Estratest


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Estratest

(ĕs′trə-tĕst′)
A trademark for a drug preparation containing esterified estrogens and methyltestosterone.
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There is no current government approved testosterone product for use in treating symptoms of sexual dysfunction in women Past prescription formulations that have been available but are no longer available from pharmaceutical companies have included something called Estratest.
In 2006, the Network petitioned the FDA to halt the marketing of Estratest and Syntest, two estrogen/testosterone products that are labeled for treatment of vasomotor symptoms of menopause (e.
A recent study reported an increased risk of breast cancer in women using combined estrogen/testosterone replacement, including the Estratest combination, but the study has flaws that preclude firm conclusions.
Estratest is the one approved testosterone replacement medication for U.
The term "synthetic" has been used for the non-native, non-bioidentical hormones such as Premarin, Provera, Estratest, etc.
Currently, two American products are made up of androgen and estrogen, Estratest and Estratest H.
Estratest, a combined testosterone-oestragen hormone preparation, is one of the first drugs shown to have an effect on the desire centres in the brain.
The consumer protection lawsuit was brought by purchasers of the hormone replacement drug Estratest who charged that Solvay deceptively marketed and falsely advertised Estratest.
The FDA recently began a formal process to investigate whether Estratest and Estratest HS, both estrogen/androgen combinations, are effective for the treatment of moderate to severe menopausal hot flashes in women who don't respond to estrogen alone.
The two products affected by these proceedings are Estratest and Estratest H.