Evorel patches are an effective clinically proven form of hormone replacement therapy (HRT) that is placed straight onto the body rather than ingested as oral tablets. The hormones – active ingredient of oestrogen, estradiol – is absorbed through the skin to reduce symptoms of the menopause including night sweats, hot flushes, vaginal dryness and loss of body density/mass.
Evorel patches are available to buy at OnlineClinic in four dosages, offering versatility to your HRT treatment. Dosages include 25mcg, 50mcg, 75mcg and 100mcg. To order your preferred dosage, or offered your recommended dosage by a doctor, you can complete our free online consultation.
Evorel is a hormone replacement therapy (HRT) treatment available in the form of patches, in four dosage strengths from 25mcg to 100mcg making them extremely versatile for the vast majority of women going through the menopause. This includes women who have had a hysterectomy or women who are prone to side effects in standard recommended dosages. Evorel contains the oestrogen estradiol as its active ingredient, which is applied and absorbed directly into the skin to help ease menopausal symptoms such as:
As well as the versatility in dosages and alleviating many menopausal symptoms, the patch form of HRT is regarded as much more low maintenance, only being applied a couple of times a week in comparison to a daily intake.
The active ingredient in Evorel is oestrogen called estradiol. When absorbed into the skin, it works quickly and effectively to minimise menopausal symptoms.
When going through the menopause, the hormones naturally occurring in your body alter resulting in a drop in oestrogen and uncomfortable symptoms. By applying the patch directly to certain areas of the skin, it is absorbed into your system quicker, resulting in quicker relief as the synthetic oestrogen replaces the oestrogen your body has lost.
Regardless of the dosage, Evorel patches are used in the same way (the difference in strength differs in relation to how your body is reacting). Always read the patient leaflet (attached at the bottom of this page) before buying medication for the first time, and to recap if it is recurrent HRT treatment. However, there are some basic guidelines you can follow:
If you forget to change the Evorel patch, or if the patch falls off, just reapply or apply a new patch as soon as you remember and continue to change the patch on the chosen day.
Evorel patch is available in four dosages, making it extremely versatile for many women going through the menopause. The strengths range from 25mcg, 50mcg, 75mcg and 100mcg. If you're starting Evorel for the first time, a lower dose will be advised before increasing if it isn't effective or decreasing if you're experiencing side effects.
As Evorel isn't ingested into your system, but absorbed through the skin, there is only a small chance of side effects. If you experience any prolonged or severe side effects, remove the patch and contact your doctor to discuss alternatives options. If you're experiencing mild side effects, this may include a rash or itching on and around the application site. This is why it is advised to alter the position of the patch every time. For the full list of side effects, the patient leaflet is attached at the bottom of this page to read through before buying and applying.
Precautions regarding Evorel patches could mean there is a more suited alternative for you, although Evorel patches are generally seen to be extremely tolerable. You could be offered alternative treatment if you are, have or have had:
Smokers or those with migraines can use Evorel if a medical professional has recommended it, however they should use the patches with measured caution.
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