Usage of Elleste Duet Conti
Contra Indications: Known or suspected pregnancy. Known, suspected, or past history of breast cancer. Known or suspected oestrogen-dependent neoplasia. Vaginal bleeding of unknown aetiology. Active deep vein thrombosis, thromboembolic disorders, or a history of confirmed venous thromboembolism. Acute or chronic liver disease or history of liver disease where the liver function tests have failed to return to normal. Rotor's syndrome or Dubin-Johnson syndrome. Severe cardiac or renal disease. Hypersensitivity to one or more of the ingredients. Pregnancy and lactation
Drug description Elleste Duet Conti
Generic name: Estradiol [oestradiol], norethisterone acetate
Drug class description: Oestrogens / progestogens
Special precautions Elleste Duet Conti
Adverse and side effects Elleste Duet Conti
Presentation Elleste Duet Conti
- Elleste Duet Conti Tablets, estradiol 2mg, norethisterone acetate 1mg
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Our experts have answered 5 questions about Elleste Duet Conti. These are the most popular ones:Is there anything I can do for the weight gain and breast tenderness and enlargement while taking elleste duet conti tablets?
Dr. David Charles Hunter's answer: Yes, you could try a lower dose HRT (1mg rather than 2mg)has there ever been reports of extreme acid indigestion whilst taking Elleste tablets ? Or is this just an impeccably times coincidence ?
Dr. Anshoo Sahota's answer: Sounds like co-incidence. Might be worth trying them again when you have no symptoms.I have been bleeding for a week now after 6 weeks on duet conti, is this normal and will it stop? My gp told me I wouldn't bleed.
Mr. Philip Kaloo's answer: Yes, this can be normal when starting, if it persists for more than 6 months you should be referred on to a gynaecologist.What is the difference between elleste conti and elleste duet?
Dr. David Charles Hunter's answer: Elleste Conti is designed as 'no bleed' preparation for women who are more than 12 months following their last natural mestrual period, so there are no breaks (either without tablets, or with placebo tablets) in the HRT pack and the same dose of hormone is administered...
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