HOT FLASHES DUE TO MENOPAUSE

UP TO 80% OF POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN EXPERIENCE HOT FLASHES. 1 OUT OF 2 WOMEN IN A SEPARATE SURVEY HAD MODERATE TO SEVERE HOT FLASHES.

Hot flashes are a sudden, warm sensation on your face, neck, or chest. Its also common to experience sweating during a hot flash. Many women describe a hot flash as bothersome, unpredictable, or maybe even disruptive.

HOW LONG COULD I HAVE HOT FLASHES?

On average, women experience hot flashes from 6 months to 2 years, but your experience may be different.

HOW LONG DO HOT FLASHES LAST?

Typically, a hot flash can last anywhere between 1 to 5 minutes.

THERE ARE 3 TYPES OF HOT FLASH SEVERITY:

 MILD HOT FLASHES: a sensation of heat without sweating.

 MODERATE HOT FLASHES: a sensation of heat with sweating, but you are able to continue your activity.

 SEVERE HOT FLASHES: a sensation of heat with sweating, causing you to stop your activity.

CONSIDER PREMARIN® (CONJUGATED ESTROGENS TABLETS, USP) AS A TREATMENT FOR YOUR MODERATE TO SEVERE HOT FLASHES DUE TO MENOPAUSE.

In a clinical trial, PREMARIN significantly reduced the number of moderate to severe hot flashes as compared to placebo. In fact, some patients started to experience relief at the 4th week of treatment.

PREMARIN is indicated to treat moderate to severe hot flashes and is not recommended to treat mild symptoms. Be sure to discuss all of your symptoms with your healthcare professional.