esterified estrogen

esterified estrogen

[ester′ifīd]
an ester of natural estrogen.
indications It is prescribed for menstrual irregularities, contraception, and menopausal symptoms.
contraindications It should not be used in anticipation of cardiovascular benefits because results from a clinical trial (HERS) found that its use was associated with an increased risk of unstable angina and myocardinal infarction. Pregnancy, known or suspected breast cancer, thrombophlebitis, vaginal bleeding of unknown origin, or known hypersensitivity to this drug prohibits its use.
adverse effects Among the more serious adverse effects are gallbladder disease, thromboembolic disease, and a possible increase in risk of cancer.
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Uncertainties and risks include, but are not limited to, the risk that the Company may in the future face increased difficulty in importing raw materials and/or increased competition for its Esterified Estrogen with Methyltestosterone Tablet product; competitive conditions for the Company's other products may intensify; the Company may be required to seek the approval of the U.
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Executed an exclusive license and supply agreement for Esterified Estrogen raw material.
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1996;16:1473-1480] in cynomolgus monkeys who were fed an atherogenic diet and then treated with esterified estrogen, esterified estrogen plus methyltestosterone, or placebo have shown that esterified estrogen significantly reduces the amount of LDL taken up by the coronary artery and adding methyltestosterone to that does not attenuate this beneficial effect.
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