Elleste is a medication designed for hormone replacement therapy. It comes in three tablet variants – Elleste Solo, Elleste Duet and Elleste Duet Conti.
The menopause is an entirely natural phase in a woman's life that typically occurs between the age of 45 and 50. During this time the ovaries stop producing hormones, and this can lead to a number of symptoms including irregular periods (which will eventually stop completely), fatigue, sweats and hot flashes. Hormone replacement therapy can help with the symptoms of the menopause by providing synthetic hormones designed to replace the body's diminishing estrogen and progesterone levels.
HRT is a very commonly prescribed drug and is well tolerated, but there can be side effects. It can cause bloating, breast tenderness or swelling, nausea, leg cramps, headaches, indigestion and vaginal bleeding, but most of these will only be temporary. Most experts agree that taking HRT drugs, such as Elleste, Evorel, Kliovance, Livial and Premarin, for 5 years or less poses little or no risk. To get your prescription, you can have a free consultation with a GMC registered doctor at UK Meds.
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All of these three are available for you online if you have been prescribed by your physician to take it. First, you have to undergo a consultation through the internet with an accredited doctor. Once you get an approval, you now can place your order for the medication through ukmeds.co.uk. The medication will be delivered on the very next working day.
Elleste is a medication used for hormone replacement therapy. It comes in three variants namely the Solo, Duet and Duet Conti. The first two contains estradiol and norethisterone acetate respectively. Duet Conti contains both active ingredients. They have slightly different purposes from reducing symptoms of menopause to decreasing the chances of having osteoporosis.
The Solo or Duet simply adds to the levels of estrogen to replenish the lost hormones due to menopause. It also reduces the effects of symptoms. When menopause hits, estrogen production is affected. The duet should be taken only by women still with a uterus. The solo should be consumed together with prescription progestogen.
All three types of Elleste are taken for 28 days and continue to the next pack without any breaks.
The Solo must be taken with a prescribed progestogen for 12 to 14 days. For the Duet, you have to consult the doctor which among the 1 and 2 mg should you take. It all depends on your menstrual cycle. The same goes for the Duet Conti.
All three variants come in either 1 or 2 mg tablets. You will have to consult your physician on which dosage should you take.
The common side effects of these medications include retention of water, acne breakouts, cramping of lower extremities, digestive disorder, headaches and nausea. Usually, these symptoms go away naturally. However, if symptoms persist or something more serious appears, please advise your physician right away.