Livial

Women experience different symptoms of menopause, such as the face, neck, and chest hot flashes, irregular menstrual cycle, night sweats, weight gain, hair thinning and mood changes. Although you may not experience these side effects all at once, it can still be quite bothersome, and disrupt your daily life.

If you want to treat or manage these menopausal symptoms, you can take Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) medications to help replenish your natural hormone levels. Livial is an HRT medicine that contains an active ingredient tibolone. Your body will break it down to create oestrogen, progesterone, and androgen. Doing so ensures you don’t experience any of the uncomfortable and sometimes painful symptoms.

Read this article to know more about Livial–its benefits, how it works, and possible side effects.

  • Contains a non-hormonal active ingredient
  • Alleviates bothersome menopausal symptoms
  • With lower cancer risks
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  • Sourced in the UK
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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Livial? 

Livial is a Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) medicine that contains an active ingredient tibolone. Tibolone is a tibolone that acts like oestrogen, progesterone, and androgen receptors’ agonist. It used to treat menopausal symptoms in women who have not had their period for at least 12 months.

How does Livial work? 

The active ingredient of Livial is not limited to one hormone; your body breaks down the ingredient to create the hormones (oestrogen and progestogen) themselves. With this ingredient, it helps restore the hormone levels to normal since the body’s production of hormones, especially oestrogen, drops during menopause. 

Once the body completes the process of breaking down the tibolone into hormones, it prevents or manages menopausal symptoms, such as the face, neck, and chest hot flashes, irregular menstrual cycle, night sweats, weight gain, hair thinning, and mood changes.

Benefits of taking Livial Tablets

As your oestrogen levels drop during menopause, you may experience symptoms that can disrupt your daily routines, such as flashes in the face, neck, and chest, irregular menstrual cycle, night sweats, weight gain, thinning of hair, and mood changes. But when you take HRT treatment, like Livial, your hormone levels go back to its normal balance; thus, treating or minimising the effects of menopause.

How to use Livial? 

Like any prescription-only medicine, Livial should be taken as prescribed by your doctor. You should follow the dose and schedule as per your doctor’s instruction to ensure your symptoms are treated properly, and medical complications can be avoided. You can also refer to the directions provided in the enclosed patient information leaflet.

If it has not been 12 months since your last natural period, you can start taking Livial immediately. However, if you are changing over from a period of being HRT-free, have never used HRT in the past, you used HRT for hysterectomy treatment, or if you are under any treatment for endometriosis, you should start taking Livial when your next period ends. 

As mentioned, your doctor will prescribe the lowest dose possible to manage your symptoms. The recommended dose is one tablet taken at approximately the same time every day. Take the tablet out of the foil and swallow it whole with water; do not chew the tablet. 

You should take the tablet with the label that corresponds to the day of the week you’re taking starting the treatment. So, if you’re starting the treatment on Tuesday, take the pill under the Tuesday label. Then, follow the direction of the arrow as you continue with the treatment and until you finish your pack. After the first pack, continue with the next one on the next day without skipping any days.

If you forget to take your pill on your usual schedule, take it as soon as you remember. However, if more than 12 have lapsed, you should skip the missed pill and take your next one following your usual schedule. Also, if you are going to take any lab tests or undergo any surgery, you should stop taking Livial for four (4) to six (6) weeks before the surgery and inform your doctor that you are using it as HRT treatment.

Want To Know More About Livial?

Livial is a serious medication that should not be taken lightly. You should inform your doctor about any current medical conditions and treatment before taking Livial. 

You should not take Livial if you have or have had any of the following:

  • Breast cancer or suspects of having breast cancer
  • Oestrogens-sensitive cancer
  • Unexplained vaginal bleeding
  • Excessive thickening of the womb lining or endometrial hyperplasia
  • A blood clot in a vein
  • A blood clotting disorder
  • A disease due to blood clotting in the arteries
  • Liver disease
  • Porphyria–a rare blood problem
  • Allergies to any of Livial’s ingredients
  • Pregnant or suspects to be pregnant
  • Breastfeeding or lactating

You should also inform your doctor if you have any of the following conditions as it can affect your Livial prescription:

  • Fibroids inside the womb
  • Growth of the womb lining outside of your womb or endometriosis
  • High risk of developing blood clots
  • An increased risk of cancer with oestrogen sensitivity
  • High blood pressure
  • Liver disorder
  • Diabetes
  • Gallstones
  • Migraines or severe headaches
  • An immune system disease that affects many organs
  • Epilepsy
  • Asthma
  • Eardrum- and hearing- affecting disease
  • Blood with a very high level of fat
  • Fluid retention because of cardiac or kidney problems

Also, Livial may affect or be affected by the ingredients of other medicines. You should inform your doctor beforehand if you are taking any of the following medications:

  • Epilepsy treatments
  • Tuberculosis medications
  • Medicines for HIV infection
  • Herbal remedies that contain St John’s Wort.

It is best to let your doctor know about any of your medications or maintenance medicines to advise you with other alternative treatments, if necessary.

Moreover, studies state that taking HRT treatments increases your chances of developing an excessive thickening of the lining of the womb, cancer of the womb lining, and breast cancer. Therefore, you should consistently conduct self-assessments and inform your doctor about any changes in your body or signs that you may notice.

During your first HRT treatment, you are also prone to blood clots. Again, if you notice any possible signs of a blood clot, contact your doctor immediately.

If you notice any of these signs while taking Livial, you should stop taking it right away:

  • Increase in your blood pressure
  • Jaundice or yellowing of the skin or the whites of your eyes
  • First-time migraine-type headaches
  • Notice any signs of a blood clot

Although using Livial has a lower risk for developing its associated risks, it is still important to know its possible side effects. Hence, the list below.

  • Breast pain
  • Stomach or pelvic pain
  • Unusual hair growth
  • Vaginal bleeding or spotting
  • More vaginal secretions, itching, irritation, thrush, and other vaginal problems
  • Thickening of the womb lining or cervix lining
  • Weight gain

You can also search for Livial 2.5mg and weight gain Livial reviews online to know what side effects other women are experiencing while using this treatment. If you experience any of these effects, contact your doctor right away to get medical advice.

You can purchase this medicine at any pharmacy; however, you will need a prescription from your doctor. You can also buy this HRT medication at any online pharmacy, like True Medical, but you will be required to undergo an online consultation to determine if Livial is the right treatment for your condition and symptoms.