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I'm currently on estrogen, would it be bad to mix it with other medication?

I'm currently on estrogen, would it be bad to mix it with other medication?

Generally not: A problem, after all your body has had estrogen in it since you were in your mother's womb. If you have concerns, check w/your doctor. ...Read more

Estrogen (Definition)

Estrogen is a hormone that is secreted by the ovaries and affects ovulation, ...Read more


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Please describe the medication: conjugated estrogens?

Please describe the medication: conjugated estrogens?

A type of hormone: Conjugated Estrogens are a form of Estrogens that do occur naturally and be absorbed when taken in pill form. ...Read more

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Can mris and anti-estrogen medications on a teen impact fertility in the future?

Can mris and anti-estrogen medications on a teen impact fertility in the future?

No: Mri alone would not have an effect on eggs, but the reason behind the MRI might. Stress, chronic illness, and intestinal or pelvic illnesses can have an effect on fertility. The use of anti-estrogen medicines should be discussed with a fertility expert. ...Read more

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Anti-estrogen medications such as raloxifene. Any other options?

Anti-estrogen medications such as raloxifene. Any other options?

Evista (raloxifene): Some that use Evista (raloxifene) note the increase menopausal side effects ie hot flushes Evista (raloxifene) possible decrease risk of breast cancer. ...Read more

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Is the medication trimethylglycine safe to be taken to treat excess estrogen in a person with pcos?

Is the medication trimethylglycine safe to be taken to treat excess estrogen in a person with pcos?

No reliable studies: I wasn't able to find any reliable research suggesting the trimethylglycine is useful in estrogen metabolism or in pcos. ...Read more

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Will taking estrogen lower the effectiveness of Depo-Provera since it is a pro estrogen medication?

Will taking estrogen lower the effectiveness of Depo-Provera since it is a pro estrogen medication?

No: Depoprovera is a progestin used by itself, not with a estrogen, for contraception. I could find no interaction with estrogen on an interaction check. If you are receiving Depoprovera injections for contraception, please inform your health care provider, and do not take any meds that have not been prescribed for you. ...Read more

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I have upperlip pigmentation, cause may be high levels of estrogen' apart from bleaching creams, is there a cure or medication for hormone imbalance?

I have upperlip pigmentation, cause may be high levels of estrogen' apart from bleaching creams, is there a cure or medication for hormone imbalance?

Lip lesion: The question is if this lesion is new or old. Although melanoma is more often seen in the lower lip it can still be found on the upper lip. One might want to consider removal and pathological evaluation. ...Read more

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Please describe the medication: prempro (conjugated estrogens and medroxyprogesterone)?

Please describe the medication: prempro (conjugated estrogens and medroxyprogesterone)?

Estrogens, conjugated: Treats menopause symptoms (hot flashes, vaginal dryness). Prevents osteoporosis after menopause. This medicine is a combination of 2 hormones. ...Read more

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What drug inhibits estrogen-mediated tumor growth?

What drug inhibits estrogen-mediated tumor growth?

2 means: Hi. Estrogen receptor antagonists, like tamoxifen or raloxifine, or aromatase inhibitors, which prevent the endogenous synthesis of estrogen, are the two major categories. The main estrogen-driven tumors are ER + beast CA and endometrial CA. Good luck, and beat the CA! ...Read more

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What drug inhibits estrogen-mediated tumor growth?

What drug inhibits estrogen-mediated tumor growth?

Tamoxifen: Tamoxifen has been the standard drug that blocks estrogen receptors in patients whose tumors are considered ER+ A new type of anti-estrogen drug appears to work better than the estrogen-blocking drug tamoxifen. Exemestane (Aromasin), belongs to a class of drugs called aromatase inhibitors. But, for exemestane to work in premenopausal women, the drug can only be given when ovarian function is being suppressed. The Aromatase inhibitors, work by preventing other hormones from changing into estrogen, which fuels certain cancer growths ...Read more

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Can I take 1mg dilaudid, if I am taking 500 mg lamotrihine, 20mg citalram, estrogen-methlytestos? Want to make sure no reactions to these drugs.

Ok to take: Dilaudid is ok to take with your medications. The bigger question is hopefully you will not be taking it for too long. It is the strongest oral opioid available, roughly 6-8x stronger than morphine. It is typically reserved for acute post surgical pain or moderate to severe pain needs and is not recommended for chronic pain issues unless directed by a trained pain specialist. ...Read more

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Drug interactions of estrogen & testosterone if postmenopausal?

Drug interactions of estrogen & testosterone if postmenopausal?

Why testosterone?: Do you mean interactions between the two or between e and t and other drugs? First of all, it is not recommended that women take testosterone at all. Re: estrogen and other drugs- it can affect the levels of other drugs that circulate in the blood bound to proteins, like levothyroxine and warfarin. ...Read more

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The anti-estrogen drug aromasin (exemestane) is causing a lot of aches and pains. Is this normal?

The anti-estrogen drug aromasin (exemestane) is causing a lot of aches and pains. Is this normal?

No: However, Aromasin (exemestane) has a lot of side-effects, and joint pain is one of the most frequent, occurring in around 15% of people who are taking the drug. There are alternatives to this medication, but unfortunately they all share the same side-effects. However, that said, it is never certain that you as an individual would not find an alternative less troublesome. Ask your doctor about this. ...Read more

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What is the generic drug for premarin (conjugated estrogens)?

What is the generic drug for premarin (conjugated estrogens)?

Conjugated estrogens: Premarine is conjugated estrogens. I found the following list on a medical site: estrin, longaplex, livomarin, estrogenon, menosedan, repogen, belestar, biostrogen, estroplus, prem, ces, conpremin, climatrol e, oestrofeminal, estrarona, menostat, climopax mono, espauz, equin, cenestin, dagynil, enjuvia. ...Read more

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I have been trying to get my hormones balanced. How risky are drugs like menest (esterified estrogens)?

Not: Menest (esterified estrogens) is actually one of the pharmaceutical industry's plant based medications. For me, I test women at this age for perimenopause and ovarian dysfunction as well as thyroid and adrenal testing. All of these hormones play a role in how you feel. ...Read more

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Does Decapeptyl drug shrink cancer cells in endometrium lining, or does the Decapetyl just stop estrogen thus stopping growth of endometrosis.??

Does Decapeptyl drug shrink cancer cells in endometrium lining, or does the Decapetyl just stop estrogen thus stopping growth of endometrosis.??

Decapeptyl: Decapeptyl is available in certain countries for a variety of uses. It's important to discuss with your doctor why it was prescribed and for what treatment. If you have endometrial cancer then surgical and chemotherapeutic treatments need to be discussed
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Is there a replacement drug for prescription estratest (esterified estrogens and methylestosterone)?

Is there a replacement drug for prescription estratest (esterified estrogens and methylestosterone)?

Yes: Generic equivalents include Covaryx and EEMT. There are alsomany compounded creams, gels, sprays, etc. Compounded drugs are made by a local compounding pharmacy based on a prescription written by your doctor. The advantage is that your doctor can adjust the dose and ratio to your unique needs since one or two sizes do not fit all women. Best wishes ...Read more

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Why do we give anti-estrogen drugs to post-menopausal women with breast cancer?

Why do we give anti-estrogen drugs to post-menopausal women with breast cancer?

Anti-estrogen drugs: Anti-estrogen drugs are given to both premenopausal and postmenopausal women whose cancer is estrogen receptor-positive or progesterone receptor-positive. These cancer may grow when exposed to estrogen. Anti-estrogen medications block or reduce estrogen that is normally produced by the ovaries in premenopausal women or by fat cells, liver, adrenal glands or other organs in postmenopausal women. ...Read more

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Feel better on estrogen. Doctor prescribed low dose. Is that ok if in my 90s? (pacemaker, on thyroid, ntg, cholesterol lowering, asa, other drugs)

Feel better on estrogen. Doctor prescribed low dose. Is that ok if in my 90s? (pacemaker, on thyroid, ntg, cholesterol lowering, asa, other drugs)

Yes: If you feel better on it, then I think it's okay. There's no data for or against its use in this setting. It's my opinion. Others may disagree. Medicine is an inexact science! ...Read more

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In context of cryofibrinogenemia, lupus-type ctd and adrenal insufficiency, what could cause increase in GI symptoms, nausea, and vomiting with adrenal crisis, when estrogen/progestin drugs are taken?

In context of cryofibrinogenemia, lupus-type ctd and adrenal insufficiency, what could cause increase in GI symptoms, nausea, and vomiting with adrenal crisis, when estrogen/progestin drugs are taken?

Cortisol deficiency: With true adrenal insufficiency diagnosed by an endocrinologist, one would need to be taking cortisol replacement therapy. Nausea, abdominal pain, vomiting and weight loss are classic symptoms of adrenal insufficiency which estrogen and Progesterone replacement don't address. Many with primary adrenal insufficiency also look like they have a deep tan. ...Read more

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Mysterious height growth in adulthood.....?

Mysterious height growth in adulthood.....?

Hormonal?: You may have overdone the thyroxine, but unlikely at your age without hour growth plates still. Eing open!! Suggest you check this out with your endocrinologist ...Read more

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Doctors, what is synthetic estrogens?

Doctors, what is synthetic estrogens?

Artifi. Female hormo: Females produce the Estrogens -the female sex hormones mainly in 2 oragans -2 ovaries and 2 adrenal glands. Males have them but in small quantities and produced from testes instead of ovaries and from both adrenal glands. These natural estrogens' equivalents are produced in pharma. Labs with similar properties - synthetic ones & used for treating conditions alone or combined progestrone, anoth. H. ...Read more

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Does budlight have estrogen?

Yes: Beer has estrogen if it contains hops, as most beers do. Hops are very estrogenic, and young girls picking hops have been reported to have early puberty. It is not surprising then that male breast enlargement and impotence are also associated with heavy beer consumption. A little research reveals to me that budlight does indeed contain hops, so the answer is an unequivocal yes. ...Read more

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What causes estrogen to surge?

Estrogen: Estrogen levels go up and down during a monthly cycle.
Go to Yahoo or something similar and look for images related to estrogen. ...Read more

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How to decrease estrogen levels?

How to decrease estrogen levels?

Don't: Estrogen levels should not be lowered. They are critical in a womans fertility, regular cyclicity and have many beneficial effects. If there is a specific condition that warrants suppression then there are many treatments, including lupron, (leuprolide) birth control pills and other methods. The question should be why do the estrogen levels need to be decreased? ...Read more