Buy Nolvadex (Tamoxifen) Online
What Is Tamoxifen (Nolvadex)?
Tamoxifen is the most prescribed selective estrogen receptor modulator (SERM), and it is used to reduce breast cancer risk in women who have not been diagnosed but are at higher-than-normal risk for the disease. It is also prescribed to women and men diagnosed with hormone-receptor-positive, early-stage breast cancer after surgery, chemotherapy, or radiation to reduce the risk of the cancer coming back, as well as women and men diagnosed with advanced-stage or metastatic breast cancer. In premenopausal women with metastatic breast cancer, Tamoxifen is an alternative to ovarian irradiation or oophorectomy. Studies indicate that patients whose cancerous tumors are estrogen receptor positive are more likely to benefit from Tamoxifen therapy.
Tamoxifen belongs to a class of drugs called Antineoplastics, or Estrogen Receptor Antagonists which can block estrogen’s effects, and slow the growth and spread of cancer cells. Since its approval in 1998 by the FDA, this medication has been used to treat millions of men and women who have been diagnosed with hormone-receptor-positive breast cancer. In postmenopausal women, it can reduce the risk of a breast cancer coming back by 40% to 50%, and in premenopausal women – by 30% to 50%. Tamoxifen can also reduce the risk of a new cancer developing in the other breast by around 50%.
Doctors usually prescribe a 20 mg dose of Nolvadex per day, which means two 10 mg tablets taken together, or one 20 mg Nolvadex-D tablet. Your doctor may increase your dose depending on how you respond to the treatment. Nolvadex should be swallowed whole, with a full glass of water. The 10 mg tablets are white, round film-coated tablets with “Nolvadex 10” text printed on one side and the 20 mg tablets are white, octagonal film-coated tablets with “Nolvadex-D” text printed on one side. Nolvadex 10 mg tablets are supplied in bottles of 60 tablets while the 20 mg tablets are supplied in bottles of 30 tablets.
Nolvadex Side Effects
Nolvadex side effects are rarely serious enough to require the treatment to be stopped. Some of the most common side effects associated with the use of Nolvadex include nausea and vomiting, thinning of the hair, itching around the vaginal area, diarrhea or constipation, fatigue, muscle aches and cramps, unusual vaginal discharge, and menopause-like symptoms, such as vaginal dryness and hot flashes.
Serious side effects associated with the use of Nolvadex include pain in the eyes, mood swings, swelling of the ankles and feet (edema), easy bruising and bleeding, and changes in vision (such as blurred vision).
In some patients, the use of Nolvadex can cause cataracts and other eye disorders, uterine cancer blood clots, and stroke. Although rare, allergic reactions to Nolvadex can occur. Symptoms of an allergic reaction include rashes, itching, dizziness, trouble breathing or swallowing, and swelling of the throat, tongue, or face. Immediate medical help should be sought in case of an allergic reaction or any serious side effects.
Where to Buy Nolvadex?
Nolvadex can be purchased from both online and physical pharmacies upon a doctor’s prescription. It is very important to buy Nolvadex from reputable pharmacies only, and extra care must be taken to ensure that only the original product is being purchased. Our online pharmacy always obtains medications from the original manufacturers and sells them with minimal surcharge.
I was diagnosed with breast cancer at 40, and after radiation my doctor prescribed me Tamoxifen 10 mg twice a day. I have been taking it for 9 months and have had no major side effects thus far. I can take Tamoxifen with or without food and it does not bother my stomach. I was a bit scared at first but with my family and friends support, I’m hoping for a positive outcome.
Sun Dec 12 2021 18:14:58
I have been taking Tamoxifen for nearly three months now after my doctor prescribed it to me because of my increased risk for developing breast cancer. I have had no side effects at all. I also feel much calmer, positive, relaxed and in control. And there’s another cool thing I noticed… Before the treatment I would sometimes get irritable, emotional, and moody around the time of my period but I’m not experiencing this anymore. Must be something to do with the way this medication affects estrogen levels but I’m not completely sure.
Sat Jul 30 2022 07:59:47