Aromex, having the popular generic name of Aromasin, constitutes of Exemestane as its main ingredient that effectively acts as the steroidal inihibitor of enzyme aromatase. Each tablet contains 25 g of Exemestane and various other inactive ingredients like mannitol, crospovidone, polysorbate 80, hypromellose, colloidal silicon dioxide, microcrystalline cellulose, sodium starch glycolate, magnesium stearate, simethicone, polyethylene glycol 6000, sucrose, magnesium carbonate, titanium dioxide, methylparaben, and polyvinyl alcohol.
Why to use
Aromex potentially blocks the aromatase enzyme essential for estrogen production. Oral therapy of the drug is prescribed in vogue for women in their post-menopausal phase suffering from cancer. Aromex is suitable to treat the malignant tumour growth that is proliferated by estrogenous secretion. The drug reduces the estrogen level in blood that helps to prevent or ceasing the growth of malignancy. It also prevents the recurrence of cancerous outgrowth. Aromex is popular amongst professional body builders as restores the normal testosterone level in the blood at the end of a steroid cycle. It successfully helps to eliminate the chances of developing undesired symptoms from the prolonged steroidal cycle.
Aromex is advised to use as recommended by the doctor. As per the medical requirement, current medications, body weight and other medical conditions, the normal suggested dose is a tablet of 25 mg once daily with a glass of water after meal. To get the maximum benefit, maintain a regular schedule of the medication. The treatment can be continued for a period of five years; although your physician can suggest the best about the duration of the treatment. Regular blood tests for monitoring the blood parameters are essential during the treatment.
Aromex have experienced very rare complaints of side-effects when taken in appropriate dosage. Yet, some users complains of
Increased blood pressure
Problems with vision