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Raloxifene is an oral SERM, which is approved for the treatment and prevention of postmenopausal osteoporosis
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What are Raloxifene uses? 

Raloxifene is used for preventing as well as treating bone loss (osteoporosis) after menopause in women. This medication helps to slow down the bone loss and keeps them strong which makes them less likely to break.  

Raloxifene generic drug is available in the brand name of Evista. This medicine is not for use in men. Evista medication is also very helpful in lowering the chance of getting certain types of breast cancer such as invasive breast cancer after menopause.  

This medicine is not an estrogen hormone but acts just like the estrogen in some of the parts of your body such as bones. Raloxifene HCl acts as an estrogen blocker in other parts of your body like breasts and uterus. Raloxifene tablets are not effective in relieving menopause symptoms like hot flashes. This medication should strictly not be used before menopause.  

Therefore, Raloxifene is known to belong to a class of drugs called as selective estrogen receptor modulators- SERMs. Remember that this medicine should not be used for preventing any kind of heart diseases.   

Raloxifene is very helpful for fighting endometrial cancer as it reduces the production of estrogen.  

There are many online stores that offer Raloxifene for sale at a very reasonable cost.  

What is the dosage of Raloxifene? 

Before starting your Raloxifene hydrochloride medication make sure you read your prescription label carefully. In case you have any questions or doubts, do talk to your doctor once.  

Take Evista medication by mouth with or without food as prescribed by your doctor, mainly once daily. If you want to get the most benefit from it, then you should take this medicine on a regular basis. Take Raloxifene HCl 60 mg tablet daily at the same time so that you remember taking every day.  

Swallow the whole tablet with water. Raloxifene 60 mg tablet has a bitter taste so do not crush or chew it.   

Make sure that you include enough vitamin D as well as calcium-rich foods in your diet. Talk to your doctor once whether you need to take vitamin D and calcium supplements.   

In case you need to go for major surgery or need long-term bed rest, then, in this case, you need to stop the intake of Raloxifene Evista medication at least three days ahead of time. Until you are active again, you cannot restart your medication. So it is always better to tell your surgeon or doctor well in advance that you take Raloxifene.   

Store Raloxifene 60 mg tablets at room temperature right away from direct light, moisture and heat.  

During this medication, the doctor is going to check your progress regularly. On a monthly basis, you need to self-examine your breasts for lumps and also have regular mammograms.  

This medicine is only part of a complete program of treatment which also includes exercise, diet changes and bone mineral density testing along with the intake of vitamin D as well as calcium supplements.

Depending on your medical condition, your doctor will tell you how long you have to use raloxifene for postmenopausal osteoporosis.  

Thus, discontinuing raloxifene without doctor’s approval can lead to complications.  

What if you miss a dose?

If you have missed your dose then take it as soon as you remember. But if it’s almost the time for your next dose then you should not take the missed dose as two doses should not be taken at the same time.  

What you should avoid while taking Raloxifene tablets? 

If you are taking any calcium supplements then consult your doctor once and do not take more than your doctor’s prescription. Remember that taking calcium more than your doctor’s recommendation is not going to offer extra protection to your bones rather it will lead to serious side effects such as kidney stones.   

During the intake of Raloxifene tablets remember that you should not sit at one place for a long period especially during travelling. This medicine can pass into your body fluids like urine, faeces and vomit. Caregivers should be very carefully, they should wear quality rubber gloves when they are cleaning up the patient body fluids or handling the contaminated trash, laundry and diapers. Wash the hand with handwash right before and after removing gloves. Therefore, the doctor always recommends washing the soiled clothes and linens separately from all other laundries.     

Precautions to be taken while using Raloxifene 

 This medicine is known to increase your risk of a blood clot in your legs, eyes as well as your lungs. So if you have ever suffered from this kind of blood clotting in your past then avoid taking Raloxifene tablets.  Remember that Raloxifene hydrochloride is only for women who can no longer get pregnant. If you are pregnant or planning to get pregnant then do not take this medicine as it can harm your unborn baby. Breastfeeding during Raloxifene medication is not allowed.  

Raloxifene is known to increase your risk of a stroke which can be deadly. If you have ever suffered from all these below-stated conditions then do inform your doctor beforehand.  

  • High blood pressure, cancer
  • Heart problems, heart attack or stroke also including a mini-stroke
  • Irregular heartbeats
  • Blood clot
  • Liver or kidney disease
  • High triglycerides that are caused by using estrogen
  • Endometriosis
  • Abnormal vaginal bleeding

Also, inform your doctor if you smoke or have not gone through menopause.  

Can you take Raloxifene during pregnancy? 

Raloxifene HCl is known to absorb through the skin as well as lungs due to which it can harm an unborn baby. So women who are pregnant or may become pregnant should not handle this medication as well as breathe the dust from the Raloxifene tablets.   

Can a breastfeeding mother take Raloxifene?

It is not clear whether Evista medication passes into breast milk or not. So it is recommended to consult your doctor once before you breastfeed your baby.  

What are the side effects of Raloxifene? 

Keep one thing in your mind that the doctor has prescribed you this medicine because he has judged that the benefit of Raloxifene is more as compared to the risk of side effects. There are many people who have used this medicine and did not come across any severe side effects.  

Some of the common side effects of Raloxifene tablets are:

  • Leg cramps, joint pain
  • Flu symptoms, hot flashes
  • Swelling in your feet, ankles and hands
  • Increased sweating

If any of these conditions persist or worsens, contact your doctor immediately so that you can get the right treatment.  

It is important to get the emergency help immediately if you come across any signs of an allergic reaction such as swelling of your lips, tongue face or throat, hives and difficulty in breathing.  

You need to stop the Evista medication and consult your doctor once if you suffer from: 

  • Signs of a stroke-like slurred speech, sudden numbness, vision problems and sudden weakness
  • Swelling, tenderness and other changes in your breasts
  • Signs of a blood clot deep in your body like warmth, redness or swelling in an arm or leg
  • Signs of a blood clot in the lung such as coughing up blood, chest pain and trouble breathing 

Though this is not the complete list of side effects, if you come across any other side effects of Raloxifene medication then do contact your doctor immediately.  

How does Raloxifene work? 

This medicine helps to treat as well as prevent osteoporosis by mimicking the effects of your hormone estrogen which is known to increase your bone density. Raloxifene tablets assist in lowering the risk of breast cancer by blocking the effects of estrogen on your breast tissue.    

Raloxifene Interactions 

Drug interactions can completely change how your medications work or can also increase your risk for severe side effects. When you visit your doctor, make sure that you carry your lists that contain the name of all the products that you are using such as prescription, nonprescription drugs as well as herbal products. Do not start, stop or change the dosage of any medicines without the permission of your doctor.  

Raloxifene medication is known to hamper your some laboratory tests and cause false test results. So inform your doctor and laboratory well in advance that you are using this medicine. 

There are total 29 drugs that interact with this medicine

6 major drug interactions

17 moderate drug interactions

6 minor drug interactions 

Some of the names of drug that interact with Raloxifene tablets include Alendronate, Arimidex, Tamoxifen, CoQ10, Fish oil, Vitamin B1, Synthroid as well as Zyrtec.    

Raloxifene Warnings 

This medicine is known to infrequently cause severe blood clots, particularly in your legs or lungs. Raloxifene tablets should not be taken by women who have or had suffered from blood clots in the lungs, eyes or legs. So before you start your Evista medication make sure that you have informed your doctor if you have or had suffered from blood clots in eyes, legs or lungs, high cholesterol, heart disease, irregular heartbeat, stroke, high blood pressure, mini-stroke and heart attack.    

We only ship medications which are approved by FDA, Also please consult your doctor to make a full decision on what medication to take.

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