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Dienestrol

Another synthetic estrogen of clinical value
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      Abstract

      Clinical trials of dienestrol for relief of climacteric symptoms in thirteen women indicate that doses of 0.2 to 0.5 mg. daily are adequate, dependable and tolerated without unpleasant side effects.
      a
      Results
      Patient Age Spontaneous Surgical Radiation Dienestrol mg./day Excellent Good
      Ac 55 # 0.2 #
      An 49 # # 0.6 #
      Er 29 # 0.3 #
      Ha 47 # 0.3 #
      Ke 36 # 0.5 #
      Ko 54 # 0.3 #
      Na 53 # 0.2 #
      Re 50 # 0.5 #
      Sc 56 # 0.1 #
      Sm 38 # 0.2 #
      Sw 49 # 0.1 #
      Va 31 #
      Irregular menses, climacteric symptoms.
      0.1 #
      We 39 # 0.3
      a Irregular menses, climacteric symptoms.
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