Help get horse pee ads off the air and out of magazines

Duavee ad, August 2014, Better Homes and Gardens.
August 2014, Better Homes and Gardens.

Ridiculous.

Menopause is not a disease. It is a natural change in hormones that takes place when women begin to move past their childbearing years.

Hot flashes may occur and make you uncomfortable during that time. Last I heard hot flashes caused by menopause most likely will never kill you.

Last class action lawsuit I saw demonstrates that drugs made with horse pee such as Premarin, Prempro, Premphase and its latest incarnation — DUAVEE — can cause cancer. The World Health Organization has been saying this for a long while. Drugs made with conjugated equine estrogens are known carcinogens.

Premarin Cream ads peddle the idea to menopausal woman that they are too dried up to enjoy sex. Really?

If women are old enough to have symptoms of menopause, surely they are old enough to know what lube is and how to use it.

SOUND THE ALERT!

Let us know when and where you see advertisements for Premarin, Premarin Cream, Duavee (or Duavive in the EU) by completing the form below.

If aired on television, we must know which show you were watching please and the time. When we contact television stations their staff do not want to look it up. Let’s make it as easy for them as we can so they will co-operate.

Here’s the form. Fill in the revelant bits. Click submit when you are ready. Your information will be sent directly to our inbox. Thank you!

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What are we doing with this information? We are getting these ads off the air and out of magazines by alerting advertisers to the nature of these products.

Oprah (I thought she had retired or something) ignores all requests and still advertising Premarin Cream. I guess she doesn’t care. And she’s a horse owner too.

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10 thoughts on “Help get horse pee ads off the air and out of magazines”

  1. Thank you so MUCH !! This is a GREAT effort to fight for !! I was a victim of Premarin many years ago.

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    1. Virginia, do you mind my asking what trouble you had with Premarin? So many of my friends use it.

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      1. You didn’t ask me but warn your friends that Premarin and Duavee are made with pregnant mare’s urine and the estrogens used known carcinogens.

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        1. Okay, thanks, so true. It’s funny that Premarin has “mare” in it pretty much, but people are often astonished to hear that it’s from mares. On the flip side, my doctor told me it’s more effective because it’s more “identical” to humans, but hopefully folks can explore herbal-type options instead. Oh, and sorry, I was the one whining about the article’s comments about menopause — please know that I think what you’re doing for horses is amazing and wonderful. But for a natural process, menopause can be so awful! It’s probably our modern lives, nothing about menopause itself.

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        1. Unfortunately, not. If one can make an argument that it’s not only cruel to horses, but dangerous to humans, all the better.

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  2. I don’t mean to be rude, but your attitude toward hot flashes: “they won’t kill you” is extremely dismissive about what can be a terribly debilitating symptom of menopause, ranging from mild to incredibly severe. I agree with you about horse hormones; they’re a terrible way both to humans and horses to fix the problems that seem to occur alongside menopause. But better that you be less dismissive about hot flashes and “v-jay” atrophy, which, by the way, is not reversed or always helped by lubricants. What you’re doing is WONDERFUL and I applaud you, but please tone down the ‘tude a bit toward women who are suffering, and consider suggesting that they seek alternate resources to conquer the misery rather than hormones from mares.

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  3. You need to add newspaper advertising as a contact because the Sunday Seattle Times had a full page ad in one of their entertainment sections. It looks like all of the lawsuits has forced them to list all of the side effects from using this poison and was there a long list of life threatening side effects that would scare anyone thinking about using any of this stuff.

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