Evamist menopause spray is an estrogen spray that is used to control hot flashes for women going through menopause. It is sprayed on the inner arm. Like other medications, it has risks associated with its use.
Children exposed to Evamist show early signs of puberty such as breast growth and sensitivity. According to a spokesperson for the FDA, an unintended exposure can be characterized by casual contact. This includes hugging or simply touching. Even pets can ingest the medication when the owner’s arm is licked. Dog’s symptoms include mammary or nipple enlargement and swelling of the vulva.
If you or someone you know is using Evamist, precautions should be taken. The user should wear long sleeves and if a child is exposed they should be washed with soap right away. By taking these precautions you will be eliminating any possible harm it can inflict upon them.