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Estrogel (generic name is estradiol topical gel) is used to treat and prevent hot flashes and also to treat vaginal dryness, itching and burning in women who are experiencing menopause. Estrogel prices can be expensive, especially if this drug is not covered by your insurance. However, you can save on Estrogel with a free Estrogel coupon from our site. Just enter your zip code, dosage, and quantity, and then click ‘See My Savings.’ Browse the list of nearby pharmacies that accept our coupon and their estimated prices for Estrogel with the Estrogel discount. Then, print or download your coupon for Estrogel and bring it to the pharmacy of your choice to save on the cost of your medication. Our coupons do not expire, so you can use your Estrogel coupon card to save any time you fill your prescription.
Estrogel is used to treat and prevent hot flashes and to treat vaginal dryness, itching and burning in women who are experiencing menopause. However, women whose only symptoms are vaginal burning, itching, and dryness may benefit more from a medication that is applied topically to the vagina instead of Estrogel.
Estradiol is in a class of medications called estrogen hormones and it works by replacing estrogen that is normally produced by the body.
The recommended dose is 1.25 g per day of Estrogel 0.06% for moderate to severe symptoms due to menopause. Estrogel transdermal gel is usually prescribed to be applied once daily in a thin layer on one arm, from the wrist to the shoulder.
Using Estrogel may increase your chance of getting cancer of the uterus. Tell your doctor if any unusual vaginal bleeding occurs while you are using this drug. Vaginal bleeding after menopause may be a warning sign of cancer of the uterus. Using Estrogel may increase your chances of getting strokes and blood clots, and it may also increase the chance of getting dementia in women ages 65 and older. Using estrogens with progestins may increase your chances of getting heart attacks, strokes, breast cancer, or blood clots. Do not let anyone else use your medication. This may not be a complete list of warnings. Consult with your doctor regarding possible risks associated with taking this medication, and refer to the warning label on your medication for more information.
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