Premarin

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Prem·a·rin

 (prĕm′ə-rĭn′)
A trademark for a drug preparation of conjugated estrogens.

Prem•a•rin

(ˈprɛm ə rɪn)
Trademark. a brand name for a mixture of conjugated natural estrogens used chiefly for estrogen replacement therapy.
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The agency identified the medicines as Bisacodyl (Delax) 5 mg tablet; Conjugated Estrogens USP ( Conjugase0.
The first WHI study, published in 2002, stated that HRT increased the risk of cancer and urged women to avoid taking conjugated estrogens.
It contains several types of conjugated estrogens derived from the urine of pregnant mares.
HOUSTON--The novel investigational tissue selective estrogen complex comprising bazedoxifene plus conjugated estrogens displayed an overall favorable coagulation profile in a pooled analysis of three randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blind, phase III clinical trials.
Bacteria in sewage treatment plants or in the ocean can convert conjugated estrogens back into potent free estrogens.
Use of a combination of bazedoxifene and conjugated estrogens had no significant impact on breast density (a potential risk factor for breast cancer) in postmenopausal women, based on data from the SMART-5 trial.
The combination of the selective estrogen receptor modulator (SERM) bazedoxifene and conjugated estrogens produced "very favorable" changes in lipid profiles and no clinically meaningful effects on coagulation parameters, fibrinolytic activity, or carbohydrate metabolism in the phase III SMART-1 trial, Dr.
In the USA the predominant compounds are conjugated estrogens and medroxyprogesterone-acetate, whereas oestradiol combined with testosterone-like progestins is commonly used in Europe.
Our transdermal estradiol gel offers an important additional advantage over oral estrogen products by providing bio identical estrogen that is not subject to first-pass liver metabolism, thus avoiding further potential side effects associated with oral administration of conjugated estrogens.
Comparative endocrinological and clinical effects of percutaneous estradiol and oral conjugated estrogens as replacement therapy in menopausal women.
On the first anniversary of a study by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) showing that estrogens increase the risk of breast cancer, heart attacks, and blood clots in women and with the news showing that hormone replacement therapy (HRT) contributes to dementia, Last Chance for Animals (LCA) found that pregnant mares are being sequestered and their foals slaughtered solely to collect the horses' urine to manufacture conjugated estrogens (Premarin[R]).
Although reef-building corals can take up significant amounts of unconjugated estrone from the water, it is not known whether corals or other organisms similarly can take up conjugated estrogens.