anti-oestrogenic

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anti-oestrogenic

adjective Referring to an effect that suppresses or inhibits oestrogenic activity.
 
noun An agent that counters oestrogenic activity.
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Clomiphene is an anti-estrogenic modulator, which is prohibited at all times by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA).
It is unclear if these phytoestrogens have an estrogenic or anti-estrogenic effect.
 In 2016, before UFC he was tested positive for anti-estrogenic agents. He had then said that he had not realized that he was taking banned substances.
Smoking was confirmed to be strongly associated with persistent hot flashes, due to tobacco's well-researched anti-estrogenic effects.
This finding suggests that 3-MC exerts a strong anti-estrogenic effect by downregulating ER[alpha] expression.
Phytoestrogens, structurally not identical to human hormones, have mixed estrogenic and anti-estrogenic effects, which depend on the tissue.
The beneficial side effects due to its anti-estrogenic effect on the breast and mild agonistic effect on bone, vagina and serum lipids make Ormeloxifene more preferable for treatment of menorrhagia.
Tamoxifen belongs to selective estrogen receptor modulators (SERMs) class of drugs, which is having both estrogenic and anti-estrogenic effects.
Regarding agents with anti-estrogenic activity the only data currently available date back to 2006 and the same discussion can be done for narcotics for which there are data only for the years 2009 and 2010, respectively, with a consumption of 3.8% and 2.1%, with an average of 2.9%.
Many breast cancer patients are prescribed tamoxifen as adjuvant therapy, but the anti-estrogenic effects of tamoxifen may not prevent pregnancy (Cancer Imaging 2008;8:135-45).
The parent compound 1- bis(3'-indolyl)methane is derived from indole-3- carbinol and exhibits estrogenic anti-estrogenic anti- androgenic and Ah receptor agonist activity [1 2].
Vegetables such as broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, kale and Brussels sprouts have a natural compound Indole 3-carbinole (I3C) - which occurs when the vegetables are chopped or eaten - and this has anti-estrogenic properties that can protect against cervical cancer.