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Trisequens are tablets used in hormone replacement therapy to treat the symptoms of the menopause. They are arranged in a cyclical calendar pack.
Trisequens contains two synthetic hormones, known as estradiol and norethisterone, which mimic the natural sex hormones in the female body, respectively named oestrogen and progesterone.
Later in a woman’s life, her body undergoes a number of hormonal changes. Levels of female sex hormone oestrogen drop, causing a hormonal imbalance which affects the reproductive system. Ovulation (the releasing of an egg from the ovaries) slows down before ceasing completely. As do the regular menstrual cycles (periods).
The menopause typically starts between the ages of 45 and 55, with symptoms usually lasting for around 4 years.
Common symptoms of the menopause include:
While many women have no problems with the attributed symptoms of the menopause, some women may find that their symptoms interfere with their lifestyle or well-being. For these women, A hormone replacement treatment can be prescribed to rebalance the hormones in the body and relieve the unpleasant symptoms.
Always take medicine as prescribed by your doctor.
Trisequens should be taken every day. Take the tablets at the same time each day to remember when to take them.
If you forget a dose, take the forgotten dose as soon as you remember.
If you forget a dose and it is near the time of your next dose, skip the missed tablet and take your next dose as you normally would.
All medicine carries the risk of side effects, though not everyone will experience them. It’s important to familiarise yourself with the risks associated with your medication by reading the patient information leaflet enclosed with your treatment.
Possible side effects of Trisequens may include:
If you experience any side effects, speak to your doctor or a pharmacist.
If you believe you experience an allergic reaction to the use of this medicine, stop taking trisequens and seek immediate medical attention.
For more information about the possible side effects associated with this medication, as well as dosing and storage instructions, please consult the patient information leaflet enclosed with the medicine.
Trisequens are not a form of hormonal contraception. If you become pregnant while taking trisequens, speak to your doctor as soon as possible.
Do not take trisequens if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
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