Buy Nolvadex Online
Nolvadex is one of the most potent non-steroid drugs that are used to treat breast cancer. It has a strong antiestrogen effect, due to which it is the drug of choice in the treatment of adenocarcinoma.
Nolvadex helps to slow and/or stop the growth of tumor cells by suppressing the activity of estrogen in the tissues of the breast. Nolvadex also helps prevent the spread of metastases to other parts of the body.
Nolvadex is available in form of tablets that contain 10 mg or 20 mg of Tamoxifen. Indications for use of this estrogen blocker are:
- High risk of breast cancer in men and women.
- Probability of recurrence of ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS).
- Prophylaxis of a malignant tumor after chemotherapy.
In some countries, Nolvadex is approved for the restoration of female reproductive function in infertility, caused by hormonal imbalance.
The recommended dose of Nolvadex for the treatment or prevention of adenocarcinoma is 20 mg per day. You can take the entire daily dose of this estrogen antagonist at once, or divide it into two intakes.
The dosage schedule of Nolvadex for hormonal therapy of female infertility is selected individually, based on the menstrual cycle.
- Women with regular period should take one Nolvadex 20 mg tablet for three days (in the 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th days of the cycle).
- If the response to this Nolvadex is inadequate, the daily dose can be increased to a maximum of 80 mg.
- Women with irregular menstruation can use up to 80 mg of Nolvadex on any day of the cycle.
Prolonged use of high Nolvadex doses increases the risk of thrombophlebitis, menstrual irregularities or cataracts. This is why the antiestrogen therapy is contraindicated in cases of cerebral circulation failure, cancer of the uterine mucous membrane, pulmonary embolism or deep vein thrombosis.
Nolvadex is contraindicated in pregnant women. If pregnancy began during the course of the antitumor therapy, woman should abandon further use of this antiestrogen. Immediate consultation with an oncologist is required to determine an alternative method for breast cancer treatment.
To prevent pregnancy during the antiestrogen therapy, women should use oral contraceptives or condoms. Nolvadex is contraindicated with hormonal pills, so women should use non-hormonal birth control methods as an alternative.
Due to the high risk of drug interactions, Nolvadex is contraindicated to be taken concomitantly with the drugs that are used for:
- Blood thinning
- Fighting cancer cells
- Treatment of symptoms and signs of depression
- Regulation of estrogen and testosterone levels
A frequent side effect of Nolvadex is pain in joints and bones, your doctor may recommend taking painkillers during the hormonal therapy.
In addition, Nolvadex may cause dizziness, hives, diarrhea, headache, vaginal discharge, fluid retention, or difficulty breathing. Adverse reactions of Nolvadex are transient. Their intensity can be lowered by reducing the daily dose of this estrogen blocker.
The duration of endocrine therapy for breast cancer depends on the individual response to Nolvadex. The efficacy of this antiestrogen does not depend on the dose, age of the patient or menopausal status in women.
For an effective treatment, this estrogen blocker is recommended for use during five years. Prolonged use of Nolvadex tablets helps patients with breast carcinoma to:
- Reduce the risk of recurrence of this cancer type.
- Reduce the likelihood of the tumor spreading to other organs.
- Increase life expectancy by about 10 years.
Nolvadex is one of the most effective drugs for the treatment of adenocarcinoma. The results of clinical studies prove that this estrogen antagonist helps reduce the risk of a tumor and improve the quality of life in cancer patients.