Evamist is a form of dermal spray hormone therapy (transdermal hormone therapy), that contains 17beta-estradiol which is a synthetic form of estrogen derived from a plant source. It has been verified to moderate hot flashes in women undergoing menopause. During menopause, estrogen production declines, leading to the occurrence of symptoms such as the hot flushes and other vaginal issues. Evamist delivers a daily dose of estrogen via skin application, which ensures the hormone gets directly into the bloodstream, cutting back on the hot flushes.
Evamist (estradiol topical) is a transdermal medication spray which contains estradiol. This is a form of a female sex hormone that regulates various body processes.
Evamist is a medication which is mainly used to reduce moderate-severe hot flashes caused by menopause. However, this medication may also be used for other conditions as determined by the doctor. Do not use this medication if you are pregnant or have a liver disease, a bleeding disorder, cancer, or any allergic reaction towards Evamist.
Evamist has several side effects. Some of the side effects include; Headache, back pain, itching of the vagina or genital area, weight gain or thick, white virginal discharge. Consult the doctor in the event that these side effects occur. Some of the symptoms of overdose include; Dizziness, drowsiness, vomiting, nausea or abdominal pain. Seek medical attention immediately if these symptoms occur to you.