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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However, Cenestin is not approved as a generic equivalent of Premarin, and may not be automatically substituted for Premarin by pharmacies.
Cenestin is a blend of nine plant-derived, synthetic conjugated estrogens and is FDA approved for treating menopausal symptoms.
Plaintiff alleged that these clauses "'force[d]' various PBMs to refuse a place for Cenestin on their formularies.
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.
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.
Cenestin, Barr's estrogen-only hormone replacement therapy, is being marketed by a 132-person sales force.
3 mg/day of a soy and yam-based synthetic conjugated estrogen, marketed as Cenestin, or placebo.
3 mg/day of a soy-and-yam-based synthetic conjugated estrogen, marketed as Cenestin, or placebo.