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Is estratest (esterified estrogens and methylestosterone) a biochemical hormone?

Is estratest (esterified estrogens and methylestosterone) a biochemical hormone?

Yes...: ...But perhaps you mean bioidentical. All hormones are biochemicals. Estratest (esterified estrogens and methylestosterone) is a combination of methyltestosteone, which is synthetic and not the same as your own testosterone, and mixed estrogen hormones which are excreted by pregnant mares in their urine. These hormones are similar to, but not identical to, natural human hormones. ...Read more

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Hormone (Definition)

A hormone (from greek ὁρμή, "impetus") is a chemical released by a cell or a gland in one part of the body that sends out messages that affect cells in other parts of the organism. Only a little amount of hormone is required to alter cell metabolism. In essence, it is a chemical messenger that transports a signal from ...Read more


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Is beta-hydroxybutyrate a hormone?

Is beta-hydroxybutyrate a hormone?

No: Hi. No, beta-hydroxybutyrate is not a hormone. It is a so-called "ketone body", manufactured by the liver as a fuel for non-CNS tissues in states of extreme starvation, OR in diabetic ketoacidosis from not enough insulin. ...Read more

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Is there a bioidentical hormone of HGH?

Is there a bioidentical hormone of HGH?

It is possible: to obtain true human HGH from cadavers. However this has not been used anywhere in the world since 1985, according to Wikipedia. The HGH available now is recombinant HGH and is created in a lab. ...Read more

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Which placental hormone acts like a growth hormone? Is it prolactin?

Not easy to get it!: That is an important but tough question. I have gone online to see what I could find and I thought the best is "www.yourhormones.info/glands/placenta.aspx" Not easy to follow but I bet you can make it. ...Read more

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What is "bioidentical" hormone?

What is "bioidentical" hormone?

Similar: The idea of bioidentical hormones is to give patients the same hormone their body produces without synthetic or chemical alteration. Estradiol (made by the ovary) if delivered through the skin is not altered by the liver & is therefore, bioidentical. Prometrium (micronized progesterone) (progesterone) is bioidentical whereas Provera (chemically altered progesterone) is not. ...Read more

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What is hormone? Or female hormone?

What is hormone? Or female hormone?

Google it: There are many substances floating in the blood, including Estrogens - female hormones. ...Read more

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Parathyroid hormone is an important hormone. Why?

Blood calcium: Parathyroid hormone is critical for maintaining a normal blood calcium level through its actions on bone, kidney and indirectly on the intestine. Absence of the hormone causes a marked lowering of blood calcium and a variety of symptoms. ...Read more

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Is menest (esterified estrogens) a bioidentical hormone?

Is menest (esterified estrogens) a bioidentical hormone?

No: Menest (esterified estrogens) consists of esterified Estrogens such as sodium estrone sulfate and sodium equilin sulfate. Bioidentical estrogen would be pricipally estradiol, as well as estrone and estriol. ...Read more

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Is the prometrium (micronized progesterone) a bio identical hormone?

Prometrium (micronized progesterone): Yes. Prometrium (micronized progesterone) is natural Progesterone and is a bio identical hormone to human progesterone. ...Read more

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Is biochemical hormone replacement therapy effective?

Is biochemical hormone replacement therapy effective?

Bioidenticals: Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (bhrt) has gained popularity as a strategy for keeping hormones balanced beyond the body's ability to supply us. Bioidentical hormones are different from synthetic hormones because they are derived from sources such as soy and yams, that are naturally occurring. These hormones have the same chemical structure as the hormones produces by our bodies. ...Read more

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Is synthetic testosterone one of the bioidentical hormones?

Is synthetic testosterone one of the bioidentical hormones?

Yes but who cares?: This idea of taking "bio-identical" hormones is getting out of hand. While the concept is cute, it's not a recognized term. There are many good medications that are not bio-identical. Are there safer vs more harmful forms of T? Absolutely! Avoid oral T like the plague b/c liver risk. But whether you use cream, gel, patch or shot is up to you & your doc. Be sure to get labs monitored regularly. ...Read more

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What is the leptin hormone?

Product of fat cells: Leptin is a very important hormone that is produced by our fat cells (yes fat cells are active and considered an endocrine gland !) and play an important role in appetite regulation. It is believed that many obese people are "leptin resistance" as their appetite is not suppressed despite high leptin levels (leptin acts physiologically as an appetite suppressant). ...Read more

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What is a hormone receptor for?

For an effect: The receptor is the area on the surface of a cell to which a hormone binds in order for the hormone to have an effect on the cell. For example, estrogen binds to its receptor on or in the cell and then the cell changes its behavior in response to the estrogen. Most hormones won't do anything unless they first bind to a cell receptor. ...Read more

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What is gnrh hormone?

What is gnrh hormone?

Complicated: Gnrh stands for gonadotropin releasing hornone. It's a neurohormone produced in the hypothalamus (part of the brain). Its release controls the production/release of 2 pituitary hormones called luteinizing hormone (lh) and follicle stimulating hormone (fsh) which in turn regulate and affect your ovary/menstrual periods or in men sperm and testosterone production. ...Read more

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Which hormone is responsible for a woman's sex drive?

Which hormone is responsible for a woman's sex drive?

Libido: Testosterone is the main hormone that is thought to be responsible for libido. However, if a woman's other hormones (estrogens and progesterone) are out of balance, this too can affect libido. I recommend you seek the advise of a gyn or endocrinologist. ...Read more

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What is essential for normal synthesis of thyroid hormone?

What is essential for normal synthesis of thyroid hormone?

Thyroid: I would start your search by going online to Yahoo Images and type in Thyroid Hormone. You will find a number of illustrations that should help you. You can also get more details by simply putting in thyroid hormone at the top - mot imaging - and you will find some interesting reading matter. ...Read more

Biochemical (Definition)

The study of the chemical substances and vital processes occurring in living organisms; ...Read more


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Esterified Estrogens And Methylestosterone (Definition)

Esterified estrogens|methylestosterone is an estrogen-based agent which is a kind of women's ...Read more