Premarin Action Mechanism
Premarin relieves post menopausal symptoms in women on tips of its fingers without any complicated side effects. Elevated levels of luteinizing hormone (LH), follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) and gonadotropins are the main reasons for these post menopausal symptoms and thus, Premarin executes its action through binding to nuclear receptors in estrogen-responsive tissues thereby decreasing the elevated levels of these hormones. It also modulates their secretion through negative feedback mechanism.
Mitigating the post menopausal effects in women is the key role of Premarin medication. Hence, for effective results, a starting dose of 0.3 mg per day in most women is usually recommended. Premarin can be taken either with or without food as it do not cause any unwanted side effects.
The effectiveness and safety profile of Premarin are its main assets that made it most popular and predominant medicament for treatment of postmenopausal symptoms in women. Premarin is also very efficient even in low doses which is its added advantage.
Premarin works marvelously when taken with some precautionary measures such as avoiding it if you smoke, drink alcohol, use illegal drugs or allergic to any of its components. Premarin should also be not taken by pregnant or breast-feeding women and by individuals suffering with serious health ailments.
Premarin Side effects
Common but mild side effects of Premarin include headache, dizziness, stomach cramps, changes in weight or appetite, vision problems, menstrual changes in your periods, vaginal itching or discharge and nausea or vomiting.
While serious side effects of Premarin include chest pain, migraine headache, confusion, swelling or pain in your stomach, sudden numbness, pain in arm or shoulder region, speech or balance problems, jaundice, abnormal vaginal bleeding and swelling in your hands, ankles or feet.