Estraderm MX is a type of Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT). It comes in the form of an adhesive patch and ...
Estraderm MX is a type of Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT). It comes in the form of an adhesive patch and contains estrogens, and is available in different doses. Estraderm MX is a treatment for postmenopausal women who have had their last period at least twelve months. Estraderm Matrix will be applied twice a week, that is, the patch should be changed every 3 or 4 days. Estraderm Matrix can be administered both continuously and cyclically:
- Continuous administration: uninterrupted application, using 2 weekly patches.
- Cyclic administration: 3 weeks treatment (2 weekly patches) followed by one week without medication.
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Estraderm MX patches consists of oestradiol, a type of oestrogen, a female hormone that is produced by the ovaries. At menopause, the amount of oestrogen made by the ovaries declines and symptoms such as hot flashes (sudden, extreme feeling of warmth) and vaginal dryness can occur. Most women experience menopause naturally around the age of 50.
When an oestradiol patch is applied to your skin, it releases oestradiolinto your blood through the skin. Women who have not had a hysterectomy must also take another female hormone called progestin while they are taking this medication to prevent complications associated with taking oestrogen alone.