Evista

Evista is a prescribed for treating osteoporosis and also reduces the risk of invasive breast cancer in postmenopausal women.

Evista is effective in increasing the bone density. But it is still not known if the drug prevents bone fractures. A Selective Estrogen Receptor Modulator, Evista belongs to benzothiophene class of compounds.

The recommended dosage is 60 mg and the drug can be taken with meals or without meals. Keep a track on the doses and never miss any dose. In case you forget to take a dose, you can have it before the next dose. But never go for the missed one if it is nearly time for your scheduled dose. Moreover, you should not deviate from the prescription; never take more doses or take the drug for longer time unless your doctor has recommended it.

Before the doctor prescribes Evista, he should have an idea about all your health conditions. Therefore tell your doctor if you have any problems of the heart, kidney or liver. Tell your doctor if you have had a stroke or have a coronary artery disease, breast cancer, high blood pressure and high triglycerides. Evista should not be used by pregnant women as the drug is known to cause birth defects. Breast-feeding women should also avoid the drug as it is traced in breast milk.

If you have to undergo any surgery, inform the surgeon as he will stop the drug 72 hours ahead of any surgery.

You should also be careful of the various allergic reactions and side effects that you may experience while taking Evista.

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