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Generic Nolvadex Review
Manufacturer: Unimed Technologies / Chandra Phagat
Generic Nolvadex is an antitumor antiestrogenic drug, which slows the progression of the tumor process, stimulated by estrogens. Also it is used for treating breast cancer and decreasing the chance of its comeback. The manufacturer is Chandra Phagat / Unimed Technologies...
Generic Nolvadex (Tamoxifen)
Generic Nolvadex is an antitumor antiestrogenic drug, which slows the progression of the tumor process, stimulated by estrogens. Also it is used for treating breast cancer and decreasing the chance of its comeback. The manufacturer is Chandra Phagat / Unimed Technologies.
The active ingredient is Tamoxifen 10mg/20mg, which is a nonsteroidal anti-androgenic medication with weak estrogenic feature. Its action is based on its ability to block estrogen receptors. Generic Nolvadex is available in 10 pills in blister.
The intake of the drug is prescribed individually. Tablets should be taken without chewing, with a small amount of liquid, with/without food. After intake, Tamaxifen is well absorbed and the effect occurs in 4-7 hours. Before the treatment, women should undergo thorough gynecological (with the exception of pregnancy) and therapeutic examination. Tamoxifen causes an ovulation, which increases the risk of pregnancy, so women of childbearing age should use reliable methods of contraception.
- liver or blood disease;
- high calcium levels;
- uterine fibroids;
- irregular menstrual cycles;
- blood clots;
- allergic reaction to tamoxifen;
- high cholesterol;
Generic Nolvadex may interact with following drugs: letrozole, chemotherapy drugs, bromocriptine, rifampin, phenobarbital, female hormones, aminoglutethimide, and warfarin.
If you have noticed following side effects, visit a doctor as soon as possible:
- difficulty in walking, breathing;
- blurred vision;
- pelvic pain;
- skin rash;
- swelling of face, lips or tongue;
- vaginal discharge (brown, rust, bloody);
- yellowing of the whites of the eyes;
- changes in menstrual cycle;
- unusual bleeding or bruising;
- loosening of the skin.
Headache, nausea, hot flashes, hair loss, vaginal discharge (clear or white), impotence, fatigue – usually do not require medical attention.