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During the second consultation, your patient states she is feeling better. Her hot flashes have diminished considerably; instead of awakening three times per night with a hot flash, she is awakening once every other night. She is applying Bi-Est 30 mg/ml 80:20, 3 drops in the morning and 3 drops in the evening. Go to the “2nd Consultation Rx Calculator,” and calculate her 2nd Bi-Est Rx. The new dose is:
During the second consultation, a different one of your patients states she is feeling better. Her hot flashes have ceased, but she has developed mild breast tenderness x two weeks. She is applying Bi-Est 30 mg/ml (80:20), 2 drops in the morning and 2 drops in the evening. Her next optimal Rx and Sig are:
The “2nd Consultation Questionnaire” reveals that yet another of your patients is applying 6 drops of progesterone in the evening. Although her mood and sleep have improved, she still has disturbances in both. Based on these symptoms, your recommendation could be:
The Followup Questionnaire for the 2nd Consultation reveals that your patient is applying 6 drops of progesterone 200 mg/ml in the evening and is awakening a tad groggy. Your recommendation, ascertained by the “2nd Consultation Rx Calculator,” is:
Which of the following are true for Bi-Est of any strength and ratio?
Using Bi-est dosages as an example, the optimal amount of drops matter. What of the following is true?