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Estrofem is a natural hormone replacement therapy (HRT} which is typically used for the short-term symptomatic relief of women who've had their uterus surgically removed (also known as hysterectomy). Estrofem stimulates the production of progesterone by the pituitary gland, thereby correcting the imbalance of estrogen levels in the body. In addition to the relief of symptoms, estrofem also helps you to lose some weight because its action regulates your appetite. It's thought that this may work by affecting the production of fat cells in your liver. However, further research is needed to confirm this and other claims are being made about estrofem's benefits.
The active ingredient in estrofem is hemihydrate, which acts like estrogen itself. A tablet contains 1 mg of hemihydrate and the recommended dosing is once a day. The majority of the hemihydrate in an HRT tablet contains the compound capsaicin, which produces the burning sensation we associate with spicy foods. The burning can be very severe in some people and can continue for hours. If you experience this, contact your doctor immediately.
Estrofem has shown to be effective for treating endometriosis and has been successfully used to treat and shrink benign prostatic hyperplasia, or enlarged prostate. It's currently being studied for its potential use in the treatment and prevention of breast and ovarian cancer. It has also been shown to be effective in treating vaginal candidiasis, urinary tract infections and bacterial vaginosis. It appears to help prevent miscarriage and is said to improve the quality of life for women with endometriosis, by improving their menstrual cycles. While the jury is still out on the safety and effectiveness of estrofem, many physicians are using it as an alternative to HRT.
There are some common questions about using Estrofem. One of the biggest is how it works to combat the causes of menopause and breast cancer. Many of the warnings come from health care professionals who are not trained in using the therapy. In Estrofem's case, those are the results of bad research and marketing.
While the above mentioned side effects are certainly possible with the use of estrogens, there is no evidence that they will occur. In fact, there have been no reported cases of such things happening. However, the health professionals who are recommending the use of estrogens, do not share that information with everyone. You should check with your doctor, before taking any medications, especially over the internet or via email. You should also check the data available on Estrofem, to make sure you are getting what you pay for.
Estrofem is marketed under a number of different names: conjugated estrogen/progestogen, non-conjugated estrogen, MPA, progestin, estrogen/progestogen, and ethinyl estradiol. All the names are used interchangeably, but each has a different function. The one thing they all have in common is that the primary ingredient, estrogens, is derived from a plant called soy. The health initiative studied the effects of estrogens on women who are already taking oral contraceptives.
The study was performed on women who were taking the lowest dose of oral contraceptives, yet the most effective form of therapy was found in this study. The study found that there was a significant improvement in liver function, as evidenced by an increase in bile production, and there was a marked reduction in homocysteine levels. The treatment also produced significant changes in the levels of insulin and growth hormone. It is believed that the increased bile production is what helps to improve insulin sensitivity and glucose control. These hormones are both important for keeping a healthy liver, so any improvement in insulin sensitivity and glucose control is important to maintaining good health.
Estrofem tablet is taken once a day, with it's primary ingredient, estradiol, absorbed immediately into the bloodstream. Estrofem tablet does not contain estrogen-like effects on the female body. This tablet does not prevent ovulation, and once the ovary has been ruptured, no woman should take estradiol again. When used by women who are nursing or planning to become pregnant, or by women with liver disease, this tablet may reduce the risk of developing conditions such as endometrial and endometrial cyst growth, uterine growth syndrome, and breast cancer.