Menosan is an ayurvedic herbal medication that is used to inhibit a range of unpleasant symptoms related to the menopause. Its formula does not contain any synthetic estrogens. Main ingredients of Menosan are phytoestrogens. They cause estrogenic effects similar to those that are produced in a human body on the natural basis.
Generally an appropriate dosage intake covers 1 or 2 pills that may be applied before meals or when it is necessary. In order to achieve best results this medication should be taken for a few weeks in succession. Due to a unique herbal formula that has only natural ingredients, the intake of this medication leads to effective and long lasting results. Contact your health care advisor concerning a personal dosage schedule that is best for your case. Take this medication only as directed.
Menosan is a natural herbal product and it is safe for health. There are no precautions identified for the usage of this product. Consult your doctor in case you may be allergic to any herbal component of this medication.
No contraindications have been identified.
Possible side effect
Patients have not suffered from any side effects while taking this medication.
There are no any drug interactions known.
In case you have missed to take a dose of this medication, take it as soon as possible. If you are already supposed to take your next dose, do not take the dose you forgot and keep your ordinary dosage schedule. Avoid compensating a missed dose by taking an extra one.
Overdosing is not supposed to occur, however in case you have suffered from any side effect, immediately seek medical help and notify your health care professional.
This medicine is stored at room temperature away from sunlight, heat, moisture. Avoid storing it in the bathroom. Keep all drugs away from reach of children and pets.
This medication has following extracts: ashoka (saraca indica) and shatavari (asparagus racemosus).
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