even list all of the exact ingredients, they list some as just being a proprietary blend. However, some weight gain around the belly/hips area can be normal if you're going through perimenopause/menopause and it's usually due to your... ...

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Lisinopril and black cohosh

have been taking lisinopril for about two yrs . Am wanting to start estroven for menopausal symptoms... I read that black cohosh should not be taken with lisinopril. Anyone out there have any input on this? ## Hello, Kelly! How are you? The reason for that is due to the fact that Black Cohosh can also lower blood pressure, thus, it depends on where yours is with the Lisinopril and if your doctor approves of you taking it. In some case, it could cause it go too low, which may be dangerous. Lisinopril is classified by the FDA as an ACE inhibitor and its typical side effects may possibly include nausea, dizziness, headache, stomach pain, increased urination and hypotension. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

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My Wife Takes Many Prescription Drugs Simultaneously They Are Hydrocodene 10325 Temazapam 30 Mg Zolpidem 10 Propranolol 80 Bid Simvastatin 40

What could be the result of combining Hydrocodone with Temazapam, Zolpidem,Propranolol, Simvastatin,and Venlafaxine? Combine this with 100 mg diphenhydramine, Alteril, & Estroven. ## Well, the first thing that jumps out at me is the Diphenydramine, why is she taking 100mgs of that? That's usually not recommended in doses over 50mgs. Learn more Diphenhydramine details here. And there can be some issues with taking all of these, but it really depends on the dosages and her tolerance to them. So, the next question is, are they all prescribed by the same doctor and filled by the same pharmacy? Or has she been using multiple doctors and pharmacies to get them? ## Wow...zolpidem with benadryl??? The hydro is fine and the others but not simultaneously. Zolpidem @5 mgs is stronger than ... ...

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anyone who had taken estroven

estroven for prememipause did it help ...

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Suboxone urine test came back false positive for tramadol

I am on the suboxone program and the last two urine tests have come back positive for tramadol. I have honestly had no type of painkillers in over five months, and it has only been the Last two visits and the only thing that has changes is I started taking estroven and Garcina cambogia with citrimax. I need help as I could lose my place in the suboxone program. ## thats funny,i take tramadol and i tested positive for suboxone. ## In the past I was an addicted to drugs and alcohol for 32 years. I have been clean for 4 years now. I have RA and deteriorating discs in my spine. My doctor has been giving me Vicodine or Tramadol and rotating them each month for my pain. Because of my past addiction I have noticed I have a high tolerance to medications so usually have to take double of what is... ...

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