STILBESTROL Ressources

Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 004056/001.

Names and composition

"STILBESTROL" is the commercial name of a drug composed of DIETHYLSTILBESTROL.

Answered questions

Stilbestrol to prevent pregnancy in breeding Female dog?
We are giving our breeding female a brake from breeding and our male managed to get her kennal door open! The vet suggested stilbestrol for 7-10 days to prevent the pregnancy. has anyone done this with thier female dog? and what was your results or side affects? Thanks. Asked by Corinne Liegler 3 months ago.

I've never used it. Side effects include pyometria. Answered by Nigel Balzarine 3 months ago.

Mating in canines conventional suggestions woman canines oftentimes have 2 reproductive cycles each year. This technique starts at puberty. Small breeds might commence their cycles at 5-6 months of age, at the same time as some large breeds won't cycle until eventually 2 years of age. the conventional age of puberty is 7-10 months. woman canines should not be bred for the duration of the 1st warmth era. Wait until eventually the 2nd or third warmth to reproduce your woman. when you consider that being pregnant represents a substantial rigidity on the mummy, women the suitable factor TO DO IS WAIT TIL THE FEMAIE is two YEARS previous AND go FROM THERE THAT way SHE could be sufficiently previous to preserve pups. Answered by Regan Carrol 3 months ago.

allthou i have not tryd that or do profeshionl breading i would bet that in trying to stop her from haveing the puppys would hurt her more than haveing them u should let her have this litter and give her a brake latter because the emiothional side affects of a miss carge would be devistating not to mention she probly alread has some of the hormons readdy and will make matters worse if she dose not have thes puppis Answered by Stephane Guzalak 3 months ago.


Treatments for incontinent for dogs.?
Asked by Ryan Prindiville 3 months ago.

Stilbestrol is the common medication in Australia, needs to be diagnosed by the vet first and the dog can live a perfectly normal life and is the cheepest alternative to what is on the market. It is probably a female dog whom are more prone to incontinence Answered by Efrain Lingerfelter 3 months ago.

Contact your vet for a proper diagnosis then he/she can prescribe the proper meds. Answered by Valda Kovack 3 months ago.

See your vet , there are several different causes. Answered by Rena Karels 3 months ago.


Congenital disorders?
Can you give me examples of genetic condition whose manifestation in adolescence or adulthood is subject to environmental influence? Asked by Venessa Geiman 3 months ago.

cancer in the offspring following the mothers ingestion of diethyl stilbestrol (DES) Answered by Marna Illian 3 months ago.

the absorbtion of lead from pait that was made 50 years ago. lead will affect the blood, respritory and other systems of the body...giving new meaning to the phrase "get the lead out"! Answered by Harry Mezydlo 3 months ago.


Dog peeing everywhere?
mt dog is a 2 1/2 year old lab. we have gone to the vet multiple times. she has had 5 uti. she had surgery to fix the uti and it worked but now she is still peeing everywhere. she is a highly trained dog so we know its not that. she is on muscle control medicine now but she is still peeing. is there simething else... Asked by Jerrie Jourdan 3 months ago.

mt dog is a 2 1/2 year old lab. we have gone to the vet multiple times. she has had 5 uti. she had surgery to fix the uti and it worked but now she is still peeing everywhere. she is a highly trained dog so we know its not that. she is on muscle control medicine now but she is still peeing. is there simething else it could be? please dont answer if u havent had expieriece with this. Answered by Albina Bourraine 3 months ago.

I would let your veterinarian know about this urinating starting up again. The "muscle control medication", is it called "Stilbestrol" (a little bright pink pill)? You vet can actually tweak the dosage of this medication for you if you notice that it's not helping with bladder control at the current dosage. Also, this may not be helpful, but when you say that she had "a surgery to fix the UTI", do you mean that she had a cystotomy to remove bladder stones? or she has surgery to change the anatomy of her urethra and/or vulva to help prevent urinary tract infections? If it's the stone surgery, just so you know, uroliths (stones) can come back and cause urinary issues again! Its best to keep your dog on a urinary crystal/stone prevention diet and do regular urine testing to make sure she is crystal/stone free. She could also just be suffering from another UTI if she is frequently peeing. Is she straining to pee, do you see any blood in her pee? If so, time for a vet visit, and she'll likely require antibiotics if it truly is another infection. Answered by Zula Woodmancy 3 months ago.

You could put diapers on your dog they sell them at some pet stores. Answered by Lowell Cobey 3 months ago.


Dog Incontinence/Rash question?
Do you know what the pills are called??? Asked by Lucie Widerski 3 months ago.

My 10 year old 90lb female akita has been suffering from incontinence. (She's also been spayed) We've noticed wet spots when she gets up, so we have been putting a diaper on her while she is in the house. However, with the diaper, and just with the urine leaking on the insides of her legs, she is very raw and red. I wondered if anyone had any ideas on what we could put on it to help her. So far we have been wiping it off with baby wipes and using A&D ointment on it, which hasn't really been helping. My mom just bought some 'hot spot' spray, which we just started using..so i don't know if it will work. My family and I are not in a spot where we can afford a huge monthly prescription for her....so if you have any tips on this, please let me know! Thanks Answered by Zona Heinlen 3 months ago.

Whatever your mother bought for hot spots...don't use it. It will probably do more harm than good and you'll have a nice big vet bill to clear up the irritation it causes. What's the point in trying to treat the irritation and using diapers which will not cure the incontinence when incontinence is easily fixed with the proper meds. The medication for spay incontinence in elderly females is not expensive. If you think your vet it too expensive then go to a low cost vet and have your dog seen to. Do the right thing by this dog who has given you many years of loyalty. Dogs are distressed by incontinence and the least you can do for her is to get the correct medication. It is a prescription only medication and you won't have a huge monthly prescription cost. Answered by Jacquetta Citizen 3 months ago.

You would need your dog examined by the vet and then the vet will prescribe the appropriate medication. Proin is a commonly prescribed medication that helps with spay incontinence. You will want to try to keep the diapers off her as many hours a day as possible. Sounds like she may have a diaper rash condition. If you are using baby wipes, get the alcohol free, sensitive skin ones that are appropriate for newborns. Another thing to consider is getting waterproof baby changing pads or waterproof unfitted crib mattress covers and placing these where your dog sleeps. When my dog was recovering from bladder surgery and then kidney failure, I found cleaning her with micro fiber wash cloths didn't irritate her skin. Try running a google on canine urinary incontinence and canine urinary incontinence treatments. If medication names come up, check the prices on the online pet pharmacies to get an idea of costs of the common treatments. This is something that may be controllable, but you will need your vet's help. Good luck. Answered by Kandice Woznick 3 months ago.

The pills you give to incontinent older female dogs are not at all that expensive. Get the pills and the rash & redness will clear right up. Answered by Dianne Munzer 3 months ago.

Interesting question... For my dog, it depends on what mood she is in. If she is in one of her sweet and gentle moods, then she would probably work at a children's hospital, or maybe a nursing home. We have learned that she is very gentle with children and the elderly, so she would be great for such a job...if that was her mood at the time... If our dog was in one of her opposite moods (perhaps she has multiple personalities), then she would be the operator of a crane and wrecking ball. One of our dog's favorite things to do is get onto our couch and knock off every single pillow and blanket, and she also loves to knock things over (such as folding chairs, liters of pop, boxes, etc...) in order to get our attention...So, I'm fairly certain she would enjoy a job in the demolition area... And what would your dog be doing if it had a job? Best wishes! Answered by Mendy Zumwalt 3 months ago.

The pills are called Phenylpropanolamine, or "PPA" for short. Sorry, but the rash is very unlikely to clear up if the incontinence doesn't stop. Good luck. Answered by Lexie Warran 3 months ago.

They are called Proin 50, and are not all that expensive. It really doesn't matter how much they cost, your dog has given you 10 years of unconditional love and is worth every penny. Answered by Kimberlie Wieger 3 months ago.


What are some healthy things to eat?
Asked by Kiersten Adamek 3 months ago.

Wild-Caught Fish and Seafood, a large variety of seasonal Organic Raw and Lightly Steamed vegetables, seasonal Organic Fruit (by itself), Organic whole grains like Brown Rice, Whole Oats, Quinoa and Amaranth. Seasonal locally grown organic foods are best. If you eat meat or chicken (in moderation) choose naturally raised vegi-fed meats. High-quality nutritional supplements (even the soil of organically grown foods is depleted of vitamins minerals). Also try food combining. Eat your grains and heavy carbs with light carbs like vegetables- NOT protein. Eat your Protein with light carbs like vegetables. Eat fruit alone. You should also do a body cleanse seasonally. here is an excerpt from the book of one of my collegues: < Dont's Don't eat highly processed foods or foods containing chemical preservatives or artificial coloring. (Did you know that a banana gives you the same energy boost as a protein bar- at a fraction of the cost?) Don't eat commercial meat that contains stilbestrol (DES), antibiotics or other chemicals. Don't eat fried foods and don't use heat treated oils with preservatives or hydrogenated shortening. Don't eat canned fruits or vegetables. Most are over-sweetened and over-cooked, and most of the nutrients are gone. Don't smoke! Give up cigarrettes completely. Don't drink much alcohol. Don't drink coffee. Don't eat much fat. Don't hold onto the past with resentment, anger, or fear. Do's Aim for the following calorie distribution each day: 30% in proteins, 20% in fats, 50% unrefined carbohydrates. Eat lots of fresh fruits. Eat lots of fresh vegetables. Drink lots of Green Tea. Take grape-seed extract. Take Vitamins A,B,C, and E. Walk, jog, or run every other day. Have regular medical check-ups. Reduce stress as much as possible. Love as much as possible and let go of anger and fear. Forgive those who have hurt you, because resentment is toxic. Smile often. Go see a good movie. Laugh out loud. Smiling, Relaxing & Laughing all release endorphins that make you feel good. Light a candle and close your eyes. Say some special prayers or meditate. Say the following: "I release and let go of any discomfort I feel in my body from this moment forward." Say it 5 times. Then before you open your eyes say firmly: "I embrace love and abundant health from this moment forward." -Dr. Tony O'Donnell C.N.C. Naturopath > For more free info you can email me: [email protected] Answered by Anitra Markey 3 months ago.

try crackers with fiber and and healthy stuff like dairy like cheese and yogurt. try to get what u can like lunch meats. and dont go on a diet just eat stuff in perportion. if u go on diets it makes you crave these foods. perportion is the key. and salads are good to. Good Luck.... Answered by Alec Aegerter 3 months ago.


Dog peeing in house after being spayed?
My dog was just spayed four days ago and she has been having a lot of accidents in the house. She was housebroken. When she does let me know she has to go outside she will squat and pee several times before coming back inside. Will the problem clear up on its own in the next few weeks as she starts healing from her... Asked by Phylicia Hashbarger 3 months ago.

My dog was just spayed four days ago and she has been having a lot of accidents in the house. She was housebroken. When she does let me know she has to go outside she will squat and pee several times before coming back inside. Will the problem clear up on its own in the next few weeks as she starts healing from her surgery? Answered by Karole Hudy 3 months ago.

Hi Katelyn :) This problem your dog is having is called Spay Incontinence. Here is some infomation on it- Some female dogs develop incontinence immediately or some time after being spayed; it can also happen at the end of a season in unspayed females. The latter is not such a problem because the dog is typically wearing sanitary pants anyway and the problem subsides after a few days. It’s best to check for diabetes and bladder stones first, and in male dogs, prostate problems, if you detect urinary difficulties. A dog that has been housebroken and suddenly begins urinating in the house probably has a medical problem that needs to be investigated. Also, be aware that submissive urination is normal for dogs; if you have a very submissive dog, try not to lean over or frighten the dog because acting in a dominant manner can trigger an instinctive response to squat and urinate. This is more common in young dogs; just as children typically have some bed-wetting incidents, a young dog will not have perfect bladder control. In spay incontinence, the dog doesn’t seem to know when she needs to pee. This can be frustrating and messy. A number of medications have been used to control the problem, some with fewer side effects than others. As far as we know, no one has been successful in teaching their dog to do Kegels. ];@}) The most obvious med to use is a hormone replacement called stilbestrol. This is a pink pill with a sugar coating that can be cut into sections if your dog becomes nauseated after swallowing a whole pill. It’s usually effective, but if there’s been any nerve damage the results may vary. Another popular remedy is ephedrine. This is the drug that makes you “pee like a racehorse”. Athletes have used it to enhance their energy level, so of course it can make a dog hyper. It can even cause hallucinations when used over time. If you have a dog that is nervous during thunderstorms, ephedrine will make things worse and the dog may not be happy taking this medication. Moreover, the pill has a bitter taste that makes the dog want to spit it out. Other options are Sudafed, a brand of pseudoephedrine. Phenylpropanolamine (PPA), has worked well for some; this is a drug found in some prescription decongestants sold in Europe. The product sold for dogs is called Proin, a brand name, and Propalin. There are herbal remedies like cornsilk that have worked for some, and others find that eliminating grains from the diet works for some dogs. You may have to experiment and take precautions in the meantime. Diapers for dogs are available, and mattress pads with a plastic lining can be found. Even something like a plastic table covering can be placed under the washable cover of a dog bed. Probably the best course of action is to join a newsgroup for your breed and find out what others have tried and the dosage range for your breed and size of dog. Of course, consult your vet after doing your research. Hope it helped :) Sadie Answered by Telma Thraen 3 months ago.

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my dog was the same way the first few days.it cleared up after.give it some time. Answered by Lucia Selover 3 months ago.


My 5yr spayed Weimaraner has a leaky bladder after coming back from a walk.?
The problem started shortly after neutering(2yrs ago)Vet prescribed propalin syrup which helped a little. Once settled in the house she doesn't have a problem and goes for hours without needing a pee and doesn't wet at night.After a run in the forest, as she stretches to get back in the car there is a flow of urine... Asked by Bradford Magliacane 3 months ago.

The problem started shortly after neutering(2yrs ago)Vet prescribed propalin syrup which helped a little. Once settled in the house she doesn't have a problem and goes for hours without needing a pee and doesn't wet at night.After a run in the forest, as she stretches to get back in the car there is a flow of urine momentarily from her.She is very fit and active, and not overweight. Answered by Devon Terman 3 months ago.

your problem is called spay incontinence. it is caused by a deficiency of estrogen causing a relaxing of the sphincter that controls urine flow. it is usually corrected with stilbestrol, a hormone replacement. Answered by Ruthann Kuo 3 months ago.

Spay incontinence is a fairly common side effect to spaying bi-ches and one which doesn't seem to be mentioned when people ask about spaying their dogs. I would go to the vet and mention what is happening they might change the dosage of propalin or change the medication to incurin. Answered by Heide Loranger 3 months ago.


How long can sperm live in a woman's body after ejaculation?
Seriously. I don't remember what she said in class and I've looked it up online and I get so many different answers! Anyways, the options are: 1.12-24 hours 2. 24-36 hours 3. 1-2 days 4. 3-5 days 5. 5-7 days Asked by Russ Macomb 3 months ago.

Up to 72 hours from memory...in a cobweb-riddled memory, by the way. I would answer 3. 1-2 days. I'll do a bit of research, though, and see what I find. Article #1 (1982 - a bit old but I'm sure they would have known something about the birds and the bees): Title: Basal body temperature, ovulation and the risk of conception, with special reference to the lifetimes of sperm and egg. Journal: Biometrics Section: "The risks of conception, due to sexual intercourse at various times before and after the periovulatory rise in the woman's basal body temperature, are evaluated. In general, the risk is small nine or more days before, and two or more days after, the first day of elevated temperature. The model for the conception probabilities assumes exponential survival distributions for sperm and egg and a specific probability that an egg is viable. Median survival times for sperm and egg are estimated at 1.0 days and 0.5 days, respectively." Want to look further afield, though...hopefully be back with more... Article #2 (1995 - a bit better time-wise): Title: Timing of Sexual Intercourse in Relation to Ovulation — Effects on the Probability of Conception, Survival of the Pregnancy, and Sex of the Baby. Journal: The New England Journal of Medicine Section: "We recruited 221 healthy women who were planning to become pregnant....The probability of conception ranged from 0.10 when intercourse occurred five days before ovulation to 0.33 when it occurred on the day of ovulation itself. There was no evident relation between the age of sperm and the viability of the conceptus, although only 6 percent of the pregnancies could be firmly attributed to sperm that were three or more days old." Had a bit more of a look around but, as you said, very different durations reported. I think you can safely say 3 days or more but whether it's 4. or 5. is the big question. Will return if I come across anything more. Hehe...had to share this cute article (the female subjects are referred to as "the wives") from 1950: Title: Sperm survival at estimated ovulation time: prognostic significance. Journal: Fertility and Sterility Section: "In a group of 25 infertile couples, the wives were asked to report daily for vaginal smears for evaluation of timing of ovulation. Basal body temperature was also recorded. Artificial insemination was performed or coitus was recommended to take place during estimated time of ovulation. 150 examinations of cervical secretions were made daily for 7 days, from 1 1/2 hours to 72 hours after insemination. Data on 1) amount and consistency of cervical mucus; 2) number of pus cells and spermatozoa, and 3) grade of sperm motility were analyzed from standpoint of timing of ovulation; effect of drugs (stilbestrol, sulfonamides and hyaluronidase), and; prognostic significance of sperm survival. Spermatozoa survived routinely in the cervical mucus at ovulation time from 1 1/2 to 72 hours post-insemination (average, 22 hours; mode, 24 hours). There was a direct relationship between increased quantity and diminished viscosity of cervical secretions and prolonged sperm survival. Survival time of spermatozoa in the mucus is improved by the administration of estrogens but not by hyaluronidase. Where cervicitis exists, sulfonamides serve to increase sperm survival. In the absence of estrogen therapy, sperm survival for 24 hours or more in the cervical mucus signals ovulation time. Nevertheless, optimal sperm survival in cervical mucus does not guarantee pregnancy." Classic! Answered by Edison Beliles 3 months ago.


What over the counter cold medicine use for incontinent dog?
Asked by Thomasena Kindler 3 months ago.

please go to your vet!! the treatment for incontinence is not expensive especially if they put on (her i am gathering), stilbestrol. Get it medically diagnosed and then you will be doing the right thing by your dog. Answered by Ladonna Keodalah 3 months ago.

The ingredient in cold medicines that helped incontinence was removed several years ago. My vet had recommended it as the cheapest way to go, for my elderly Great Dane, who had become incontinent during her sleep. After that, I got tablets from the vet containing the same ingredient, they are quite inexpensive. Answered by Deeann Lallave 3 months ago.

I have worked for a vet for 9 years and have never heard of giving a dog OTC cold meds for incontinence. Contact your vet for a prescribe med for the problem Answered by Launa Borlin 3 months ago.

I have an incontinent dog...she has to take a daily pill but it is prescribed. What does cold medicine have to do with helping a dog hold it's urine? Answered by Shizuko Standage 3 months ago.

The medication your thinking of was used as a weight loss supplement many years ago, but was found not to be safe for humans, so it is no longer available OTC. It is still available by prescription thru your vet, which is the correct way to obtain a medication for your pet. Not only is it morally wrong to make a decision based on no medical training or knowledge, but here in the states it is ILLEGAL to diagnose, treat or prescribe medicine to any animal (even your own) with out a veterinary medical liscence. Answered by Cassie Bohanan 3 months ago.

Do you even know what the word incontinent means? Trust me it's nothing an OTC cold pill will treat. Answered by Hettie Torstrick 3 months ago.

Do not use any OTC medications on your animal unless your vet has prescribed them for you. Why would you give a cold medicine for a dog that can't control its urination? Answered by Lorenza Favors 3 months ago.

you're going to give your dog OTC cold medicine because it is incontinent? Answered by Grant Hazelbaker 3 months ago.

Call a vet, don't self-prescribe for your dog. You could make him REALLY sick. Please be careful! Answered by Cassandra Noguchi 3 months ago.


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ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
004056/001 STILBESTROL DIETHYLSTILBESTROL SUPPOSITORY/VAGINAL 0.1MG
004056/002 STILBESTROL DIETHYLSTILBESTROL SUPPOSITORY/VAGINAL 0.5MG
004056/003 STILBESTROL DIETHYLSTILBESTROL INJECTABLE/INJECTION 0.2MG per ML
004056/004 STILBESTROL DIETHYLSTILBESTROL INJECTABLE/INJECTION 0.5MG per ML
004056/005 STILBESTROL DIETHYLSTILBESTROL INJECTABLE/INJECTION 1MG per ML
004056/006 STILBESTROL DIETHYLSTILBESTROL INJECTABLE/INJECTION 5MG per ML
083002/001 STILBESTROL DIETHYLSTILBESTROL TABLET/ORAL 1MG
083003/001 STILBESTROL DIETHYLSTILBESTROL TABLET, DELAYED RELEASE/ORAL 0.5MG
083004/001 STILBESTROL DIETHYLSTILBESTROL TABLET/ORAL 0.5MG
083005/001 STILBESTROL DIETHYLSTILBESTROL TABLET, DELAYED RELEASE/ORAL 1MG
083006/001 STILBESTROL DIETHYLSTILBESTROL TABLET/ORAL 5MG
083007/001 STILBESTROL DIETHYLSTILBESTROL TABLET, DELAYED RELEASE/ORAL 5MG

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ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
004039/002 DIETHYLSTILBESTROL DIETHYLSTILBESTROL TABLET, DELAYED RELEASE/ORAL 0.1MG
004039/003 DIETHYLSTILBESTROL DIETHYLSTILBESTROL TABLET, DELAYED RELEASE/ORAL 0.5MG
004039/004 DIETHYLSTILBESTROL DIETHYLSTILBESTROL TABLET, DELAYED RELEASE/ORAL 1MG
004039/005 DIETHYLSTILBESTROL DIETHYLSTILBESTROL TABLET, DELAYED RELEASE/ORAL 0.25MG
004039/006 DIETHYLSTILBESTROL DIETHYLSTILBESTROL TABLET, DELAYED RELEASE/ORAL 5MG
004040/001 DIETHYLSTILBESTROL DIETHYLSTILBESTROL SUPPOSITORY/VAGINAL 0.1MG
004040/002 DIETHYLSTILBESTROL DIETHYLSTILBESTROL SUPPOSITORY/VAGINAL 0.5MG
004041/002 DIETHYLSTILBESTROL DIETHYLSTILBESTROL TABLET/ORAL 0.1MG
004041/003 DIETHYLSTILBESTROL DIETHYLSTILBESTROL TABLET/ORAL 0.5MG
004041/004 DIETHYLSTILBESTROL DIETHYLSTILBESTROL TABLET/ORAL 1MG
004041/005 DIETHYLSTILBESTROL DIETHYLSTILBESTROL TABLET/ORAL 5MG
004056/001 STILBESTROL DIETHYLSTILBESTROL SUPPOSITORY/VAGINAL 0.1MG
004056/002 STILBESTROL DIETHYLSTILBESTROL SUPPOSITORY/VAGINAL 0.5MG
004056/003 STILBESTROL DIETHYLSTILBESTROL INJECTABLE/INJECTION 0.2MG per ML
004056/004 STILBESTROL DIETHYLSTILBESTROL INJECTABLE/INJECTION 0.5MG per ML
004056/005 STILBESTROL DIETHYLSTILBESTROL INJECTABLE/INJECTION 1MG per ML
004056/006 STILBESTROL DIETHYLSTILBESTROL INJECTABLE/INJECTION 5MG per ML
004056/007 STILBETIN DIETHYLSTILBESTROL TABLET/ORAL 0.1MG
004056/008 STILBETIN DIETHYLSTILBESTROL TABLET/ORAL 0.5MG
004056/009 STILBETIN DIETHYLSTILBESTROL TABLET/ORAL 1MG
004056/010 STILBETIN DIETHYLSTILBESTROL TABLET/ORAL 5MG
004056/011 STILBETIN DIETHYLSTILBESTROL TABLET, DELAYED RELEASE/ORAL 0.1MG
004056/012 STILBETIN DIETHYLSTILBESTROL TABLET, DELAYED RELEASE/ORAL 0.5MG
004056/013 STILBETIN DIETHYLSTILBESTROL TABLET, DELAYED RELEASE/ORAL 1MG
004056/014 STILBETIN DIETHYLSTILBESTROL TABLET, DELAYED RELEASE/ORAL 5MG
004056/017 STILBETIN DIETHYLSTILBESTROL TABLET/ORAL 0.25MG
083002/001 STILBESTROL DIETHYLSTILBESTROL TABLET/ORAL 1MG
083003/001 STILBESTROL DIETHYLSTILBESTROL TABLET, DELAYED RELEASE/ORAL 0.5MG
083004/001 STILBESTROL DIETHYLSTILBESTROL TABLET/ORAL 0.5MG
083005/001 STILBESTROL DIETHYLSTILBESTROL TABLET, DELAYED RELEASE/ORAL 1MG
083006/001 STILBESTROL DIETHYLSTILBESTROL TABLET/ORAL 5MG
083007/001 STILBESTROL DIETHYLSTILBESTROL TABLET, DELAYED RELEASE/ORAL 5MG

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