- Powder: Yes
- Certification: GMP, ISO 9001, USP
- State: Solid
- Trademark: LvXin
- Specification: 10g, 50g, 100g, 1kg
- Customized: Customized
- Suitable for: Adult
- Purity: >99%
- Transport Package: According The Quantity
- Origin: China
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Assay: 99% min.
Packing: 1kg/foil bag.
Delivery: Express courier.
Character: White powder.
Function: pharmaceutical material, Steroid hormone, Anabolin. A synthetic steroid with weak estrogenic, androgenic and progestogenic activity. A pharamceutical used in the treatment of menopausal syndrome.
Brandname: Nan Jian,He Zhong
Origin : China
Payments: T/T,West Union,Money Gram,etc
Qualitification: ISO 9001, KOSHER,UKAS
Delivery time: send within 24 hours after we check your payments,usually reach U within a week
Min order: 10g
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1.Tibolone Acetate prevents bone loss and reduces spinal fractures .
One uncontrolled English study has suggested that Tibolone Acetate increases breast cancer risk but better quality placebo controlled randomised trials do not show that breast cancer rates in healthy women are changed by Tibolone Acetate .
Tibolone Acetate does not increase breast density .
Tibolone Acetate may interfere with the effectiveness of breast cancer therapies and its use is contraindicated in women with breast cancer .
2.Regular mammograms and breast examination are advisable for all women.
Tibolone Acetate decreases total and LDL cholesterol and triglyceride levels. However, it also decreases HDL cholesterol. The impact of these changes are not clear.
Recent research suggests that Tibolone Acetate increases the risk of stroke . This risk is mainly seen in women over 60 years of age. The increase among women in their 50s is 4 extra cases per 1000 and among women in their 60s, an extra 13 cases per 1000 women.
Tibolone Acetate should not be used for cardiovascular protection.
Few data are available with regard to thrombosis risk are available and the outcomes are inconclusive.
3.Although the menopause is a generic physiologic event, its biology is variable and specific to a given individual. Genetically determined distribution and polymorphism of relevant hormone receptors, enzymes, and various cofactors are the biologic mechanisms controlling an individual's clinical response to endogenous and prescribed hormones. Advances in molecular biology have led to the development of newer pharmacologic agents that are tailored to meet specific therapeutic objectives, based on the hormonal biology of relevant organs. Tibolone Acetate, an analogue of the progestin, norethynodrel, is a drug with tissue-specific effects on receptors and enzymes that influences the synthesis and metabolism of endogenous estrogen, progesterone, and androgen. This is achieved via the intestinal bioconversion of Tibolone Acetate into metabolites that have tissue-specific agonistic and/or antagonistic estrogenic (3alpha and 3beta hydroxyTibolone Acetate) and progestogenic/androgenic (delta4 Tibolone Acetate) properties.
4.The postmenopausal synthesis and metabolism of estrogen and androgen are briefly reviewed with particular reference to sex steroid activity in various target organs. On the basis of this hormonal physiology, the clinical utility of Tibolone Acetate is reviewed as a therapeutic agent for the treatment of the symptomatic menopause. The effects of Tibolone Acetate on bone health and osteoporosis, cardiovascular disease, the breast, and the endometrium are summarized, and its role in clinical practice is reviewed.