Why buy Mamofen (Tamoxifen) for Cancer?
Mamofen is an FDA approved breast cancer drug. Mamofen tablet helps reduce the risk of developing cancer in women who haven’t been diagnosed but are at higher than the average risk of having cancer. Aside from that, it’s cheaper than any other treatment for breast cancer such as:
- Hormone Therapy
- Targeted Therapy
You can purchase Mamofen here at the lowest price possible.
How does Mamofen (Tamoxifen) work?
Mamofen contains Tamoxifen as an active ingredient. It is known as a “Systemic Treatment” that works by blocking the estrogen in the body. Mamofen can stop the estrogen from encouraging the cancer cells to grow. Tamoxifen is the most-prescribed selective estrogen receptor modular (SERN). It has been used for over 40 years in treating metastatic breast cancers and hormone receptor-positive breast cancer.
How to use Mamofen (Tamoxifen)?
Take this medicine as directed by your doctor. Your dosage and the duration of treatment depend on the advice of your doctor. The daily recommended dose is 20mg. It is divided in half and taken 2 times per day in the morning and evening. You can take Mamofen in a full and in an empty stomach. Take the drug at the same time each day. Swallow it as a whole and do not chew the tablet.
What are the side effects of Mamofen (Tamoxifen)?
Mamofen tablet may cause some side effects just like any other drug. The common side effects that you might experience are fatigue, nausea and skin rash. There are some serious side effects too. Serious side effects are blurred vision, genital itching, and unusual vaginal bleeding. Call your doctor if you experience any signs of stroke and blood clot.
Warning and Precautions
There are things that you should keep in mind when using Mamofen. These are the following:
- Do not use Mamofen if you’re pregnant.
- Do not use this drug if you’re allergic to it.
- Avoid taking this drug if you have a history of blood clots in your veins.
- Do not use this if you’re taking a blood thinner like warfarin.
- Tell your doctor if you have received chemotherapy or any other treatments in the past.