EVAMIST Reviews

Average Rating: 3.2 (15 Ratings)

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RATING  REASONSIDE EFFECTS FOR EVAMISTCOMMENTSSEXAGEDURATION/
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DATE ADDED
 
 2  After full hysterectomy I am still with lots hot flashes on night F 50 30 days
3 spray 3X D
11/27/2020
 1  Menopause, hot flashes Breakthrough bleeding Sprayer is horrible—very inconsistent. Dropped off nightstand on carpet but that made it stop working! Waste of a very expensive drug. Way too expensive, unrealistic, insurance won’t even cover it. F 54 100 days
1 spray
9/22/2019
 4  Hot flashes and night sweats I had a full hysterectomy in December of 2105. I have started evamist 3 weeks ago. Yesterday I began having cramps similar to menstrual cramps. Today they are awful. Any thoughts? F 40 3 weeks
1 spray
3/17/2019
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 5  ovaries removed before menopause none Love Evamist started at one spray per day but had to move up to 3 per day to get the best results. Have used this since 2008 along with prometrium 100mg due to still having uterus. No problems in ten years. Some hot flashes but rarely. In last year have cut back to 2 per day and just recently cut back to 1 per day trying to see if I can stop, so far so good, but have experienced some hot flashes. Evamist has been a life saver, best product tried. F 60 10 years
3X D
3/10/2018
 4  Hot flashes May have to up dose to 2 sprays/day. Hot flashes much better, but still get a couple a day and hot at night. Take with 100 mg or prometrium. Curious if anyone else takes prometrium and how much. Dr. said if I increase to 2 sprays, to take 2 prometrium (200 mg). F 52 6 weeks
1.53 mg 1X D
1/13/2017
 5  Total hysterectomy with bilateral Dry eyes I am a mother of four and fairly young saved my sanity and my sex life F 32 2 months
2 sprays d
6/18/2016
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 1  Dr. Suggestion Hair loss.....too much. My doctor told me to stop immediately before I become bald. F 51 33 days
1.53 mg 1X D
8/23/2015
 1  Menopause I had to take 2 shots in each arm to get my hot flashes and uncontrollable sweating to stop. From the very first spray, I got a numbing in my fingers. I NEVER had that before. Even after stopping, the numbing continued for years. I'm an artist and I work with my hands. That was very scary! F 52 4 days
1/14/2015
 3  removed uterus when I took too much of it I was experiencing anxiety. I went to see a natural hormone doctor on suzanne somers website from her latest book called i'm too young for this. your body obsorbs the natural hormones in a water soluble cream much better than the alcohol based delivery system and it is healthier. Because of this you have to take much less mg of estrogen. F 53 6 months
4X D
3/25/2014
 3  Hysterectomy Headache F 46 2 weeks
10/9/2012
 1  perimenopause low estrogen symptoms of worsening arthritis/headaches/chills/hot flashes/muscle aches/ Revising my review of 3/22/11. Within a month after starting it, I noticed it wore off after about 8 hours. At 12 hours I had to spray it again (per doctor's okay). The bottle only has 75 sprays and if you are doing 6 sprays a day it gets very expensive, and it didn't relieve all my symtoms even at that dose and the arthritis in my fingers worsened to where they are now bent and deformed from lack of estrogen. Plus, I couldn't hold my pets without long sleeves on (to protect them from the estrogen spray). Currently, back on the estradiol pill taken twice a day (only $4 month out of pocket cost) and not happy with the weight gain and dizziness on the generic estradiol pill, so will be looking to start Premarin soon. F 51 1 years
3 sprays 2X D
3/14/2012
 5  Hot Flashes, Insomnia No side effects. I had horrible hot flashes that were once an hour at least and terrible insomnia. It does not work instantly. It took about three weeks to fully get rid of them but now I am fine. I too lost about 5 pounds and have good energy again. It's a lifesaver to me! F 51 1 months
One spray 1X D
3/28/2011
 5  perimenopause Started this after having rashes from vivelle-dot and climara patches. It is considered low dose (each spray equals about a .025 patch, so 3 sprays are equal to a .075 patch). The patches gave me migraines, headaches, rashes, extreme bloating, hunger, dry eyes and weight gain. So did the estradiol pills. Evamist caused none of those problems, and I felt like I was 25 y/o again! Brain working right, sleeping great, no bloating, no hot sweats at night, did not gain weight and in fact I lost weight on Evamist because I wasn't feeling like I had to have brownies and potato chips all the time (like the patches and pills caused). The downside is how expensive this spray is. But I love it and am going to start it up again. I had stopped EVAMIST to try the pills (estradiol) to save money. The pills (estrace generic) were the worst for side effects. Love my Evamist! F 51 60 days
3 sprays 1X D
3/22/2011
 5  Menopause Tender breasts during the first week of use Evamist is a wonderful bioidentical estrogen that has totally gotten rid of my hot flashes and allows me to sleep at night. Started on 2 sprays a day and had to go up to 3 to get rid of symptoms. After 9 months, went back down to 2 and am doing great. You may want to consider using some natural OTC progesterone cream (like Progest)to oppose the estrogen if you still have your uterus. F 55 18 months
2 sprays 1X D
7/9/2010
 3  menopause F 54 60 days
30 1X D
4/28/2010
  

EVAMIST  (ESTRADIOL):  This medication is a female hormone (estrogen). It is absorbed through the skin and enters into the bloodstream. It is used by women to help reduce a certain symptom of menopause (hot flashes). Symptoms of menopause are caused by the body making less estrogen. If you are using estrogens to treat only vaginal symptoms of menopause (such as vaginal dryness/burning/itching), products applied directly inside the vagina should be considered before medications that are taken by mouth, absorbed through the skin, or injected.   (Sources: U.S. Centers for Medicare Services, FDA)

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