Rules For Consumption Of Drugs Containing Letrozole?
yesterday I went to the SpOG doctor and was prescribed femaplek, 1 x 2 tab, whether it was drunk in the morning at the same time 2 tabs or the same morning in the afternoon, thank you
Thank you for the question.
The drug you mentioned has the active composition of Letrozole, which is an aromatase inhibitor class of drugs that works by inhibiting the enzymes that convert the hormone androgen to estrogen. With the consumption of this drug, it is expected that estrogen levels in the body can be reduced. These drugs are often prescribed by post-menopausal women with positive hormone receptor breast cancer, whose growth can be triggered by high estrogen. Through the consumption of letrozole, estrogen levels can be lowered, and it is hoped that cancer cell growth can be slowed or even prevented from recurring after treatment. In addition to the conditions above, this drug is also often given by doctors as fertility therapy in women who have difficulty getting pregnant, which is because of its ability to stimulate ovarian function.
Regarding your question, unfortunately we are not authorized to explain what the exact meaning of the drug etiquette that the doctor gave you. Because, considering thatetrozole is also not a class of over-the-counter drugs, you also don't explain in detail for what reason you were finally given the drug. Therefore, in order to avoid misinterpretation and risk of dangerous side effects due to improper drug consumption, you should ask the obstetrician directly who prescribed it.
I hope this helps.