estradiol

NOUN
  1. the most powerful female hormone that occurs naturally; synthesized and used to treat estrogen deficiency and breast cancer
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  • N. N. Sarkar, “Low-Dose Intravaginal Estradiol Delivery Using a Silastic Vaginal Ring for Estrogen Replacement Therapy in Postmenopausal Women: A Review,” European Journal of Contraception and Reproductive Health Care 8, no. Our Bodies, Ourselves: Menopause
  • Estrogen natural synthetic estradiol ethinylestradiol estrone mestranol estriol Conjugated estrogen Recently Uploaded Slideshows
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  • The researchers were surprised to find significant estrogenic activity in 12 of the brands, with activity the equivalent of as much as 7.5 ng/L of 17 beta-estradiol, the naturally occurring sex hormone. Estrogens Found in Bottled Water
  • It appears that boron may be needed to activate hydroxylate specific steroid hormones such as vitamin D, testosterone, and estradiol. The New Super-Nutrition
  • Experimental and epidemiological studies suggest a high concentration of estriol may be necessary to modulate the impact of the high concentrations of estradiol and estrone seen in pregnancy.
  • Exposed to ethynyl estradiol, the male minnows 'testicular development was arrested and they started making early-stage eggs instead. YubaNet.com
  • The prominent estrogens in women are estradiol, estrone and estriol.
  • Circadian and circannual rhythms of sex steroids in men have been well described, but infradian dynamics of estradiol and progesterone in men are unknown.
  • #2 Cruciferous vegetables -- radish, broccoli, cauliflower, rutabaga, cabbage, turnips, turnip greens, contain indole - 3-carbinol, which lowers women's levels of a type of estrogen that may promote breast cancer. (16-hydroxy - estradiol and 16-hydroxy-estrone). Red meat raises risk of breast cancer in adolescence, but is not a risk in post-menopausal women, st
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