HRT and spotting and breast tenderness

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Hi there,

I have been on Prometrium 100mg and Estrace 1mg for 2 months now.  The last two days I have been spotting and cramping and breast tenderness all month.  Is this normal being on the HRT and can someone give me advice on this site.  I am worried and have left my Gynecologist a message on this.  If anyone can give me there input on if they have been through this.

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    Glad to be of help I just checked mine and it does say about breast tenderness nausea and abodinal cramp hope you find the anwer
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      I checked on line and it was quite vague. No leaflet with the medication. The first month was great and now I feel tired and campy and spotting so what changed I do not know.
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    That's bad all medication should come with a leaflet maybe you have to give it a bit longer so the body gets used to it or if you feel you not suited to it you could try another form I did when I went on it before two years ago
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    Yasmina,

    It is normal for me! My breast get so tender at times I think it's water retention that I feel throughout my body. But yes my breasts can get tender and sore. Are you fibrosistic? I am and I have had them swell which causes the pain. It's a give and take, nothing is perfect so I deal with it as the other menopausal symptoms are much worse for me. xx

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    Sorry to hear you suffer from f yes it probably water retention I get pain under breast bone must be menapousal symptoms what we women have to deal with
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