Arimidex………………….100 tabs- 1mg/tab Euro 50

There are countless medications on the market today, and Arimidex is one of the lesser-known medicines available to women. Not much is known about this medication because if you have not had to take it, then you would not ever research it, and because it is not popularly advertised many people have never heard of Arimidex before. If you have found yourself in the position of being prescribed this medication or someone, you know has begun taking it, and you would like to know more about it you have come to the right place. Below you will find information that can help you educated yourself about this little-known medication.

Arimidex is prescribed when premenopausal women need to lower the level of estrogen in their body. There are certain tumors that can grow inside the breast when you have gone through menopause. The tumor that this medication helps to prevent need’s estrogen to grow and because Arimidex controls the level of estrogen, your body produces it in turn reduces the growth of these tumors. Arimidex is also commonly used to treat advanced cancer in patients who have already developed tumors within the breast.

If you have gone through menopause and are at high risk for developing these tumors, already have these tumors, or have high levels of estrogen in your body your doctor may decide that you are a perfect candidate for this drug. Arimidex should be taken exactly as prescribes which is most commonly once a day. There will most likely be a trial period when you first begin taking Arimidex and your dose may need to be higher or lower depending on how you respond to the medication. Arimidex should be taken exactly as prescribed, which is most commonly once a day.

There are several unpleasant side effects that have been reported by women who have been taking Arimidex. These adverse effects include but are not limited to nausea, sore throat, back pain, hot flashes, night sweats, change of mood, depression, weakness, head pain, sudden emotionless, nervousness, problems with speech, problems with vision, and easily fractured bones. As you can see there are a lot of side effects so patients need to determine which ones they experience, and if it is worth suffering from the negative effects to gain from the positive effects.

Because Arimidex is prescribed by a doctor, most women find that their insurance will cover the cost. However, there are numerous people across the world whom do not have health insurance and must buy their medications out of pocket. The price of this medicine depends on where in the world you are getting is but is most commonly found as follows: 100 tabs- 1mg/tab Euro 50.

Pregnant women should not take Arimidex as it can cause harm to your unborn child. Mothers who are breast feeding should avoid this drug as well because it is unknown for sure if it gets passed through the mother’s milk to the baby or not. This medication is not for anyone who has suffered from any blood disorders such as circulation or blood clots, and if they have had any serious liver damage. It is important to advise your doctor of all health conditions you are currently suffering from and any health problems you have had in the past.

Arimidex is a wonderful cure for women who have high levels of estrogen and can be an extremely useful ally in the battle against breast cancer. Not all women will show negative effects from this drug, and some may not have any side effects at all. It is important to talk with your doctor while first taking this medication to determine if it is a good match for you. However, now that you are more educated about this medication you will be more prepared to have that conversation with your doctor and ask the questions you should know the answers to!


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