HORMONE OPTIMIZATION

Estradiol Patch

This clear, discreet patch helps women with estrogen deficiency feel more like themselves — improving hot flashes, skin and hair changes, mood issues, vaginal dryness, and more.

  • Icon for Eliminates hot flashes and night sweats

    Eliminates hot flashes and night sweats

  • Icon for Improves mood and concentration

    Improves mood and concentration

  • Icon for Improves skin, hair, and cholesterol

    Improves skin, hair, and cholesterol

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Starting at $100 for one month's supply

Product Information

Who it's for
Women experiencing symptoms of estrogen deficiency or menopause can benefit from the Estradiol Patch. These symptoms include:
  • Hot flashes or night sweats

  • Poor sleep

  • Vaginal dryness and/or painful sex

  • Dry skin

  • Hair loss

  • Heart palpitations

  • Increase in allergies

  • Benefits
  • Eliminates hot flashes and night sweats

  • Improves mood and concentration

  • Reduces risk of osteoporosis

  • Improves skin and hair changes

  • Improves sleep

  • Decreases vaginal dryness

  • Improves cholesterol, especially heart protective HDL cholesterol 

  • What to expect
    Results:
  • For some women, estrogen treatment benefits can be noticed in as little as 2 weeks, but it can take a few months to realize the benefits. It can also take some time to optimize dosage for your body — your Modern Age clinician will work with you understand how it's working and adjust as needed.

  • Downsides: 
  • For some women, taking estrogen therapy increases the risk of blood clots, but this is typically only present for estrogen taken orally. By taking estrogen in the patch form, this risk is mitigated.

  • Safety information
  • For anyone with a uterus who is prescribed the Estradiol Patch, we will also prescribe Progesterone. This is to prevent increased thickness of the uterine lining. Progesterone prevents this build-up to ensure there is no increased risk for developing endometrial hyperplasia and cancer.  

  • If you have a history of breast or endometrial cancer, are a BRCA1/2 carrier, have undiagnosed vaginal bleeding, coronary heart disease, blood clots or stroke, estrogen use may not be recommended. 

  • The prescription you need, without the hassle

    • Diagnostic testing

      Your clinician will take your medical history and order diagnostic testing to understand your hormone levels, then create a personalized plan for you.

    • Speedy shipping

      If this product is right for you, you'll get it shipped directly to your home. Anyone with a uterus will also be prescribed Progesterone to ensure proper hormone balance.

    • Ongoing support

      Your Modern Age clinician will check in with you as you take your hormones to ensure you have optimal dosage.

    How to use

    When
    Every 4 days, or as directed by your clinician.
    Where
    Place the patch on your lower stomach or upper buttock area.
    How
    Peel off the backing and apply it to your body.

    What our experts say

    Having a topical form of estrogen offers a great way to utilize hormone therapy, which can be easily adjusted based on your body's particular response.

    ~ Dr. Shoma Datta - Thomas, MD FACOG

    Common Questions

    Does estrogen treatment increase the risk of breast cancer or other cancers?
    No. Recent analyses has revealed that estrogen may in fact help prevent breast cancer, which refuted the 2002 report by Women's Health Initiative that estrogen treatment could increase the risk of this disease. Plus, the original study was assessing oral treatments that are rarely used anymore. 
    How long will I need to be on estrogen therapy?
    There is no set time to stop taking estrogen. Some doctors suggest 5 years for managing hot flashes and other showing symptoms. But managing your estrogen balance later in life could help prevent disease, bone density loss, cholesterol issues, and more. Your Modern Age clincian can help advise what duration of estrogen therapy is right for you. 
    How do I choose between a patch and a pill?
    We do not offer estrogen treatment in pill form, primarily because evidence shows oral estrogen is more strongly associated with blood clots and stroke as compared to estrogen patches or creams. When estrogen is taken in oral form, it engages "clotting cascade", which increases risk of clots. Utilizing non-oral routes like this Estradiol Patch bypasses this risk.
    Why should I get estrogen treatment with Modern Age, when I could also get it from OBGYN or Primary Care?
    OB/GYNs are reproductive health experts, not necessarily hormonal health experts. Modern Age clinicians are specifically trained on hormonal health and the effects it has on your body as you get older. We also perform hormone diagnostic testing to guide our treatments, which allows us to offer a personalized experience with effective results. 

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