| Tamoxifen, Nolvadex
Tamoxifen is an estrogen receptor antagonist
estrogen receptor antagonist
breast carcinoma, infertility, malignant melanoma, mastalgia, osteoporosis,
anemia, bone pain, cataracts, cholestasis, corneal deposits, corneal opacification, elevated hepatic enzymes, endometrial carcinoma, hepatic necrosis, hepatitis, hot flashes, hypercalcemia, hyperlipidemia, impotence, leukopenia, libido decrease, menstrual irregularity, nausea/vomiting, neutropenia, optic neuritis, pulmonary embolism, retinopathy, thrombocytopenia, vaginal bleeding, vaginal discharge, visual impairment,
Androstenedione increases estrogen levels, which may increase the adverse effects of estrogen therapy.
Boron may increase estrogen levels, which may increase the adverse effects of estrogen therapy.
Dong quai contains beta-sitosterol, a phytoestrogen, which may increase the adverse effects of estrogen therapy. Studies, however, do not support this.
Grapefruit juice slows breakdown of estrogen.
Ipriflavone protects bone, but may increase estrogen effect on the uterus.
Calcium and Vitamin D
Calcium and Vitamin D aid in bone growth.
Magnesium metabolism is enhanced by estrogen, which may result in a deficiency.
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