Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 020992/001.

Names and composition

"CENESTIN" is the commercial name of a drug composed of ESTROGENS, CONJUGATED SYNTHETIC A.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
020992/001 CENESTIN ESTROGENS, CONJUGATED SYNTHETIC A TABLET/ORAL 0.3MG
020992/002 CENESTIN ESTROGENS, CONJUGATED SYNTHETIC A TABLET/ORAL 0.625MG
020992/003 CENESTIN ESTROGENS, CONJUGATED SYNTHETIC A TABLET/ORAL 0.9MG
020992/004 CENESTIN ESTROGENS, CONJUGATED SYNTHETIC A TABLET/ORAL 1.25MG
020992/005 CENESTIN ESTROGENS, CONJUGATED SYNTHETIC A TABLET/ORAL 0.45MG

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
020992/001 CENESTIN ESTROGENS, CONJUGATED SYNTHETIC A TABLET/ORAL 0.3MG
020992/002 CENESTIN ESTROGENS, CONJUGATED SYNTHETIC A TABLET/ORAL 0.625MG
020992/003 CENESTIN ESTROGENS, CONJUGATED SYNTHETIC A TABLET/ORAL 0.9MG
020992/004 CENESTIN ESTROGENS, CONJUGATED SYNTHETIC A TABLET/ORAL 1.25MG
020992/005 CENESTIN ESTROGENS, CONJUGATED SYNTHETIC A TABLET/ORAL 0.45MG
021788/001 SYNTHETIC CONJUGATED ESTROGENS A ESTROGENS, CONJUGATED SYNTHETIC A CREAM/VAGINAL 0.625MG per GM

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Answered questions

I take cenestin for HRT, does anyone know anything about it?
Asked by Lynn Ports 2 years ago.

I have been taking Cenestin for 8 yrs now after a total hysterectomy...it has helped my hot flashes but sometimes I think it messes with my depression alot...I was tried on about 7 other HRT's with no success prior to taking Cenestin...any questions, please feel free to contact me. Answered by Lashawna Woodburn 2 years ago.


Does anyone take cenestin for surgical menopause? Are estrogen patches safer & as effective? Your thoughts?
I am in surgical menopause due to radical hysterectomy for endometrial cancer. I tried going w/o estrogen after they hysterectomy, but the hourly hot flashes and feeling like I was in a brain fog was unacceptable. Cenestin helps. I am taking 1.25 mgs which is the highest dose. I hear that hormone patches may be... Asked by Edelmira Leyra 2 years ago.

I am in surgical menopause due to radical hysterectomy for endometrial cancer. I tried going w/o estrogen after they hysterectomy, but the hourly hot flashes and feeling like I was in a brain fog was unacceptable. Cenestin helps. I am taking 1.25 mgs which is the highest dose. I hear that hormone patches may be safer. Does anyone have any personal esperience with this? Answered by Susana Kenniston 2 years ago.

Yes, increasing evidence is showing that estrogen patches are better and safer than estrogen pills. This is likely because patches more closely mimic what the body would naturally have--a constant low dose of hormones delivered to the blood stream, rather than a very large dose of hormones delivered almost all at once with the pill. Furthermore, with the pill, the body must digest it first and it passes through the liver where it is converted to a different type of estrogen, and it causes the body to produce some other hormones (SHBG) which affects your body's use of testosterone and thyroid hormones. And it is looking like the patch is better in terms of heart health too. Basically, I highly recommend you try the patch. If you don't like it, you can always go back to the pill. The only down side to the patch is that when it is removed, there's lint around the place where the patch was. You can remove that with a little baby oil in the shower, though. Answered by Carson Friese 2 years ago.


I take Cenestin and Medroxyprogestrone b/c I can't have a period naturally. Does anyone share this situation?
Hi,Does anyone share this situation? Has anyone in this situation ever gotten pregnant? My doctor says I can definitely get pegnant when I am ready. If you have any ideas about this I would love to hear. Also, if you know anything about long term effects of these drungs. Any information or stories you can... Asked by Gregory Steube 2 years ago.

Hi, Does anyone share this situation? Has anyone in this situation ever gotten pregnant? My doctor says I can definitely get pegnant when I am ready. If you have any ideas about this I would love to hear. Also, if you know anything about long term effects of these drungs. Any information or stories you can share would be great. Answered by Norbert Cahal 2 years ago.

I take hormone replacement, too. You need to be under the care of a doctor, but lots of people with this problem are called "mom." Answered by Azzie Mongeon 2 years ago.


Question regarding HRT...?
after taking cenestin for 2 years (.9) with good results, I started having night sweats and hot flashes again. my doctor said it was because i lost weight. he put me on the highest dose. since on this dose (enjuvia) all i want to do is eat, my eyes are dry, my mouth is dry, i am irritable, my skin and hair are... Asked by Suzi Jacquem 2 years ago.

after taking cenestin for 2 years (.9) with good results, I started having night sweats and hot flashes again. my doctor said it was because i lost weight. he put me on the highest dose. since on this dose (enjuvia) all i want to do is eat, my eyes are dry, my mouth is dry, i am irritable, my skin and hair are dry...are these possible side effects or is it just coincidence that these things are happening? Can I just stop taking prescription HRT cold turkey and go with natural over the counter? Answered by Meggan Bracamontes 2 years ago.

To me irt sounds like side effects all of the way.. I had my hysterectomy last December (2006) and I was only on the HRT for about 6 months.. I have Endometriosis and I am trying to get out of pain. But I have had LESS symptoms with out it, than with it. Except for the insomnia, but my other meds make me have that too. I think if you can talk to you Dr about changeing to the over the counter, do it. If you cant talk to them, change- but keep some of your perscription ones on hand in case you go nuts... LOL .... Answered by Fred Tennies 2 years ago.


What is celexin?
Asked by Colby Beeckman 2 years ago.

There is Celexa (an anti depressant) and Cenestin (Estrogen) but no Celexin. Answered by Gertude Aylock 2 years ago.

It is an Antibiotic and also goes by the name: Cephalexin. Answered by Briana Vakas 2 years ago.


Saw palmetto and birth control pills??
I take these herbal pills called "Ultimate Prostate Formula" because they have Saw Palmetto extract which helps clear skin. I have been on the birth control pill for almost two years, and was wondering if these pills or just Saw palmetto in general would interfere with my b.c. pills and make them not work... Asked by Libbie Bartels 2 years ago.

I take these herbal pills called "Ultimate Prostate Formula" because they have Saw Palmetto extract which helps clear skin. I have been on the birth control pill for almost two years, and was wondering if these pills or just Saw palmetto in general would interfere with my b.c. pills and make them not work right. Does anyone know if these pills will do anything to counteract the b.c., and what medicines DO mess with b.c. pills to make them not work? Answered by Kanesha Georgevic 2 years ago.


What are your experiences with using Clomid and Menopur?
Did you get pregnant with these fertility drugs and were there any side effects? I am starting a Clomid/Menopur/Ovidrel protocol next month and would like some feedback as to your experiences. Thanks. Asked by Armida Kuning 2 years ago.

I am on my 4th cycle of Clomid 100mg days 3-7 followed by Cenestin days 8-12. The only really noticeable side effect that I've ever had is being extremely emotional. Not upset, just crying for no reason. I've had a few times while on Clomid where I would get really dizzy if I stood up really fast, but it was only a few times & so I'm not sure if it was medication related or not. I also did 3 cycles of Clomid three years ago (successful pregnancy on round #3), and I had the same symptoms. Good luck! Answered by Marcelino Busta 2 years ago.


Has anyone with hashimotos tried taking armour thyroid?
I have been dealing with this for more than 3 years now, I was on levoxyol for about 2 years with no results. I had gained 75 lbs. and no luck in losing despite exercise and diet. I am the mother of 5, all teenagers, and am having a hard time keeping up. I have switched to the armour and lost about 12lbs in 2... Asked by Sheryll Harouff 2 years ago.

I have been dealing with this for more than 3 years now, I was on levoxyol for about 2 years with no results. I had gained 75 lbs. and no luck in losing despite exercise and diet. I am the mother of 5, all teenagers, and am having a hard time keeping up. I have switched to the armour and lost about 12lbs in 2 months. I'm just wondering if anyone else has had any luck to this problem. Most people just look at me like I'm fat, but I was always really small, and am having a hard time dealing with this extreme weight gain. I am also taking cenestin, due to early hysterectomy. Any suggestions or words of wisdom? Answered by Neil Charbonneau 2 years ago.

I don't have Hashi's, but I know of many women you do and they are on Armour thyroid. Many of them switched o Armour in hopes of losing weight. I made the switch myself, but weight loss just didn't happen for me. I did feel so much better though. I know of one who switched to Armour and lost weight with ease. Others lost weight by switching, but they had to exercise and make some diet changes. Answered by Alesha Kruegel 2 years ago.


What is the best form of hormone replacement therapy with the lowest risk for weight gain?
Due to severe menopausal symptoms, my doctor has placed me on hormone replacement therapy. We decided on a pill that is plant based, Cenestin. However, I have taken Cenestin for 4-months and now noticed a slow weight gain. Can anyone suggest another hormone replacement therapy medication that is not known to... Asked by Dana Allegood 2 years ago.

Due to severe menopausal symptoms, my doctor has placed me on hormone replacement therapy. We decided on a pill that is plant based, Cenestin. However, I have taken Cenestin for 4-months and now noticed a slow weight gain. Can anyone suggest another hormone replacement therapy medication that is not known to cause weight gain? Answered by Milissa Radovich 2 years ago.

I had to take Progyluton for irregular periods, and the info packet said it was for hormone replacement therapy too. And I didn't gain weight while on it. Answered by Daysi Skotnicki 2 years ago.


Female health question.?
is it easier for a woman to get breast cancer after having a supra cervical hysterectomy. and im an emotional wreck why is that and i don't sleep well any more . and im doing some of the weirdest things for instance i would be cooking and forget that im cooking . gaining weight like crazy. i feel uncomfortable... Asked by Debbi Klarich 2 years ago.

is it easier for a woman to get breast cancer after having a supra cervical hysterectomy. and im an emotional wreck why is that and i don't sleep well any more . and im doing some of the weirdest things for instance i would be cooking and forget that im cooking . gaining weight like crazy. i feel uncomfortable all the time. and the doctor said that i need hormone replacement therapy something called cenestin and i went online to read the side effects and it just to many side effects for me . so i drink soy milk to help with the hot flashes. i just want to know how long all this is going to last. if anybody out there knows how long i will be going though this i would like to know please help me please. Answered by Kathline Lafaso 2 years ago.

I know where you are coming from, as I had a hysterectomy 13 years ago, and hate to tell you but still have an occasional hot flash. However, I took Premarin for 7 years of that and truthfully it helped immensely. Doctors took me off of it due to the breast cancer scare. I don't think that the surgery causes breast cancer, but they say the hrt can. So far I am fine. If you have a good health food store in your area, they can recommend some good natural products for the symptoms of menopause. You could give that a try. I don't know what to recommend as I didn't take them, but my sister did. She got great help from some of it. good luck.. Answered by Eugena Bening 2 years ago.

Yes, the ones muscle groups are known as your kegels (said kay-gulls or kee-guls) aka your pelvic flooring muscle groups. They are the muscle groups liable for preventing and commencing the waft of urine while you pee. They also are one of the most muscle groups that agreement if in case you have an orgasm. Doing kegel physical activities is quality to your bladder and urinary method (much less hazard of you having difficulty "maintaining it" later in existence) and sure, when you do them normally it may well make your vagina think tighter on the grounds that you can have bigger muscle tone in that field. The simplest technique to be taught which muscle groups they're is to take action whilst you're peeing. Stop for a few seconds, then begin once more. Eventually you can be taught what muscle groups to make use of so you'll do it while you don't seem to be peeing. Just do a suite of 5 or ten, a few instances an afternoon, and it will maintain your muscle groups in beautiful well form. Answered by Domonique Pettingill 2 years ago.

Just know it will get better. Follow the doctors orders and stay strong. Answered by Rosaria Rodolph 2 years ago.


I take cenestin for HRT, does anyone know anything about it?
Asked by Meredith Wainman 2 years ago.

I have been taking Cenestin for 8 yrs now after a total hysterectomy...it has helped my hot flashes but sometimes I think it messes with my depression alot...I was tried on about 7 other HRT's with no success prior to taking Cenestin...any questions, please feel free to contact me. Answered by Debbie Bosowski 2 years ago.


Does anyone take cenestin for surgical menopause? Are estrogen patches safer & as effective? Your thoughts?
I am in surgical menopause due to radical hysterectomy for endometrial cancer. I tried going w/o estrogen after they hysterectomy, but the hourly hot flashes and feeling like I was in a brain fog was unacceptable. Cenestin helps. I am taking 1.25 mgs which is the highest dose. I hear that hormone patches may be... Asked by Tonisha Pruzansky 2 years ago.

I am in surgical menopause due to radical hysterectomy for endometrial cancer. I tried going w/o estrogen after they hysterectomy, but the hourly hot flashes and feeling like I was in a brain fog was unacceptable. Cenestin helps. I am taking 1.25 mgs which is the highest dose. I hear that hormone patches may be safer. Does anyone have any personal esperience with this? Answered by Marquis Overfelt 2 years ago.

Yes, increasing evidence is showing that estrogen patches are better and safer than estrogen pills. This is likely because patches more closely mimic what the body would naturally have--a constant low dose of hormones delivered to the blood stream, rather than a very large dose of hormones delivered almost all at once with the pill. Furthermore, with the pill, the body must digest it first and it passes through the liver where it is converted to a different type of estrogen, and it causes the body to produce some other hormones (SHBG) which affects your body's use of testosterone and thyroid hormones. And it is looking like the patch is better in terms of heart health too. Basically, I highly recommend you try the patch. If you don't like it, you can always go back to the pill. The only down side to the patch is that when it is removed, there's lint around the place where the patch was. You can remove that with a little baby oil in the shower, though. Answered by Chet Kelcourse 2 years ago.


I take Cenestin and Medroxyprogestrone b/c I can't have a period naturally. Does anyone share this situation?
Hi,Does anyone share this situation? Has anyone in this situation ever gotten pregnant? My doctor says I can definitely get pegnant when I am ready. If you have any ideas about this I would love to hear. Also, if you know anything about long term effects of these drungs. Any information or stories you can... Asked by Louise Cotterman 2 years ago.

Hi, Does anyone share this situation? Has anyone in this situation ever gotten pregnant? My doctor says I can definitely get pegnant when I am ready. If you have any ideas about this I would love to hear. Also, if you know anything about long term effects of these drungs. Any information or stories you can share would be great. Answered by Shon Bowen 2 years ago.

I take hormone replacement, too. You need to be under the care of a doctor, but lots of people with this problem are called "mom." Answered by Verlie Depina 2 years ago.


Question regarding HRT...?
after taking cenestin for 2 years (.9) with good results, I started having night sweats and hot flashes again. my doctor said it was because i lost weight. he put me on the highest dose. since on this dose (enjuvia) all i want to do is eat, my eyes are dry, my mouth is dry, i am irritable, my skin and hair are... Asked by Klara Girona 2 years ago.

after taking cenestin for 2 years (.9) with good results, I started having night sweats and hot flashes again. my doctor said it was because i lost weight. he put me on the highest dose. since on this dose (enjuvia) all i want to do is eat, my eyes are dry, my mouth is dry, i am irritable, my skin and hair are dry...are these possible side effects or is it just coincidence that these things are happening? Can I just stop taking prescription HRT cold turkey and go with natural over the counter? Answered by Hortensia Trentz 2 years ago.

To me irt sounds like side effects all of the way.. I had my hysterectomy last December (2006) and I was only on the HRT for about 6 months.. I have Endometriosis and I am trying to get out of pain. But I have had LESS symptoms with out it, than with it. Except for the insomnia, but my other meds make me have that too. I think if you can talk to you Dr about changeing to the over the counter, do it. If you cant talk to them, change- but keep some of your perscription ones on hand in case you go nuts... LOL .... Answered by Claude Bronder 2 years ago.


What is celexin?
Asked by Felicia Shapiro 2 years ago.

There is Celexa (an anti depressant) and Cenestin (Estrogen) but no Celexin. Answered by Hank Adelstein 2 years ago.

It is an Antibiotic and also goes by the name: Cephalexin. Answered by Irene Oberhelman 2 years ago.


Saw palmetto and birth control pills??
I take these herbal pills called "Ultimate Prostate Formula" because they have Saw Palmetto extract which helps clear skin. I have been on the birth control pill for almost two years, and was wondering if these pills or just Saw palmetto in general would interfere with my b.c. pills and make them not work... Asked by Jocelyn Minnehan 2 years ago.

I take these herbal pills called "Ultimate Prostate Formula" because they have Saw Palmetto extract which helps clear skin. I have been on the birth control pill for almost two years, and was wondering if these pills or just Saw palmetto in general would interfere with my b.c. pills and make them not work right. Does anyone know if these pills will do anything to counteract the b.c., and what medicines DO mess with b.c. pills to make them not work? Answered by Lawanda Rhea 2 years ago.


What are your experiences with using Clomid and Menopur?
Did you get pregnant with these fertility drugs and were there any side effects? I am starting a Clomid/Menopur/Ovidrel protocol next month and would like some feedback as to your experiences. Thanks. Asked by Claribel Cho 2 years ago.

I am on my 4th cycle of Clomid 100mg days 3-7 followed by Cenestin days 8-12. The only really noticeable side effect that I've ever had is being extremely emotional. Not upset, just crying for no reason. I've had a few times while on Clomid where I would get really dizzy if I stood up really fast, but it was only a few times & so I'm not sure if it was medication related or not. I also did 3 cycles of Clomid three years ago (successful pregnancy on round #3), and I had the same symptoms. Good luck! Answered by Anisha Marose 2 years ago.


Has anyone with hashimotos tried taking armour thyroid?
I have been dealing with this for more than 3 years now, I was on levoxyol for about 2 years with no results. I had gained 75 lbs. and no luck in losing despite exercise and diet. I am the mother of 5, all teenagers, and am having a hard time keeping up. I have switched to the armour and lost about 12lbs in 2... Asked by Norris Dore 2 years ago.

I have been dealing with this for more than 3 years now, I was on levoxyol for about 2 years with no results. I had gained 75 lbs. and no luck in losing despite exercise and diet. I am the mother of 5, all teenagers, and am having a hard time keeping up. I have switched to the armour and lost about 12lbs in 2 months. I'm just wondering if anyone else has had any luck to this problem. Most people just look at me like I'm fat, but I was always really small, and am having a hard time dealing with this extreme weight gain. I am also taking cenestin, due to early hysterectomy. Any suggestions or words of wisdom? Answered by Latashia Maccarino 2 years ago.

I don't have Hashi's, but I know of many women you do and they are on Armour thyroid. Many of them switched o Armour in hopes of losing weight. I made the switch myself, but weight loss just didn't happen for me. I did feel so much better though. I know of one who switched to Armour and lost weight with ease. Others lost weight by switching, but they had to exercise and make some diet changes. Answered by Otto Qare 2 years ago.


What is the best form of hormone replacement therapy with the lowest risk for weight gain?
Due to severe menopausal symptoms, my doctor has placed me on hormone replacement therapy. We decided on a pill that is plant based, Cenestin. However, I have taken Cenestin for 4-months and now noticed a slow weight gain. Can anyone suggest another hormone replacement therapy medication that is not known to... Asked by Latoya Geesey 2 years ago.

Due to severe menopausal symptoms, my doctor has placed me on hormone replacement therapy. We decided on a pill that is plant based, Cenestin. However, I have taken Cenestin for 4-months and now noticed a slow weight gain. Can anyone suggest another hormone replacement therapy medication that is not known to cause weight gain? Answered by Royce Miltenberger 2 years ago.

I had to take Progyluton for irregular periods, and the info packet said it was for hormone replacement therapy too. And I didn't gain weight while on it. Answered by Sharee Adley 2 years ago.


Female health question.?
is it easier for a woman to get breast cancer after having a supra cervical hysterectomy. and im an emotional wreck why is that and i don't sleep well any more . and im doing some of the weirdest things for instance i would be cooking and forget that im cooking . gaining weight like crazy. i feel uncomfortable... Asked by Beau Blazon 2 years ago.

is it easier for a woman to get breast cancer after having a supra cervical hysterectomy. and im an emotional wreck why is that and i don't sleep well any more . and im doing some of the weirdest things for instance i would be cooking and forget that im cooking . gaining weight like crazy. i feel uncomfortable all the time. and the doctor said that i need hormone replacement therapy something called cenestin and i went online to read the side effects and it just to many side effects for me . so i drink soy milk to help with the hot flashes. i just want to know how long all this is going to last. if anybody out there knows how long i will be going though this i would like to know please help me please. Answered by Modesta Sundermeyer 2 years ago.

I know where you are coming from, as I had a hysterectomy 13 years ago, and hate to tell you but still have an occasional hot flash. However, I took Premarin for 7 years of that and truthfully it helped immensely. Doctors took me off of it due to the breast cancer scare. I don't think that the surgery causes breast cancer, but they say the hrt can. So far I am fine. If you have a good health food store in your area, they can recommend some good natural products for the symptoms of menopause. You could give that a try. I don't know what to recommend as I didn't take them, but my sister did. She got great help from some of it. good luck.. Answered by Lenny Genualdi 2 years ago.

Yes, the ones muscle groups are known as your kegels (said kay-gulls or kee-guls) aka your pelvic flooring muscle groups. They are the muscle groups liable for preventing and commencing the waft of urine while you pee. They also are one of the most muscle groups that agreement if in case you have an orgasm. Doing kegel physical activities is quality to your bladder and urinary method (much less hazard of you having difficulty "maintaining it" later in existence) and sure, when you do them normally it may well make your vagina think tighter on the grounds that you can have bigger muscle tone in that field. The simplest technique to be taught which muscle groups they're is to take action whilst you're peeing. Stop for a few seconds, then begin once more. Eventually you can be taught what muscle groups to make use of so you'll do it while you don't seem to be peeing. Just do a suite of 5 or ten, a few instances an afternoon, and it will maintain your muscle groups in beautiful well form. Answered by Ladawn Handkins 2 years ago.

Just know it will get better. Follow the doctors orders and stay strong. Answered by Nenita Lumb 2 years ago.


I take cenestin for HRT, does anyone know anything about it?
Asked by Patrick Magsamen 2 years ago.

I have been taking Cenestin for 8 yrs now after a total hysterectomy...it has helped my hot flashes but sometimes I think it messes with my depression alot...I was tried on about 7 other HRT's with no success prior to taking Cenestin...any questions, please feel free to contact me. Answered by Glynda Siebenthal 2 years ago.


Does anyone take cenestin for surgical menopause? Are estrogen patches safer & as effective? Your thoughts?
I am in surgical menopause due to radical hysterectomy for endometrial cancer. I tried going w/o estrogen after they hysterectomy, but the hourly hot flashes and feeling like I was in a brain fog was unacceptable. Cenestin helps. I am taking 1.25 mgs which is the highest dose. I hear that hormone patches may be... Asked by Lili Rippstein 2 years ago.

I am in surgical menopause due to radical hysterectomy for endometrial cancer. I tried going w/o estrogen after they hysterectomy, but the hourly hot flashes and feeling like I was in a brain fog was unacceptable. Cenestin helps. I am taking 1.25 mgs which is the highest dose. I hear that hormone patches may be safer. Does anyone have any personal esperience with this? Answered by Jude Hackenberg 2 years ago.

Yes, increasing evidence is showing that estrogen patches are better and safer than estrogen pills. This is likely because patches more closely mimic what the body would naturally have--a constant low dose of hormones delivered to the blood stream, rather than a very large dose of hormones delivered almost all at once with the pill. Furthermore, with the pill, the body must digest it first and it passes through the liver where it is converted to a different type of estrogen, and it causes the body to produce some other hormones (SHBG) which affects your body's use of testosterone and thyroid hormones. And it is looking like the patch is better in terms of heart health too. Basically, I highly recommend you try the patch. If you don't like it, you can always go back to the pill. The only down side to the patch is that when it is removed, there's lint around the place where the patch was. You can remove that with a little baby oil in the shower, though. Answered by Cristopher Debrot 2 years ago.


I take Cenestin and Medroxyprogestrone b/c I can't have a period naturally. Does anyone share this situation?
Hi,Does anyone share this situation? Has anyone in this situation ever gotten pregnant? My doctor says I can definitely get pegnant when I am ready. If you have any ideas about this I would love to hear. Also, if you know anything about long term effects of these drungs. Any information or stories you can... Asked by Dick Loft 2 years ago.

Hi, Does anyone share this situation? Has anyone in this situation ever gotten pregnant? My doctor says I can definitely get pegnant when I am ready. If you have any ideas about this I would love to hear. Also, if you know anything about long term effects of these drungs. Any information or stories you can share would be great. Answered by Rachel Kalland 2 years ago.

I take hormone replacement, too. You need to be under the care of a doctor, but lots of people with this problem are called "mom." Answered by Moses Adamiak 2 years ago.


Question regarding HRT...?
after taking cenestin for 2 years (.9) with good results, I started having night sweats and hot flashes again. my doctor said it was because i lost weight. he put me on the highest dose. since on this dose (enjuvia) all i want to do is eat, my eyes are dry, my mouth is dry, i am irritable, my skin and hair are... Asked by Janna Pellet 2 years ago.

after taking cenestin for 2 years (.9) with good results, I started having night sweats and hot flashes again. my doctor said it was because i lost weight. he put me on the highest dose. since on this dose (enjuvia) all i want to do is eat, my eyes are dry, my mouth is dry, i am irritable, my skin and hair are dry...are these possible side effects or is it just coincidence that these things are happening? Can I just stop taking prescription HRT cold turkey and go with natural over the counter? Answered by Georgie Ducharme 2 years ago.

To me irt sounds like side effects all of the way.. I had my hysterectomy last December (2006) and I was only on the HRT for about 6 months.. I have Endometriosis and I am trying to get out of pain. But I have had LESS symptoms with out it, than with it. Except for the insomnia, but my other meds make me have that too. I think if you can talk to you Dr about changeing to the over the counter, do it. If you cant talk to them, change- but keep some of your perscription ones on hand in case you go nuts... LOL .... Answered by Madalyn Gertsen 2 years ago.


What is celexin?
Asked by Bobbie Bortignon 2 years ago.

There is Celexa (an anti depressant) and Cenestin (Estrogen) but no Celexin. Answered by Venice Jasica 2 years ago.

It is an Antibiotic and also goes by the name: Cephalexin. Answered by Noble Todahl 2 years ago.


Saw palmetto and birth control pills??
I take these herbal pills called "Ultimate Prostate Formula" because they have Saw Palmetto extract which helps clear skin. I have been on the birth control pill for almost two years, and was wondering if these pills or just Saw palmetto in general would interfere with my b.c. pills and make them not work... Asked by Codi Jennelle 2 years ago.

I take these herbal pills called "Ultimate Prostate Formula" because they have Saw Palmetto extract which helps clear skin. I have been on the birth control pill for almost two years, and was wondering if these pills or just Saw palmetto in general would interfere with my b.c. pills and make them not work right. Does anyone know if these pills will do anything to counteract the b.c., and what medicines DO mess with b.c. pills to make them not work? Answered by Kaley Padlo 2 years ago.


What are your experiences with using Clomid and Menopur?
Did you get pregnant with these fertility drugs and were there any side effects? I am starting a Clomid/Menopur/Ovidrel protocol next month and would like some feedback as to your experiences. Thanks. Asked by Marybelle Harbeson 2 years ago.

I am on my 4th cycle of Clomid 100mg days 3-7 followed by Cenestin days 8-12. The only really noticeable side effect that I've ever had is being extremely emotional. Not upset, just crying for no reason. I've had a few times while on Clomid where I would get really dizzy if I stood up really fast, but it was only a few times & so I'm not sure if it was medication related or not. I also did 3 cycles of Clomid three years ago (successful pregnancy on round #3), and I had the same symptoms. Good luck! Answered by Petronila Calender 2 years ago.


Has anyone with hashimotos tried taking armour thyroid?
I have been dealing with this for more than 3 years now, I was on levoxyol for about 2 years with no results. I had gained 75 lbs. and no luck in losing despite exercise and diet. I am the mother of 5, all teenagers, and am having a hard time keeping up. I have switched to the armour and lost about 12lbs in 2... Asked by Manie Roddam 2 years ago.

I have been dealing with this for more than 3 years now, I was on levoxyol for about 2 years with no results. I had gained 75 lbs. and no luck in losing despite exercise and diet. I am the mother of 5, all teenagers, and am having a hard time keeping up. I have switched to the armour and lost about 12lbs in 2 months. I'm just wondering if anyone else has had any luck to this problem. Most people just look at me like I'm fat, but I was always really small, and am having a hard time dealing with this extreme weight gain. I am also taking cenestin, due to early hysterectomy. Any suggestions or words of wisdom? Answered by Tiffaney Pulos 2 years ago.

I don't have Hashi's, but I know of many women you do and they are on Armour thyroid. Many of them switched o Armour in hopes of losing weight. I made the switch myself, but weight loss just didn't happen for me. I did feel so much better though. I know of one who switched to Armour and lost weight with ease. Others lost weight by switching, but they had to exercise and make some diet changes. Answered by Odell Giller 2 years ago.


What is the best form of hormone replacement therapy with the lowest risk for weight gain?
Due to severe menopausal symptoms, my doctor has placed me on hormone replacement therapy. We decided on a pill that is plant based, Cenestin. However, I have taken Cenestin for 4-months and now noticed a slow weight gain. Can anyone suggest another hormone replacement therapy medication that is not known to... Asked by Dennis Lizardo 2 years ago.

Due to severe menopausal symptoms, my doctor has placed me on hormone replacement therapy. We decided on a pill that is plant based, Cenestin. However, I have taken Cenestin for 4-months and now noticed a slow weight gain. Can anyone suggest another hormone replacement therapy medication that is not known to cause weight gain? Answered by Garth Popielarczyk 2 years ago.

I had to take Progyluton for irregular periods, and the info packet said it was for hormone replacement therapy too. And I didn't gain weight while on it. Answered by Lupe Jarnigan 2 years ago.


Female health question.?
is it easier for a woman to get breast cancer after having a supra cervical hysterectomy. and im an emotional wreck why is that and i don't sleep well any more . and im doing some of the weirdest things for instance i would be cooking and forget that im cooking . gaining weight like crazy. i feel uncomfortable... Asked by Elene Lesley 2 years ago.

is it easier for a woman to get breast cancer after having a supra cervical hysterectomy. and im an emotional wreck why is that and i don't sleep well any more . and im doing some of the weirdest things for instance i would be cooking and forget that im cooking . gaining weight like crazy. i feel uncomfortable all the time. and the doctor said that i need hormone replacement therapy something called cenestin and i went online to read the side effects and it just to many side effects for me . so i drink soy milk to help with the hot flashes. i just want to know how long all this is going to last. if anybody out there knows how long i will be going though this i would like to know please help me please. Answered by Ashton Aiton 2 years ago.

I know where you are coming from, as I had a hysterectomy 13 years ago, and hate to tell you but still have an occasional hot flash. However, I took Premarin for 7 years of that and truthfully it helped immensely. Doctors took me off of it due to the breast cancer scare. I don't think that the surgery causes breast cancer, but they say the hrt can. So far I am fine. If you have a good health food store in your area, they can recommend some good natural products for the symptoms of menopause. You could give that a try. I don't know what to recommend as I didn't take them, but my sister did. She got great help from some of it. good luck.. Answered by Maryalice Crissler 2 years ago.

Yes, the ones muscle groups are known as your kegels (said kay-gulls or kee-guls) aka your pelvic flooring muscle groups. They are the muscle groups liable for preventing and commencing the waft of urine while you pee. They also are one of the most muscle groups that agreement if in case you have an orgasm. Doing kegel physical activities is quality to your bladder and urinary method (much less hazard of you having difficulty "maintaining it" later in existence) and sure, when you do them normally it may well make your vagina think tighter on the grounds that you can have bigger muscle tone in that field. The simplest technique to be taught which muscle groups they're is to take action whilst you're peeing. Stop for a few seconds, then begin once more. Eventually you can be taught what muscle groups to make use of so you'll do it while you don't seem to be peeing. Just do a suite of 5 or ten, a few instances an afternoon, and it will maintain your muscle groups in beautiful well form. Answered by Micheline Vliem 2 years ago.

Just know it will get better. Follow the doctors orders and stay strong. Answered by Nedra Menninger 2 years ago.


I take cenestin for HRT, does anyone know anything about it?
Asked by Darryl Summerhays 2 years ago.

I have been taking Cenestin for 8 yrs now after a total hysterectomy...it has helped my hot flashes but sometimes I think it messes with my depression alot...I was tried on about 7 other HRT's with no success prior to taking Cenestin...any questions, please feel free to contact me. Answered by Beatriz Duree 2 years ago.


Does anyone take cenestin for surgical menopause? Are estrogen patches safer & as effective? Your thoughts?
I am in surgical menopause due to radical hysterectomy for endometrial cancer. I tried going w/o estrogen after they hysterectomy, but the hourly hot flashes and feeling like I was in a brain fog was unacceptable. Cenestin helps. I am taking 1.25 mgs which is the highest dose. I hear that hormone patches may be... Asked by Jayne Bare 2 years ago.

I am in surgical menopause due to radical hysterectomy for endometrial cancer. I tried going w/o estrogen after they hysterectomy, but the hourly hot flashes and feeling like I was in a brain fog was unacceptable. Cenestin helps. I am taking 1.25 mgs which is the highest dose. I hear that hormone patches may be safer. Does anyone have any personal esperience with this? Answered by Alvina Deist 2 years ago.

Yes, increasing evidence is showing that estrogen patches are better and safer than estrogen pills. This is likely because patches more closely mimic what the body would naturally have--a constant low dose of hormones delivered to the blood stream, rather than a very large dose of hormones delivered almost all at once with the pill. Furthermore, with the pill, the body must digest it first and it passes through the liver where it is converted to a different type of estrogen, and it causes the body to produce some other hormones (SHBG) which affects your body's use of testosterone and thyroid hormones. And it is looking like the patch is better in terms of heart health too. Basically, I highly recommend you try the patch. If you don't like it, you can always go back to the pill. The only down side to the patch is that when it is removed, there's lint around the place where the patch was. You can remove that with a little baby oil in the shower, though. Answered by Elizabeth Sheffo 2 years ago.


I take Cenestin and Medroxyprogestrone b/c I can't have a period naturally. Does anyone share this situation?
Hi,Does anyone share this situation? Has anyone in this situation ever gotten pregnant? My doctor says I can definitely get pegnant when I am ready. If you have any ideas about this I would love to hear. Also, if you know anything about long term effects of these drungs. Any information or stories you can... Asked by Tonja Kassay 2 years ago.

Hi, Does anyone share this situation? Has anyone in this situation ever gotten pregnant? My doctor says I can definitely get pegnant when I am ready. If you have any ideas about this I would love to hear. Also, if you know anything about long term effects of these drungs. Any information or stories you can share would be great. Answered by Mercedez Brumett 2 years ago.

I take hormone replacement, too. You need to be under the care of a doctor, but lots of people with this problem are called "mom." Answered by Lon Rusek 2 years ago.


Question regarding HRT...?
after taking cenestin for 2 years (.9) with good results, I started having night sweats and hot flashes again. my doctor said it was because i lost weight. he put me on the highest dose. since on this dose (enjuvia) all i want to do is eat, my eyes are dry, my mouth is dry, i am irritable, my skin and hair are... Asked by Sanjuanita Legare 2 years ago.

after taking cenestin for 2 years (.9) with good results, I started having night sweats and hot flashes again. my doctor said it was because i lost weight. he put me on the highest dose. since on this dose (enjuvia) all i want to do is eat, my eyes are dry, my mouth is dry, i am irritable, my skin and hair are dry...are these possible side effects or is it just coincidence that these things are happening? Can I just stop taking prescription HRT cold turkey and go with natural over the counter? Answered by Jackqueline Chinnery 2 years ago.

To me irt sounds like side effects all of the way.. I had my hysterectomy last December (2006) and I was only on the HRT for about 6 months.. I have Endometriosis and I am trying to get out of pain. But I have had LESS symptoms with out it, than with it. Except for the insomnia, but my other meds make me have that too. I think if you can talk to you Dr about changeing to the over the counter, do it. If you cant talk to them, change- but keep some of your perscription ones on hand in case you go nuts... LOL .... Answered by Drucilla Jaye 2 years ago.


What is celexin?
Asked by Olga Babicke 2 years ago.

There is Celexa (an anti depressant) and Cenestin (Estrogen) but no Celexin. Answered by Noble Rama 2 years ago.

It is an Antibiotic and also goes by the name: Cephalexin. Answered by Heide Ronin 2 years ago.


Saw palmetto and birth control pills??
I take these herbal pills called "Ultimate Prostate Formula" because they have Saw Palmetto extract which helps clear skin. I have been on the birth control pill for almost two years, and was wondering if these pills or just Saw palmetto in general would interfere with my b.c. pills and make them not work... Asked by Shanon Capicotto 2 years ago.

I take these herbal pills called "Ultimate Prostate Formula" because they have Saw Palmetto extract which helps clear skin. I have been on the birth control pill for almost two years, and was wondering if these pills or just Saw palmetto in general would interfere with my b.c. pills and make them not work right. Does anyone know if these pills will do anything to counteract the b.c., and what medicines DO mess with b.c. pills to make them not work? Answered by Kristyn Klauer 2 years ago.


What are your experiences with using Clomid and Menopur?
Did you get pregnant with these fertility drugs and were there any side effects? I am starting a Clomid/Menopur/Ovidrel protocol next month and would like some feedback as to your experiences. Thanks. Asked by Miki Obremski 2 years ago.

I am on my 4th cycle of Clomid 100mg days 3-7 followed by Cenestin days 8-12. The only really noticeable side effect that I've ever had is being extremely emotional. Not upset, just crying for no reason. I've had a few times while on Clomid where I would get really dizzy if I stood up really fast, but it was only a few times & so I'm not sure if it was medication related or not. I also did 3 cycles of Clomid three years ago (successful pregnancy on round #3), and I had the same symptoms. Good luck! Answered by Chun Quincel 2 years ago.


Has anyone with hashimotos tried taking armour thyroid?
I have been dealing with this for more than 3 years now, I was on levoxyol for about 2 years with no results. I had gained 75 lbs. and no luck in losing despite exercise and diet. I am the mother of 5, all teenagers, and am having a hard time keeping up. I have switched to the armour and lost about 12lbs in 2... Asked by Rashida Cashman 2 years ago.

I have been dealing with this for more than 3 years now, I was on levoxyol for about 2 years with no results. I had gained 75 lbs. and no luck in losing despite exercise and diet. I am the mother of 5, all teenagers, and am having a hard time keeping up. I have switched to the armour and lost about 12lbs in 2 months. I'm just wondering if anyone else has had any luck to this problem. Most people just look at me like I'm fat, but I was always really small, and am having a hard time dealing with this extreme weight gain. I am also taking cenestin, due to early hysterectomy. Any suggestions or words of wisdom? Answered by Cathy Bejil 2 years ago.

I don't have Hashi's, but I know of many women you do and they are on Armour thyroid. Many of them switched o Armour in hopes of losing weight. I made the switch myself, but weight loss just didn't happen for me. I did feel so much better though. I know of one who switched to Armour and lost weight with ease. Others lost weight by switching, but they had to exercise and make some diet changes. Answered by Curtis Gatesy 2 years ago.


What is the best form of hormone replacement therapy with the lowest risk for weight gain?
Due to severe menopausal symptoms, my doctor has placed me on hormone replacement therapy. We decided on a pill that is plant based, Cenestin. However, I have taken Cenestin for 4-months and now noticed a slow weight gain. Can anyone suggest another hormone replacement therapy medication that is not known to... Asked by Cristobal Withiam 2 years ago.

Due to severe menopausal symptoms, my doctor has placed me on hormone replacement therapy. We decided on a pill that is plant based, Cenestin. However, I have taken Cenestin for 4-months and now noticed a slow weight gain. Can anyone suggest another hormone replacement therapy medication that is not known to cause weight gain? Answered by Louetta Strout 2 years ago.

I had to take Progyluton for irregular periods, and the info packet said it was for hormone replacement therapy too. And I didn't gain weight while on it. Answered by Emelina Drewel 2 years ago.


Female health question.?
is it easier for a woman to get breast cancer after having a supra cervical hysterectomy. and im an emotional wreck why is that and i don't sleep well any more . and im doing some of the weirdest things for instance i would be cooking and forget that im cooking . gaining weight like crazy. i feel uncomfortable... Asked by Faviola Girgenti 2 years ago.

is it easier for a woman to get breast cancer after having a supra cervical hysterectomy. and im an emotional wreck why is that and i don't sleep well any more . and im doing some of the weirdest things for instance i would be cooking and forget that im cooking . gaining weight like crazy. i feel uncomfortable all the time. and the doctor said that i need hormone replacement therapy something called cenestin and i went online to read the side effects and it just to many side effects for me . so i drink soy milk to help with the hot flashes. i just want to know how long all this is going to last. if anybody out there knows how long i will be going though this i would like to know please help me please. Answered by Theda Lampron 2 years ago.

I know where you are coming from, as I had a hysterectomy 13 years ago, and hate to tell you but still have an occasional hot flash. However, I took Premarin for 7 years of that and truthfully it helped immensely. Doctors took me off of it due to the breast cancer scare. I don't think that the surgery causes breast cancer, but they say the hrt can. So far I am fine. If you have a good health food store in your area, they can recommend some good natural products for the symptoms of menopause. You could give that a try. I don't know what to recommend as I didn't take them, but my sister did. She got great help from some of it. good luck.. Answered by Miki Gollogly 2 years ago.

Yes, the ones muscle groups are known as your kegels (said kay-gulls or kee-guls) aka your pelvic flooring muscle groups. They are the muscle groups liable for preventing and commencing the waft of urine while you pee. They also are one of the most muscle groups that agreement if in case you have an orgasm. Doing kegel physical activities is quality to your bladder and urinary method (much less hazard of you having difficulty "maintaining it" later in existence) and sure, when you do them normally it may well make your vagina think tighter on the grounds that you can have bigger muscle tone in that field. The simplest technique to be taught which muscle groups they're is to take action whilst you're peeing. Stop for a few seconds, then begin once more. Eventually you can be taught what muscle groups to make use of so you'll do it while you don't seem to be peeing. Just do a suite of 5 or ten, a few instances an afternoon, and it will maintain your muscle groups in beautiful well form. Answered by Les Lavanchy 2 years ago.

Just know it will get better. Follow the doctors orders and stay strong. Answered by Daysi Crowers 2 years ago.


I take cenestin for HRT, does anyone know anything about it?
Asked by Dyan Francisque 2 years ago.

I have been taking Cenestin for 8 yrs now after a total hysterectomy...it has helped my hot flashes but sometimes I think it messes with my depression alot...I was tried on about 7 other HRT's with no success prior to taking Cenestin...any questions, please feel free to contact me. Answered by Librada Liz 2 years ago.


Does anyone take cenestin for surgical menopause? Are estrogen patches safer & as effective? Your thoughts?
I am in surgical menopause due to radical hysterectomy for endometrial cancer. I tried going w/o estrogen after they hysterectomy, but the hourly hot flashes and feeling like I was in a brain fog was unacceptable. Cenestin helps. I am taking 1.25 mgs which is the highest dose. I hear that hormone patches may be... Asked by Azzie Hauben 2 years ago.

I am in surgical menopause due to radical hysterectomy for endometrial cancer. I tried going w/o estrogen after they hysterectomy, but the hourly hot flashes and feeling like I was in a brain fog was unacceptable. Cenestin helps. I am taking 1.25 mgs which is the highest dose. I hear that hormone patches may be safer. Does anyone have any personal esperience with this? Answered by Jonna Thoben 2 years ago.

Yes, increasing evidence is showing that estrogen patches are better and safer than estrogen pills. This is likely because patches more closely mimic what the body would naturally have--a constant low dose of hormones delivered to the blood stream, rather than a very large dose of hormones delivered almost all at once with the pill. Furthermore, with the pill, the body must digest it first and it passes through the liver where it is converted to a different type of estrogen, and it causes the body to produce some other hormones (SHBG) which affects your body's use of testosterone and thyroid hormones. And it is looking like the patch is better in terms of heart health too. Basically, I highly recommend you try the patch. If you don't like it, you can always go back to the pill. The only down side to the patch is that when it is removed, there's lint around the place where the patch was. You can remove that with a little baby oil in the shower, though. Answered by Hyo Coultas 2 years ago.


I take Cenestin and Medroxyprogestrone b/c I can't have a period naturally. Does anyone share this situation?
Hi,Does anyone share this situation? Has anyone in this situation ever gotten pregnant? My doctor says I can definitely get pegnant when I am ready. If you have any ideas about this I would love to hear. Also, if you know anything about long term effects of these drungs. Any information or stories you can... Asked by Fausto Lunstrum 2 years ago.

Hi, Does anyone share this situation? Has anyone in this situation ever gotten pregnant? My doctor says I can definitely get pegnant when I am ready. If you have any ideas about this I would love to hear. Also, if you know anything about long term effects of these drungs. Any information or stories you can share would be great. Answered by Ronnie Floras 2 years ago.

I take hormone replacement, too. You need to be under the care of a doctor, but lots of people with this problem are called "mom." Answered by Yi Wnukowski 2 years ago.


Question regarding HRT...?
after taking cenestin for 2 years (.9) with good results, I started having night sweats and hot flashes again. my doctor said it was because i lost weight. he put me on the highest dose. since on this dose (enjuvia) all i want to do is eat, my eyes are dry, my mouth is dry, i am irritable, my skin and hair are... Asked by Santana Nonu 2 years ago.

after taking cenestin for 2 years (.9) with good results, I started having night sweats and hot flashes again. my doctor said it was because i lost weight. he put me on the highest dose. since on this dose (enjuvia) all i want to do is eat, my eyes are dry, my mouth is dry, i am irritable, my skin and hair are dry...are these possible side effects or is it just coincidence that these things are happening? Can I just stop taking prescription HRT cold turkey and go with natural over the counter? Answered by Grover Rosemore 2 years ago.

To me irt sounds like side effects all of the way.. I had my hysterectomy last December (2006) and I was only on the HRT for about 6 months.. I have Endometriosis and I am trying to get out of pain. But I have had LESS symptoms with out it, than with it. Except for the insomnia, but my other meds make me have that too. I think if you can talk to you Dr about changeing to the over the counter, do it. If you cant talk to them, change- but keep some of your perscription ones on hand in case you go nuts... LOL .... Answered by Aron Biedenbender 2 years ago.


What is celexin?
Asked by Delena Rosenbrook 2 years ago.

There is Celexa (an anti depressant) and Cenestin (Estrogen) but no Celexin. Answered by Temeka Trautman 2 years ago.

It is an Antibiotic and also goes by the name: Cephalexin. Answered by Carole Hands 2 years ago.


Saw palmetto and birth control pills??
I take these herbal pills called "Ultimate Prostate Formula" because they have Saw Palmetto extract which helps clear skin. I have been on the birth control pill for almost two years, and was wondering if these pills or just Saw palmetto in general would interfere with my b.c. pills and make them not work... Asked by Slyvia Nayee 2 years ago.

I take these herbal pills called "Ultimate Prostate Formula" because they have Saw Palmetto extract which helps clear skin. I have been on the birth control pill for almost two years, and was wondering if these pills or just Saw palmetto in general would interfere with my b.c. pills and make them not work right. Does anyone know if these pills will do anything to counteract the b.c., and what medicines DO mess with b.c. pills to make them not work? Answered by Lena Smyer 2 years ago.


What are your experiences with using Clomid and Menopur?
Did you get pregnant with these fertility drugs and were there any side effects? I am starting a Clomid/Menopur/Ovidrel protocol next month and would like some feedback as to your experiences. Thanks. Asked by Sara Viggiano 2 years ago.

I am on my 4th cycle of Clomid 100mg days 3-7 followed by Cenestin days 8-12. The only really noticeable side effect that I've ever had is being extremely emotional. Not upset, just crying for no reason. I've had a few times while on Clomid where I would get really dizzy if I stood up really fast, but it was only a few times & so I'm not sure if it was medication related or not. I also did 3 cycles of Clomid three years ago (successful pregnancy on round #3), and I had the same symptoms. Good luck! Answered by Michel Much 2 years ago.


Has anyone with hashimotos tried taking armour thyroid?
I have been dealing with this for more than 3 years now, I was on levoxyol for about 2 years with no results. I had gained 75 lbs. and no luck in losing despite exercise and diet. I am the mother of 5, all teenagers, and am having a hard time keeping up. I have switched to the armour and lost about 12lbs in 2... Asked by Kenton Culpepper 2 years ago.

I have been dealing with this for more than 3 years now, I was on levoxyol for about 2 years with no results. I had gained 75 lbs. and no luck in losing despite exercise and diet. I am the mother of 5, all teenagers, and am having a hard time keeping up. I have switched to the armour and lost about 12lbs in 2 months. I'm just wondering if anyone else has had any luck to this problem. Most people just look at me like I'm fat, but I was always really small, and am having a hard time dealing with this extreme weight gain. I am also taking cenestin, due to early hysterectomy. Any suggestions or words of wisdom? Answered by Karena Fremon 2 years ago.

I don't have Hashi's, but I know of many women you do and they are on Armour thyroid. Many of them switched o Armour in hopes of losing weight. I made the switch myself, but weight loss just didn't happen for me. I did feel so much better though. I know of one who switched to Armour and lost weight with ease. Others lost weight by switching, but they had to exercise and make some diet changes. Answered by Francisco Halpain 2 years ago.


What is the best form of hormone replacement therapy with the lowest risk for weight gain?
Due to severe menopausal symptoms, my doctor has placed me on hormone replacement therapy. We decided on a pill that is plant based, Cenestin. However, I have taken Cenestin for 4-months and now noticed a slow weight gain. Can anyone suggest another hormone replacement therapy medication that is not known to... Asked by Candy Kevelin 2 years ago.

Due to severe menopausal symptoms, my doctor has placed me on hormone replacement therapy. We decided on a pill that is plant based, Cenestin. However, I have taken Cenestin for 4-months and now noticed a slow weight gain. Can anyone suggest another hormone replacement therapy medication that is not known to cause weight gain? Answered by Darron Boxton 2 years ago.

I had to take Progyluton for irregular periods, and the info packet said it was for hormone replacement therapy too. And I didn't gain weight while on it. Answered by Debroah Ditommaso 2 years ago.


Female health question.?
is it easier for a woman to get breast cancer after having a supra cervical hysterectomy. and im an emotional wreck why is that and i don't sleep well any more . and im doing some of the weirdest things for instance i would be cooking and forget that im cooking . gaining weight like crazy. i feel uncomfortable... Asked by Jazmine Sweed 2 years ago.

is it easier for a woman to get breast cancer after having a supra cervical hysterectomy. and im an emotional wreck why is that and i don't sleep well any more . and im doing some of the weirdest things for instance i would be cooking and forget that im cooking . gaining weight like crazy. i feel uncomfortable all the time. and the doctor said that i need hormone replacement therapy something called cenestin and i went online to read the side effects and it just to many side effects for me . so i drink soy milk to help with the hot flashes. i just want to know how long all this is going to last. if anybody out there knows how long i will be going though this i would like to know please help me please. Answered by Danille Amdahl 2 years ago.

I know where you are coming from, as I had a hysterectomy 13 years ago, and hate to tell you but still have an occasional hot flash. However, I took Premarin for 7 years of that and truthfully it helped immensely. Doctors took me off of it due to the breast cancer scare. I don't think that the surgery causes breast cancer, but they say the hrt can. So far I am fine. If you have a good health food store in your area, they can recommend some good natural products for the symptoms of menopause. You could give that a try. I don't know what to recommend as I didn't take them, but my sister did. She got great help from some of it. good luck.. Answered by Melinda Tee 2 years ago.

Yes, the ones muscle groups are known as your kegels (said kay-gulls or kee-guls) aka your pelvic flooring muscle groups. They are the muscle groups liable for preventing and commencing the waft of urine while you pee. They also are one of the most muscle groups that agreement if in case you have an orgasm. Doing kegel physical activities is quality to your bladder and urinary method (much less hazard of you having difficulty "maintaining it" later in existence) and sure, when you do them normally it may well make your vagina think tighter on the grounds that you can have bigger muscle tone in that field. The simplest technique to be taught which muscle groups they're is to take action whilst you're peeing. Stop for a few seconds, then begin once more. Eventually you can be taught what muscle groups to make use of so you'll do it while you don't seem to be peeing. Just do a suite of 5 or ten, a few instances an afternoon, and it will maintain your muscle groups in beautiful well form. Answered by Janna Martorana 2 years ago.

Just know it will get better. Follow the doctors orders and stay strong. Answered by Charolette Hewlett 2 years ago.


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