Fempro 2.5Mg For Sale

Fempro 2.5Mg For Sale

Also known as: Generic Femara 2.5 mg
Active ingredient: Letrozole
Packaging Type: 10 tabs/blister
Manufacturer : Cipla
Product Code: PR10089
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Fempro 2.5 mg

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30 tabs
$30.00 USD
$1.00 USD
$0.00 USD
60 tabs
$50.00 USD
$0.83 USD
$10.00 USD
90 tabs
$68.00 USD
$0.76 USD
$22.00 USD
120 tabs
$86.00 USD
$0.72 USD
$34.00 USD
150 tabs
$104.00 USD
$0.69 USD
$46.00 USD

Description

What is Fempro 2.5Mg?

Fempro is an anti-oestrogenic agent which contains Letrozole as the active ingredient. It is used as a first line of treatment for breast cancer in post-menopausal women. It is also available as Femara.

Classification and Mechanism of Action

Fempro is anaromatase inhibitor which hampers the synthesis of estrogen in the body. In post-menopausal women, estrogen is secreted by fat cells throughout the body. This process requires an enzyme aromatase for the conversion of estrogen. Estrogen is also produced by breast cancer cells. Fempro inhibits this enzyme thereby ceasing the growth of the tumor.

Looking after your drug

Keep it in a cool and dry place. Do not share with anybody and keep away from kids.

How to take Fempro 2.5Mg

Take it orally with water, with or without food.

Dosage

The usual dose is 2.5 mg once in a day but can vary.

Overdose

Consult your doctor or poison control immediately.

Missed Dose

Take it as soon as you remember. In case it is time for the next dose then skip the missed dose. Do not double dose.

Warnings and Precautions

It should not be taken in case of an allergy to the drug, in premenopausal women, breastfeeding or pregnant women, liver or kidney impairment.

Possible Side Effects

  • Hot flushes,
  • Joint pain
  • Skin rash
  • GI upset
  • Headache, dizziness
  • Vaginal dryness and bleeding,

When Fempro 2.5Mg should not be used?

Pre-menopausal, pregnant and lactating women. In case of an allergy or hypersensitivity to the drug.

How long should you take Fempro 2.5Mg?

As long as prescribed. The maximum is for 5 years.

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