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Climara (Estradiol) and/or equivalents
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Climara Patch 25mcg

Source Country: Australia
Shipped From: Vanuatu Manufacturer: Bayer Schering

Climara Patch 75mcg

Source Country: Australia
Shipped From: Vanuatu Manufacturer: Bayer Schering

Generic Estradiol Weekly Patch 0.05mg/day

Source Country: United Kingdom
Shipped From: United Kingdom Manufacturer: Merck Serono UK

Generic Estradiol Weekly Patch 0.075mg/day

Source Country: United Kingdom
Shipped From: United Kingdom Manufacturer: Merck Serono UK

Generic Estradiol Weekly Patch 0.1mg/day

Source Country: United Kingdom
Shipped From: United Kingdom Manufacturer: Merck Serono UK
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Description of Climara

Climara is a prescription drug meant for hormone replacement in females. The main ingredient in Climara is the female estrogen hormone known as estradiol. In a premenopausal state, the dominant form of estrogen in women is estradiol. However, during menopause, the production of estradiol is diminished, which results in females experiencing several bone disorders. Climara is used to replace the estrogen that the ovaries do not produce, and thus helps in increasing bone strength and decreasing the risks of bone related problems like osteoporosis. The generic name of Climara is estradiol transdermal.

Patients can buy Climara in the form of a transdermal skin patch that should be used on a weekly basis.

Indications & Dosage of Climara

Climara is generally indicated for the treatment of certain menopausal symptoms like night sweats, vaginal dryness and hot flashes. It is also used for the prevention of osteoporosis as mentioned before and also for replacing estradiol in young women whose ovaries fail to produce sufficient amount of the estrogen hormone.

As with other prescription medications, the doctor’s directions should be strictly followed by patients to avoid adverse health effects. The Climara skin patch is generally used once a week. The initial strength recommended is 0.025 mg. It is generally applied in the lower abdomen region on a clean and dry area of skin. It is recommended that patients do not apply the patch in the same area for two consecutive weeks. Patients who apply Climara near the waistline should be careful, as rubbing of the patch against the clothes may force the patch to loosen. A small amount of adhesive may be left behind when the old patch is disposed. That bit of adhesive can be quite easily removed with the help of a lotion.

Lastly, Climara skin patches should be stored in areas as mentioned on the packaging label.

Side effects & Interactions of Climara

Climara patients may experience several side effects, both major and minor, during treatment. Certain minor side effects are as follows:

  • Stuffy and runny nose;
  • Back pain and aches;
  • Headaches;
  • Pain in the abdominal region;
  • Infection in the upper respiratory tract;
  • Minor breast pain;
  • Joint troubles;
  • Increased water retention;
  • Sore throat

Patients who buy Climara may also experience certain serious side effects. These often require medical attention. They are:

  • Unusual vaginal discharge and bleeding;
  • Strange changes in the breast;
  • Blood clots in the legs and the lungs;
  • Liver problems;
  • Chest pain and a general heavy feeling;
  • Migraines;
  • Severe allergic reactions like rashes, breathing difficulties, hives, swelling, etc.

Climara is known to interact with the following substances: certain barbiturates like secobarbital and pentobarbital, grapefruit juice, seizure medications, thyroid replacement drugs, antibiotics and antifungal medicines and protease inhibitors. Before using any of these mentioned substances along with Climara, it is advisable to talk to a doctor.

Warnings & Precautions of Climara

Patients allergic to any of the constituents of Climara should avoid the drug and look for alternate solutions.

Having certain medical conditions require patients to speak to their doctors before using Climara. Some of those medical conditions are: heart issues, diabetes, asthma, seizure problems, kidney disorders, etc.

The drug’s effects on pregnant and breastfeeding women are not well defined. However, to be safe, women in these conditions should seek the advice of a doctor.

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