8 Aug 2009
Cenestin contains synthetic conjugated estrogens A, and there are no generics available.
The manufacturer is Duramed Pharmaceuticals, Inc. and according to the FDA Orange Book, Cenestin is under patent protection until 2015. Means there won't be any generics for a while...
Similar products include Enjuvia (synthetic conjugated estrogens, B) and Premarin (conjugated estrogens).
- Cenestin Information for Consumers
- Cenestin Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Cenestin (detailed)
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I'm 69yrs., losing my hair, which is a side effect. My Dr. offers no advice other than "just stop taking". Help, please!
1 answer • 16 Nov 2009
I have developed a rash or pimples on my face (masked under eyes and nose) and forehead since taking Cenestin. Is this normal?
1 answer • 20 Jan 2010
My insurance company says Cenestin is on back and it could be a year before they get it. Can that be
My insurance company says Cenestin is on backorderand it could be a year before the order is filled.Could this be true?
2 answers • 21 Feb 2011
Does anyone get Cenestin at a local pharmacy?
1 answer • 16 Jan 2012
blurred vision? Whether such generic form is approved by FDA? Before changing over,it is not clear to me what ingredient is causing such adverse ...
1 answer • 2 Jun 2013