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EST Estrgn Methtest .625/1.25 mg
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I am a 42 yr old woman and had a complete hysterectomy in October 2008. Within 1 year of my surgery, I began experiencing extreme hair loss. This November, my doctor prescribed EST ESTRN METHTEST .625/1.25 mg (in addition to the ESTRADIOL .5mg that I was already taking) to help reduce the hair loss. I was wondering if this medication is used for this purpose (as well as it's other benefits)? My mother is a breast cancer survivor (2009) & I am concerned about increasing my chances, by taking all these medications. Is it safe, or should I just accept my balding? ## This medication is a combination of Esterified Estrogens and Methyltestosterone, they are used for hormone replacement, to help with the symptoms of menopause or a deficiency in these hormones. Thus, yes, if the hair lo... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Estradiol.
Mon, Mar 02 '15, 9:19 AM
estratest d.s.
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hormone ## Please give me an explanation of the discontinuance of EST ESTROGENMTEST DSTAB GLENMARK tablets,(dark green ones) and recommend a testosterone substitute for a female who has benefited from multiple organisms - not EST ESTRGN METHTEST 1.25/2.5? These do not work. Thank you. Patricia ## ESTROGENMTEST-DSTAB I THINK IT IS TO STRONG FOR ME MY HAIR IT IS COMING OUT ,I NEVER HAD THIS PROBLM BEFORE THE MG IS1.25@2.5 IHAVE TRIED EVER HAIR PR0DUCT,THAT WHY I SAY IT TO STRONG FOR MY HAIR ## Does Est Estrogenmtest Dstab Glenmark contain any Testosterone? ## Yes, this contains a form of Testosterone called Methyltestosterone. Women do still have a small amount of it in their bodies, which is necessary for their overall health and well being, just like men have some estrogens and progeste... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Estratest.
Mon, May 27 '13, 11:54 AM

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