Menopause occurs as either a natural part of a woman’s aging process between 40 and 58 years old, or as a result of having a complete hysterectomy that involves the removal of the uterus. During this time, estrogen levels begin to decline and some women experience symptoms that include sudden and sometimes intense bouts of heat from their neck up, or night sweats that interrupt their sleep, a drenched pillow and bedding, and wet hair.
Relief from these symptoms may be provided with a prescription to buy Divigel. These are individual packets that contain a pre-measured low dose of Estradiol Topical Gel (estrogen) to help you overcome hot flashes.
It’s easy and convenient to simply open the sachet and apply Divigel to an area on your upper thigh once a day. Once you rub it in, Divigel dries fast and does not leave a sticky residue. It is absorbed by your skin, travels to your bloodstream and reaches your estrogen receptors where it acts in the same way as your natural hormones to keep your body working properly.
Taking estrogen orally means it would first travel to your stomach, then to your bloodstream, on to your liver, back to your bloodstream and finally reaches the estrogen receptors. Divigel’s topical application provides a more direct route to the receptors, so that you are able to take a lower and safer dose of estrogen.
Menopause should be a time in your life to celebrate your new found freedom from menstrual cycles and the possibility of an unplanned pregnancy. Unfortunately, many women experience the down-side of menopause as their hormones become unbalanced and they experience: problems sleeping, a decreased sex drive, vaginal dryness, memory loss, and hot flashes with night sweats. Divigel can help you get into the swing of things and enjoy your family, social gatherings, traveling, and sexual intimacy again.
Be absolutely certain you are not pregnant or breast feeding before using Divigel. Explain other medical conditions or allergies you have to your doctor and list any current over the counter medications or Rx drugs you take, including herbal remedies and dietary or vitamin supplements to determine if Divigel is safe for you to apply.
After proper application of Divigel, you should wash your hands thoroughly to reduce the risk of rubbing or touching your eyes. Allow the treated area to dry before dressing and be careful not to let children or pets come into direct contact with Divigel or the site of application. Divigel contains alcohol so avoid smoking or being close to an open flame or fire until Divigel has dried completely.