20 Aug 2009
"... In general, you can expect relief from your moderate to severe menopausal symptoms to begin quickly with Premarin. You may begin to feel relief from hot flashes in 1 to 3 weeks.
Hot flashes and night sweats are likely to become less frequent and intense. This trend in improvement should continue over time.
Relief from vaginal symptoms—dryness, burning, and itching—may take 3 weeks. If you need relief only from vaginal dryness, ask your health care professional about topical therapies. He or she may prescribe Premarin Vaginal Cream. Premarin has been proven to relieve menopausal symptoms even at the lowest dose... "
- Premarin Information for Consumers
- Premarin Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Premarin (detailed)
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I am 62 and am very sensitive to side effects of many medicines. I have been taking Premarin vaginal cream for atrophic vaginitis, prior to possible ...
1 answer • 23 Jan 2010
how long before my hot flashes recede?
1 answer • 31 May 2010
Really sick.also taking phenergan
1 answer • 6 Mar 2011
Also I am on Losartan for the BP, had a horrible reaction to HCTZ so had to stop that. My new OBGYN does not want me on Premarin due to the high BP. ...
2 answers • 3 May 2012