What is raloxifene and why is it prescribed?
Raloxifene increases the density of the bones in the spine and helps to reduce the risk of fractures. Read more
When and how to take raloxifene
Raloxifene is taken in 60 mg tablets once a day. It's important to continue treatment as your doctor advises – even though you won't be able to feel whether it's working.
What are the possible risks and side-effects of raloxifene?
Serious side-effects are rare, but your doctor will probably suggest other treatments if you have menopausal symptoms. Read more
What else should I know about raloxifene?
Raloxifene doesn't usually affect other medicines or vaccinations, but it's recommended you drink alcohol only in moderation. Read more