Fentizol? VT 600
It is important that the total daily dose is taken at one time. It may be taken with or without food.
Atropy of the lower urogenital tract: 4-8 mg/day for the first weeks, followed by a gradual reduction, based on relief of symptoms, until a maintenance dosage (e.g. 1-2 mg/day) is
Pre and postoperative therapy in postmenopausal women undergoing vaginal surgery: 4-8 mg/day in the 2 weeks before surgery; 1-2 mg/day in the 2 weeks after surgery.
Climacteric complaints such as hot flushes and night sweating: 4-8 mg/day during the first weeks, followed by a gradual reduction. For maintenance therapy the lowest effective dosage should be used.
A diagnostic aid in case of a doubtful atrophic cervical smear: 2-4 mg/day for 7 days before taking the next smear.
Infertility due to cervical hostility: In general 1-2 mg/day on days 6-15 of the menstrual cycle. However, for some patients dosages as low as 1 mg/day are sufficient, whereas others may need up to 8 mg/day. Therefore, the dosage should be increased each month until an optimal effect on the cervical mucus is obtained.
Vaginal cream or pessary
Menopausal atrophic vaginitis: As 0.01% or 0.1% cream or 500 mcg pessary: Apply 500 mcg once daily, reduce to twice wkly subsequently.