Ogen User Reviews

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Ogen User Reviews

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Comment from: 55-64 on Treatment for 10+ years (Patient) Published: September 02

I have been on this medication for over 25 years after a complete historectomy with no complications. I have tried the generic several times and always have side effects- sleeplessness, forgetfullness, edgy, etc. I just want to know why Ogen was discontinued? Anybody know?

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Comment from: MLB, 55-64 on Treatment for 2-5 years (Patient) Published: June 09

NO NO don't discontinue OGEN!! After a hellatious search for a med for low estrogen (primary interest-cognitive symptoms)came upon Ogen. The only one that worked for me. Higher dose (1.25) did not result in high serum estrogen (metabolizes fast). I could work, remember, feel positive and focus. I was saved! AND then Ogen was discontinued. I am truely lost, the generic...every side effect and some I never had before. AND wrong dosage and absorption. LOST!! Going to compound pharmacy and hope.

Comment from: 65-74 on Treatment for 5-10 years Published: February 17

Ogen is gentle, and after surgery, it provided the necessary balance that I required. I also had the uterus removed along with the ovaries and this medication has been wonderful. I was told that this medication was no longer being made and I wonder why, and also what can I take that is the equivalent.

Comment from: worldon1, 35-44 on Treatment for less than 1 month (Patient) Published: November 02

only eases effects of menopause, weight gain is a problem

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Comment from: kathy, 55-64 on Treatment for 2-5 years (Patient) Published: December 22

i found this medications taken with progesterone helped greatly with hot flushes and mood swings. i wanted to resume this medication but apparently it is discontinued - WHY?

Comment from: 45-54 on Treatment for less than 1 month (Patient) Published: August 06

I was prescribed Ogen 0.625mg for relief of hot flashes and sleep disturbance. I don't know how long it is supposed to take for improvement of symptoms, but I have been taking it for 1 1/2 weeks with no relief. I will probably discontinue use due to nausea side effect.

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Comment from: Erinka, 45-54 on Treatment for 10+ years (Patient) Published: March 05

I absolutely love"d" this drug. I had absolutely "NO" side effects with it. Whereas with Premarin I had weight gain, water retention, "VERY" tender/sore breasts, mood swings, etc. I am not trying the 0.325 oral of premarin to see if it will subside the side effects. Not sure why the company has discontinued making ogen, not too pleased with that.

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Comment from: bsf, 45-54 on Treatment for 1-6 months (Patient) Published: November 24

Improvement on hot flashes and sleep, while weight gain and bloating have been an issue.

Comment from: green.side.up, 75 or over on Treatment for 10+ years (Patient) Published: January 03

I have been using a .625 generic of Ogen (Watson 414)since it became available. Altho I am 78 years old, hot flashes made my life miserable since a partial hysterectomy many years ago. I have tried to go off of estroget, but day and night flashes return. Benefits outweigh the risks in my opinion. I hope it is not made from pregnant horse urine like Premarin. I object to their vile treatment of horses.

Comment from: xemelka, 55-64 on Treatment for 2-5 years (Patient) Published: October 14

I love ogen. Long after menopause, I started having dreanching night sweats. My doctor prescribed this tiny amount of ogen -Instantly the night sweats disappeared. Since I see no difference at all between generic & name brand, I take the generic. Great benifits, no side effects and inexpencive.

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