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Trisequens is a combined cyclical Hormone Replace Therapy (HRT) product. Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) is a treatment used in women, to relieve menopause-related symptoms. It works by replacing the decreased levels of hormones which occurs as you approach menopause. Trisequens produces a vaginal bleed every month by following the specific dosing directions. This is similar to the bleed experienced during the normal menstrual cycle. It is used in postmenopausal women where it has been at least 6 months since their last natural period, for the relief of symptoms associated with menopause such as hot flushes. The progestagen in Trisequens can also protect you from the risk of excessive thickening of the womb lining, and endometrial cancer when taking an oestrogen.Drug Warning
You should take Trisequen tablets with a glass of water.
Please read the full information about warnings for Trisequens detailed in your Patient Information Leaflet.
You should also talk to your doctor before attempting to stop Trisequens.
You should contact a doctor if you experience unusual bleeding when on this product
You should go for regular breast screening and smear tests.
You should also check your breasts regularly and see your doctor if you notice changes such as dimpling of the skin, nipple changes or you can see or feel any lumps.
There is an increased risk of risk of developing blood clots with HRT tablets. You should stop taking Trisequens and see a doctor if you notice signs of a blood clot.
Suitability criteria
One tablet should be taken daily, at around the same time each day. Each pack contains 28 tablets split into 3 types.
Take one blue tablet every day for 12 days
Take one white tablet every day for 10 days
Take one red tablet every day for 6 days.
ensure to take it within the next 12 hours. If it has already been more than 12 hours, start as normal by the next day.
it may increase the risk of there being breakthrough bleeding and spotting. Do not attempt to take a double dose.
Warnings and Contraindications
Do not use if there are any known or suspected sex-steroid sensitive malignancies
Common Side Effects
Headache, fluid retention, vaginal inflammation, vaginal infection, migraine, depression, nausea, stomach pain
Breast swelling, back pain, leg cramps, uterine fibroid, swelling of legs or arms, weight gain.
Other Ingredients
Lactose monohydrate, Maize starch, Hydroxypropylcellulose, Talc, Magnesium stearate
Keep the container in the original packaging to protect it from light.
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