Cenestin

Cenestin®

Gynecology A plant-derived synthetic estrogen product for treating vasomotor Sx of menopause, possibly of use for osteoporosis. See Menopause.
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Grapefruit and grapefruit juice are also known to boost blood levels of calcium channel blockers (for angina and hypertension); erythromycin (an antibiotic); amiodarone (for heart rhythm problems); Premarin, Prempro, and Cenestin (estrogen preparations); and Xanax (for anxiety and panic).
Research data from a Cincinnati sleep-disorders center show that the plant-derived low-dose estrogen called Cenestin (synthetic conjugated estrogens) reduced nocturnal hot flashes in postmenopausal women by nearly 80 percent.
Drug company Duramed will next month launch a pill called Cenestin as an oestrogen boost to help women over 40 cope with their Viagra--enhanced lovers.
In 1999, the FDA approved a new plant based estrogen called Cenestin, produced by Duramed Pharmaceuticals, which is more chemically similar to Premarin than any other drug currently available.
related to Cenestin, a decline in royalties related to Sandoz's sales of metoprolol succinate extended-release tablets 50mg and a decrease in royalties related to GlaxoSmithKline's sales of Wellbutrin XL.
625 mg/day) based on the average wholesale price for a 100-unit container of Cenestin in the 2002 Red Book.
Cost/day is based on the average wholesale price for a 100-unit container of Cenestin in the 2002 Red Book.
3 mg/day of a soy-and-yam-based synthetic conjugated estrogen, marketed as Cenestin, or placebo.
The estrogen composition of Cenestin is similiar to that of Premarin, the most-prescribed menopause drug in this country.
Duramed) to co-promote and market a new drug for menopause named Cenestin.
Cenestin totaled 351,000 prescriptions, an increase of 134 percent from the third quarter of 2000 and 11 percent from the second quarter of 2001.
Cenestin totaled 317,000 prescriptions, an increase of 194 percent from the second quarter of 2000 and 18 percent from the first quarter of 2001.