Esterified VS Conjugated Estrogen-What is the difference?
I have scoured the Internet and have not been able to find the answer to this...can anyone tell me if Estratest HS contains components from the same compound Premarin with added testosterone is made from? I haven't been able to find out what is in this drug. Is it natural or is it made from the hormones derived...
Asked by Augustina Keatts 6 months ago.
I have scoured the Internet and have not been able to find the answer to this...can anyone tell me if Estratest HS contains components from the same compound Premarin with added testosterone is made from? I haven't been able to find out what is in this drug. Is it natural or is it made from the hormones derived from pregnant mares? Answered by Ebonie Cussins 6 months ago.
I believe that both are combination estrogens, but Conjugated are all natural estrogens, and Esterfied are combinations of synthetic estrogens. Sometimes one will work better with a particular menopausal or post menopausal symptom or problem. Answered by Errol Vigo 6 months ago.
Conjugated Equine Estrogens (CEE) is a combination estrogen product derived from the urine of pregnant horses. The best known brand of CEE is Premarin®. There are 10 known active estrogens in CEE plus a few others not well characterized. The major estrogens in CEE are: estrone (75-80%), equilin (6-15%), estradiol + two other equine estrogens (5-19%). Yes, they are "natural", but natural to the horse. (read Jonathan V. Wrightm, MD) Esterified Estrogens (EE) is a product containing ~80% estrone and ~11% equilin, with a smidge of estradiol & dihydroequilin. These estrogens are derived from botanical source (soybeans & yam), and converted into their final molecular form in the lab, hence "synthetic". EE is a copy of CEE without the horse pee and limiting the number of estrogens involved. EE is associated with a lower incidence of abnormal blood clots (deep vein thrombosis) than CEE. Poor horse! Has to be catheterized and live in a tiny stall during pregnancy. Answered by Lashaunda Adalja 6 months ago.
problematic factor. do a search at yahoo. that could help! Answered by Eusebia Lennington 6 months ago.
Has anybody been prescribed the HRT tablet Estradiol?
what is the difference between conjugated and esterified???
Asked by Trina Laycox 6 months ago.
2mg is a whopping big dose!! Personally, estradiol did not work for me, so I switch to Premarin starting at 1.25 mg and reducing the dose after one year to .75mg and I took that from 34 years of age until I was 44 at which time I tapered off and stopped. Yes, I went thru menopause when that happened, but it wasn't the horrific time I was expecting. Premarin is conjugated estrogen, while estradiol is esterified estrogen, slightly different chemical makeup, cheaper too, but it doesn't always work as well. If it is going to work for you, it should work immediately. Answered by Marlys Schwien 6 months ago.
Period actin Weird this month & November?
So In November my period was 5 days late and when it came lasted 5 days, I skipped December and now in Jan it supposedly started but I don't even have to wear a tampon (and this is the third day since it started) because it isn't coming down only when I wipe it doesn't even get on the pantyliner im...
Asked by Rich Meneley 6 months ago.
So In November my period was 5 days late and when it came lasted 5 days, I skipped December and now in Jan it supposedly started but I don't even have to wear a tampon (and this is the third day since it started) because it isn't coming down only when I wipe it doesn't even get on the pantyliner im wearing and its not bright red like usual its dark red and brown and no cramps what so ever, whats wrong Answered by Herminia Lievens 6 months ago.
What meds are cheaper but just as effective as premarin?
Asked by Kandra Dietzler 6 months ago.
all Premarin is, is conjugated estrogen. the generic is esterified estrogen....basically the same thing. Just manufactured a bit differently and waaaaaaaaaaaay cheaper. Answered by Jose Osmus 6 months ago.
you can buy estroven over the counter it works just as effective as premrim with out worrying about long term problems like cancer,blood clots,heart problems and its all natural Answered by Hermelinda Vandertuig 6 months ago.
Has anyone found a replacement drug for prescription estratest?
I tried the generic, it is not even close
Asked by Annette Beyah 6 months ago.
Estratest is just a combination drug. It's 1.25 mg of esterified estrogen, and and 2.5 mg of methyltestosterone. The generic should be the exact same thing, just without a brand name attached to it. Answered by Danae Ruffer 6 months ago.
when u have periods your breasts grow so atleast how many periods does it take to make your breast grow big?
Asked by Jenee Thivener 6 months ago.
For me, although I've now had a hysterectomy, I used to have pretty nasty breast tenderness for 24-48 hours before my period started. That's one reason mammograms are scheduled for AFTER a woman's period. Everybody is different though. If you have not started your period in 72 hours, I'd suggest getting a pregnancy test kit; sore breasts can also be a symptom of pregnancy, as can a heightened sense of smell. Best of luck! Answered by Eufemia Caseres 6 months ago.
Uh, the growing's only temporary. They shrink back to normal after your period starts. Why do you think you don't see 30 year olds with huge boobs all the time? This isn't a part of PMS for everyone, either. Just like cramps and backaches, only some people have this. Answered by Cheree Schimpf 6 months ago.
its only a temporary thing before your period due to hormone levels and water retention. they dont get bigger and keep growing after every period. sorry to burst that bubble. Answered by Terry Ranildi 6 months ago.
how old are you...? 12? 14? Answered by Debbi Breton 6 months ago.
New female sex enhancement drug?
Ahhhh you guys are scarying me...whats wrong with the drug? Is it harmful...I wasn't aware of any of that...just heard part of the commercial on the radio.
Asked by Mechelle Knarr 6 months ago.
I heard another commercial today about a "new" female sex enhancer...but sounded like it may be worth a shot. They offered a free trial...but I can't think of the name! It has just recently been played on the radio...the commercial features two women talking about how their marraiges are so much better because of the enhancer...and how they want to have sex all the time now...yada yada yada... Do you know the name of this pill? Answered by Harry Gugino 6 months ago.
Following drugs may enhance female sex drive: Brand Name: Estratest, Estratest H.S. Chemical Name: Methyltestosterone and esterified estrogens Answered by Ling Redmer 6 months ago.
That is truly sick. I'd like to find the inventor of that dumb thing and drag him through the cactus. Answered by William Demiter 6 months ago.
i also have a question about it....does it help u orgasm? cuz i never seem to be able to Answered by Fernando Hutts 6 months ago.
Does FDA approval of "safety" and, or, both "effectiveness" of drugs?
Asked by Lesli Belvin 6 months ago.
In the modern era, it evaluates both, with respect to the condition being treated and the available treatments. The progenitor of the FDA originally only required that products be labeled with correct ingredients. After an incident in the early 20th century in which a company used ethylene glycol (antifreeze) as a solvent in producing a drug, laws were passed to evaluate the safety of drugs as well. Eventually, as part of the fallout over Thalidomide in Europe, laws were passed to allow the FDA to review both safety and effectiveness of drugs before they could be sold. This occurred in 1963. Drugs which were available prior to 1963 were grandfathered, as a law cannot be ex post facto. However, drugs sold prior to 1963 were subject to what became known as the Drug Efficacy Study Implementation, or DESI. With this, the FDA went back and reviewed the effectiveness of these drugs. Many of these medications, such as morphine, or oxycodone or the benzodiazepines were quite effective. However some drugs, or some forms of drugs were found to be "Less than effective". The FDA then ceased to allow new manufacturers to bring these drugs onto the market, although companies selling them before 1963 could continue to do so (again, ex post facto). Notable "Less than effective" drugs include some mixtures of belladonna alkaloids, the rectal suppository form of Tigan (though oral and IV are still effective), some oral forms of nitroglycerine, hydrocortisone suppositories and Estratest (a mixture of esterified estrogens and methyl-testosterone). Answered by Kym Sakaguchi 6 months ago.
Yes, though it hasn't been that way forever, and many drugs currently on the market only had to prove safety when they were originally approved, and continue to be marketed under a grandfather clause in the law. Answered by Shalonda Vantrump 6 months ago.
I don't even know the answer definitively, but I'd bet my life that they evaluate safety and effectiveness. It's just common sense. Answered by Valentina Spaw 6 months ago.
Where can I buy Wintsrol pills?
Looking for a site in which to purchase Wintrols pills, if you can provide a link please do, also how much is the general cost of them?
Asked by Shayne Kasprzak 6 months ago.
$49.00 30 tabs contains 10 mg Stanozolol Manufacturer: Generics Pharm Winstrol is a very popular oral or injectable anabolic-androgenic steroid. It ranks up there with deca and dianabol as the most widely used and abused drug by competitive athletes. Stanozolol is commonly refered to as winny (winstrol). Winstrol comes in two forms as mentioned above - both oral and injectable. The injections are the same methylated compound as the oral form of the drug. However, due to this feature, it cannot be esterified for time release. Winstrol has a short active life of around 8 hours. Winstrol counteracts estrogenic side effects such as gyno and water retention - another quality which makes it attractive to the athlete seeking lean mass gains. Winstrol is a 5-alpha reduced substrate. 5-alpha reduction breaks the double bond between positions 4 and 5, which is what is required for aromatase to convert to estrogen. Aromatase is the primary enzyme used for the manufacturing of estrogen within the male body. For avoiding gyno, winstrol is well suited. Since winstrol is not capable of converting into estrogen, anti-estrogen ancillary drugs such as nolvadex or clomid are not necessary when using this steroid. Gyno will not be a concern for even the most sensitive individuals when using this steroid. Winstrol is excellent for lean gains since water retention is reduced when using this steroid. This is due to the fact that estrogen is the cause of water retention. It is excellent to use among athletes who are seeking for a combination of both strength and speed. Another point about stanozolol is its supposed anti-progestagenic effects. Winstrol is said to bind and compete for a position at the progesterone receptor in much the same way that clomid or nolvadex does at the estrogen receptor. This is said to cause winstrol to inhibit progestagenic effects. Progesterone does play a role in the development of gyno since it can aggravate estrogenic side-effects by agonizing estrogen and it also plays a role in gyno. Winstrol, like dianabol, should not be used for extended periods of time since it is a 17-alpha-alkylated substance. Using it for much longer than 4-6 weeks is not adviseable. Some athletes have been known to use it for eight weeks or even longer, but elevated liver values are a possibility if this is the case. For the sake of safety, such a long length of use is not recommended. 4-6 weeks will give the user good results and will add a boost to his or her steroid cycle, especially if stacked with a longer acting injectable ester. The reason for quick results with winstrol is due to its short active life and combined with a greater frequency of injection or oral consumption, results are fairly quick. Dianabol is also used for this purpose. When using winstrol, many of the usual side effects are rare. These include acne, water retention, high blood pressure, and aromatization leading to gyno. Winstrol does not convert to DHT and it results in very minimal suppression of the HPTA. However, since it is a 17-alpha-alkylated substrate, liver toxicity is a concern in high doses of winstrol or when used for extended periods of time. However, it is slightly less hepatoxic than most other 17-AA steroids. Elevation is liver values is nevertheless common with winstrol if used for extended periods of time or at high doses. The normal dosage for men is betwen 30-70 mg per day for the tablets and 25-50 mg per day for the injectable version of winstrol. Winstrol is often combined with other steroids depending on what the personal goals of the athlete are. To gain muscle mass (bulk up), winstrol is best combined with a stronger androgen such as testosterone. This will give the cycle a good anabolic effect while minimizing estrogenic activity. This results in excellent increases in lean muscle mass, as opposed to the more common bulking cycle which greatly increases muscle mass while also increasing water retention and some gains in fat. To lose fat (cut up), winstrol is best combined with a non-aromatizing androgen such as trenbolone or halotestin. This combination can create a strongly defined, hard look. This is a very attractive look sought out by many bodybuilders. Woment should take around 5-10 mg daily for the recommended length of time of 4-6 weeks. . Answered by Neal Lanahan 6 months ago.
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Lipids in the Human Body?
Explanation of the structure? Typical reactions or characteristics? I need a little help for my Anatomy project! Thank you in advance :)
Asked by Art Hotelling 6 months ago.
oh my god. the list goes on forever. 1.storage: triglycerides. a glycerol esterified to three fatty chains. Stored as fat in adipocytes, stores more calorific energy than carbohydrates per unit mass. 2.insulation. triglycerides again. poor conductors of heat and electricity, so blubber for example insulates whales. 3. structure: phosphoglycerolipids. Formed using membrane-bound enzymes in the cytosolic leaflet of the smooth endoplasmic reticulum. E.g acyl transferases are used to esterifiy two fatty acyl chains to phosphatidic acid, a phosphatase is used to remove a phosphate then a head group e.g choline is added to form e.g phosphatidlcholine. Phosphoglycerolipids are amphipathic e.g. the head group is hydrophilic/polar and the acyl chains are hydrophobic/non polar. Thus you get membrane bilayers, with the head groups on the outside and the acyl chains on the inside. Sphingomyelin: serine + acyl chain = sphingosine. Sphingosine + acyl chain = ceramide. Ceramide + head groups = sphingomyelin. Used in myelin sheaths as insulation. 4. Cell signalling : phosphatidylinositol-4,5-bisphosphate. An extracellular signal e.g vasopressin activates a G-protein coupled receptor, this exchanges GDP for GTP, this activates phospholipase-C which cleaves PI(4,5)BP to diacylglycerol (DAG) and inositol tris-phosphate (IP3). IP3 opens Ca2+ channels on the endoplasmic reticulum, Ca2+ enters cytosol and DAG and Ca2+ activate phosphorylase kinase which activates/phosphorylates glycogen phosphorylase, which then catalyses the conversion of glycogen to glucose-phosphate. ALSO: glycolipids, formed the same way as sphingomyelin, are used in cell signalling by forming lipid rafts. 5. Membrane marking using phosphatidylinositol tris-phosphate (PI(3)P). These are recognised by the retromer that carriers endosomes back to the Golgi from the endoplasmic reticulum. 6.Prenylation: adding a terpene to a protein to form e.g Rab. A terpene is a polymer of isoprene (5C compound) 7. Sex hormones, testosterone/oestrogen. They are types of steroids. Steroids are formed from cholestrol. Cholesterol is formed through the cyclisation and epoxidation of squalene with the addition of molecular oxygen. all i can think of for now. Have fun with that. Answered by Collen Ivans 6 months ago.
I recommend you get a biochemistry textbk, "harper's biochemistry" is a good one; there's too much to tell. You can try wikipedia too Answered by Owen Rienstra 6 months ago.