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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(88) One competitor to Premarin, Cenestin, a mixture of synthetic estrogens, has been approved.
The effects of synthetic conjugated estrogens, a (cenestin) on trabecularbone structure and strength in the ovariectomized rat model.
Cenestin is a blend of nine plant-derived, synthetic conjugated estrogens and is FDA approved for treating menopausal symptoms.
In March 1999, Duramed obtained FDA approval to start marketing Cenestin, which is also considered a conjugated estrogen product.
of Bala Cynwyd, Pa., which markets SCE-A under the trade name Cenestin.
of Bala Cynwyd, Pa., which markets SCE-A under the trade name Cenestin. Duramed is a wholly owned subsidiary of Barr Pharmaceuticals.
Lower doses of estrogen therapy are also available orally as Estrace .5, Cenestin .3, .45, Premarin .45, and by transdermal patch as ClimaraPro (.045 estradiol with progestin), Climara .0375, Climara .025, Menostar .014, Vivelle .0375 and Vivelle .025.
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.
The effects of synthetic conjugated estrogens, a (cenestin) on trabecular bone structure and strength in the ovariectomized rat model.