Estrace is made by a pharmaceutical company who claims that is the same 17 beta estradiol that compounding pharmacies make, called estradiol valerate, and is considered bioidentical. What is the difference between these two forms of estradiol?
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1 answer • 31 Aug 2009
area. Every pharmacy here gives me the oval Estrace tablets, and something about them (just like the generic Estradiol) makes me nauseated. I believe ...
1 answer • 23 Jul 2010
I know Estrace doesn't contain gluten, but I don't know if the generic estradiol pills do.
0 answers • 27 Sep 2014
I want bioidential and my pharmacist says they are exactly the same. I have trust issues! Are they processed the same in the body? I know prometrium ...
1 answer • 21 Feb 2015
Is there a recommended way to do this? Can I just stop the pills or do I need to wean from one to the other?
1 answer • 8 May 2015