The drug «Ledison» shown in the menopause, both natural and due operations. Also its use is justified for the prevention of osteoporosis in estrogen deficiency. The pills help cope with the manifestations of menopause, such as hot flashes, sweating. The drug increases libido, stimulates the mucous membranes of the vagina.
Pills «Ledison» — application features
Before use, should consult a doctor. He will tell you how the medicine works and how to take. He also detailed answer to the question, how much time to take «Ledison». Normally a course is 3 months or more. Take daily 1 tablet. It must be swallowed whole with water.
Start the course of treatment after one year from the last menstrual period. If menopause is caused by surgery, therapy administered immediately after it.
Sometimes a woman can accidentally skip a dose. Because you should know how to act in this situation. If it’s been less than 12 hours from scheduled visit, you need to swallow the required dose. But in case, when a break was more than 12 hours, it is necessary to miss the reception. All remaining pills are used according to the same schedule.
Manual to tablets «Ledison» explains how to organize a course of treatment. On the package with the specified medication regimen. In what sequence to remove the tablet arrow.
In overdose there may be problems in the digestive tract, which should be treated symptomatically. It is important to pay attention to the fact that «Ledison» enhances the action of anticoagulants. Because if a woman takes these drugs, you definitely need to remind the gynecologist when assigning treatment.
Such medication during menopause, as «Ledison», can have side effects:
- the onset of depression;
- vision problems;
- rash, itching;
- pain in back and limbs;
- hair growth on the face;
- the increase of body weight;
- problems in the reproductive system.
Care should be given to the contraindications:
- if you have hormone-dependent tumors, and even suspected them;
- bleeding from the vagina;
- pregnancy, lactation;
- thrombophlebitis or thromboembolism (also in history);
- hepatic, cardio-vascular insufficiency;
- otosclerosis (as a result of pregnancy, treatment with steroids);
- less than a year after a month.
Having carefully studied the medical history of the patient, if necessary, the doctor will assign regular examinations and tests.