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Nolvadex is an anti-estrogen that is used to prevent the effects of estrogen on tissues. This medication is taken to treat invasive breast cancer in both men and women, following surgeries and radiation, and prevent this medical condition in women with a high risk.
Nolvadex: A Preventative and Curative Drug against Breast Cancer
Nolvadex is the drug that is used to treat and prevent breast cancer in both men and women. It has also been known to prevent the deadly disease from spreading to other parts of the body. The drug is used alongside other drugs to take care of the problem at hand. It is only used on a lady who has been identified as being at high risk of contracting the disease as well as those who have undergone through surgery or after a radiation process. There are other conditions that the doctor will administer this drug too whenever necessary.
This is an anti estrogen drug which operates by eliminating the effects of estrogen in the body on certain growths that may be in the body. These tumors are stopped from growing in the event that there is no estrogen in the body.
Nolvadex chemical name is tamoxifen citrate. They are usually in tablet form and are a nonsteroidal antiestrogen which is usually taken orally. The tablets are usually available in the following quantities: 10 mg and 20 mg tablets. The 10 mg tablet has 15.2 mg tamoxifen citrate which is the same as 10 mg tamoxifen while 20 mg tablet has a 30.4 mg tamoxifen citrate which is the same as 20 mg tamoxifen.
There are some inactive ingredients in the drug such as: starch, coarboxymethylcellulose calcium, mannitol and magnesium stearate. Nolvadex Online is a trans-isomer of a triphenylethylene extract. It has a chemical name of (Z) 2-[4-(1, 2-diphenyl-1-butenyl) phenoxy]-N, N-dimethylethanamine 2 hydroxy-1, 2, 3- propanetricarboxylate (1:1). It has a molecular mass of 563.62 while the pKa’ is to 8.85. In the event that you try to dissolve it in water, the equilibrium solubility is 0.5 mg/mL at 37 degrees Celsius while in 0.02 N HCL solubility is 0.2 ,g/ML at 37 degrees Celsius.
The drug is supposed to be taken strictly under doctor’s prescription. There is also the label on the drug which will explain exactly how you are supposed to take it. It comes with a medical guide for the patient which you are supposed to take each time you get a refill. The drug is taken orally; food is not necessarily a must. Swallow with water; avoid alcoholic drinks while under this medication.
There are some people who chew medicine before they swallow, never do that with this one, swallow it whole. Finish the dosage even when you start getting better. Never miss a dose and always try to take it the same time each day, it is more effective that way. Never take two doses at the same time even if you had forgotten your previous dose.
Just like any other medicine, this one too has its side effects. Some of the most common side effects are bone pain, losing weight, more than usual vaginal discharges, feeling tired most of the time, coughing, hot flashes, dizziness when you stand up or while walking, nausea and pain all over your muscles.
On the other hand, there are the severe effects that you should seek immediate medical attention for. These are: severe allergic reactions like rash and difficulty in breathing, menstrual period heavier than usual, excessive pain on your legs, chest pain, pelvis pressure, total loss of balance and coordination, total loss of appetite, swelling of the arms and legs and vision problems. There are many other effects too therefore once you start feeling something out of the usual that gets worse with time, then consult a doctor immediately.
Those who are allergic to the drug should tell the doctor in advance as well as those who have any other allergies. There are some people who are allergic to its inactive ingredients so be cautious too.
Those suffering from cancer of the milk ducts or other serious health conditions should avoid the drug as it will worsen your condition. If you have a medical history of blood clots or are taking blood thinners, then alert your doctor before taking the drug.
Those who are pregnant or planning to, or are taking any other drug, are allergic to certain substances; make sure your doctor knows about it. Never share your drug with anyone or fail to finish your dose, it will not work as it is intended to.