I'm on tablets.
I took premarin for over 30-years and never had a problem. After having a hystorectomy at age 32, my gyn who was the head of the oncology dept at San Diego University hospital put me on 1.75 dose and I continued taking it until I voluntarily gave it up about 4 years ago. This may have been to long to be on a hormone, but it worked for me. I now use a small dose twice a week for dryness which comes with age (unfortunately). You can probably take a smaller dose and see how that acts. If you have a good gyn he/she should probably give you the best advice. This is just what worked for me, and of course before they decided that HRT wasn't that good for us.
- Premarin Information for Consumers
- Premarin Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Premarin (detailed)
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