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Ethinylestradiol, also written ethinyl estradiol, is the generic term for an estrogen treatment. It is most commonly used in combination oral contraceptives, along with the hormone progestin, to prevent pregnancy. It may also be used to treat menopause symptoms.

Ethinylestradiol is available in birth control tablets, which are taken once per day. One can also buy Ethinylestradiol in patches, applied once per week, or vaginal rings, applied once per month. To treat menopause, it is most widely recognized as FemHRT. All of these products also contain a progestin.

Though once widely used to treat other vaginal disorders, breast cancer, and prostate cancer in men, it is very rarely used anymore; most patients trying to buy Ethinylestradiol for this purpose will be directed to other products, such as estradiol or similar medications.

Note that all women who have an intact uterus taking estrogen supplements---for birth control, menopause, hypogonadism, or any other purpose---should also take a progestin to mitigate risk of uterine cancer. Women who have had their uterus removed and men do not need to worry about taking a progestin.

Use in Birth Control

The majority of women buy Ethinylestradiol products for birth control; it is among the widely-used estrogens for this purpose, while menopause treatments often use different estrogens. Side effects are rare, but can be quite severe, including blood clots and cardiovascular events, usually in older women with preexisting conditions.

While birth control tablets are among the more popular versions, the necessity to take one tablet per day can prove difficult for some individuals. Patches and rings require less frequent applications, which is beneficial in that one doesn't need to remember to change them daily---but one does need to remember to change them weekly or monthly, which can prove even more difficult.

In birth control the vast majority of treatments utilize 21-day treatment, or three weeks, then taking a week off; with pills there is a week of inert tablets, with patches and rings a week of no-treatment. During this week off menstruation will usually occur.

Most commonly experienced side effects are mild and not cause for concern, though they may be a bit annoying, such as appetite changes or worsening acne. These side effects are also often transient and stop occurring during the first few months of treatment, or may even improve, as is often the case with acne.

Aside from preventing pregnancy, some women buy Ethinylestradiol because it reduces risk of developing:

  • Acne
  • Ovarian cysts
  • Pelvic inflammatory disease
  • Non-cancerous breast tumors
  • Vaginal dryness
  • Ovarian cancer
  • Pre-menstrual symptoms

Women who buy Ethinylestradiol products for any purpose should be aware that spotting and bleeding may occur, especially during the first few months of treatment. This is normal and not cause for concern unless severe.

Use in Postmenopausal Women

Menopausal symptoms are the second-biggest reason women buy Ethinylestradiol, as it alleviates:

  • Hot flashes
  • Mood swings
  • Thinning hair
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Night sweats
  • Vaginal atrophy
  • Other symptoms

The medication for this purpose is also available in tablets or patches, typically taken once per day or administered every few days. Dosage is often higher than birth control products. Regardless of menopause, if a woman has an intact uterus a progestin must also be taken, which is usually included with Ethinylestradiol products.

If treating menopause, the need to continue treatment should be reassessed every 3 to 6 months. Most women eventually adjust and no longer experience symptoms even if not supplementing estrogen.

Note that for osteoporosis, when menopause symptoms are not a concern, estrogen supplements are no longer the preferred treatment. Non-estrogen products, like raloxifene, are generally safer to use.

How to Buy Ethinylestradiol from Kiwi Drug

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A prescription is needed to buy Ethinylestradiol from Kiwi Drug. If you don't have one, you may want to take advantage of our online doctor services---simply answer the questions provided during checkout. There is no extra charge for our online doctor services.

Patients who already have a prescription to buy Ethinylestradiol will be given options to transfer it to us after completing checkout.

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