Take precautions before using Premarin Cream. If you had a medical history of abnormal bleeding in the vagina that has not been looked at, liver disease, heart attack, stroke, blood clot, hormone-related cancer, breast cancer, vaginal cancer, uterine/cervical cancer or if you have a higher risk of developing blood clots because of a heart problem or a family history of blood disorder.
If you are pregnant, you should not use Premarin Cream. If you think you might be pregnant, inform your doctor immediately.
If you are not yet past menopause, speak to your doctor about the best contraceptive options available to you during your treatment with Premarin Cream. This medication has a possibility of weakening the latex material used in condoms, diaphragm, or cervical cap.
While using Premarin Cream, you are at risk of blood clots, a stroke, or heart attack, and an even greater risk if you have a history of high blood pressure, diabetes, high cholesterol levels, if you are overweight, or if you smoke.
Estrogen may increase the likelihood of developing heart disease, stroke, breast cancer, uterine cancer, ovarian cancer, or dementia. It is also likely to slow the production of breast milk and you should speak to your doctor if you are currently breastfeeding.
Inform your doctor of your complete medical history to determine if Premarin Cream is right for you, especially if you have had a hysterectomy, heart disease, liver problems, jaundice, kidney disease, gallbladder disease, asthma, epilepsy, migraines, lupus, endometriosis, hereditary angioedema, porphyria, thyroid disorder, or high calcium levels in your blood.
Premarin Cream is only approved to be used by adults over the age of eighteen.