Anastrozole is a non-steroidal aromatase inhibitor used in medication to treat breast cancer among women after menopause. It decreases the number of estrogens the body is making and helps to reverse the growth of these cancers. It is still the most popular estrogen control drug. Doctors give this to women whose cancer has progressed even after taking tamoxifen. Common side effects include hot flashes, headache, trouble sleeping, stomach upset, vomiting, and others, if these conditions get worse, promptly tell your doctor.
This medication is commonly available in both tablets, Arimidex, and in liquid form. Dosing is typically 0.25, 0.5, or 1.0 mg at a time, at a frequency of once per day or per two days.
The packaging comes with a Patient’s Information Guide that you should read before you start using anastrozole and every time you get a refill. For more information, always consult your doctor before you buy steroids. Dosage is usually based on your age, weight, medical condition, and response to treatment.
Keep available steroids online out children’s reach and avoid exposure from direct sunlight, heat, and, moisture. Safely discard when it reached its expiry date by following the instructions from your physician.