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Premarin Cream (Conjugated Estrogens) contains conjugated estrogens and be prescribed to woman to help reduce vaginal symptoms of menopause like dryness, burning or itching.
Before using Premarin Cream read all the paper work given to you by your pharmacist. To administer a dose fill the applicator with Premarin Cream and then insert it directly into the vagina. Push on the plunging device to administer the medication. Afterward clean the applicator with soap and warm water. Do not use hot or boiling water to clean the applicator as it can melt or warp the device.
Your dosage and scheduling will be prescribed by your doctor and can change based on your current condition and response to the treatment.
Premarin Cream has ingredients that could induce an allergic reaction. Speak with your doctor regarding known allergies before using the medication. Talk to your doctor about prior medical conditions relating to vaginal bleeding, blood clots, stroke, heart disease, cancer, swelling disorders, high blood pressure, blood disorders, asthma, seizures or other prior medical conditions. Disclose any medications you are taking along with any supplements to ensure there are no interactions while taking Premarin Cream.
Avoid smoking while using Premarin Vaginal Cream. Smoking could put you at risk for blood clots, stroke, high blood pressure or heart attacks in woman older than 35.
While using Premarin Cream you may find that wearing contacts could be difficult and could develop vision problems. If you experience any challenges with your vision speak with your eye doctor.
Your skin may develop dark patches (melasma) and direct sunlight may exasperate the effect. Therefore, you should limit your time in the sun and tanning booths. Wear protective clothing and use sunscreen on unprotected areas to help avoid melasma.
Estrogen products such as Premarin Cream may contain a mineral oil that can weaken the integrity of some latex condoms. Speak with you doctor if you are relying on condoms for birth control while using Premarin Cream.
Some side effects can include: nausea, vomiting, bloating, stomach cramps, breast pain/tenderness/swelling, headache, weight changes, changes in appetite, freckles or darkening of facial skin, increased hair growth, loss of scalp hair, problems with contact lenses, vaginal itching or discharge, changes in your menstrual periods, decreased sex drive, nervousness, dizziness, or tired feeling.
Speak with your doctor or pharmacist for help managing any side effects that become too severe during your treatment with Premarin Cream.
Q: Can I use this cream while pregnant?
A: You should not use this cream while pregnant, speak with your doctor if you become pregnant while using Premarin Vaginal Cream. This medication is able to pass into the breast milk of a nursing mother. Speak with your doctor about the risk of using Premarin Cream while breast feeding.
Q: How should I store Premarin Cream?
A: This should be stored at room temperature away from children and pets. Never dispose this medication in wastewater. If you are unsure of how to safely dispose unwanted or expired medications speak with your local pharmacist for disposal options.
Q: How do I know if I can use condoms for birth control while using Premarin Cream?
A: Speak with your pharmacist to know if there is any oil that reduce the integrity of the condoms. Your doctor and pharmacist may be able to help prescribe other forms of birth control while you use Premarin Vaginal Cream for treatment.
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