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liquid arimidex

liquid arimidex

About liquid arimidex

Arimidex is used for treating breast cancer in women who have been through menopause, including women with disease progression after tamoxifen therapy. Arimidex is an aromatase inhibitor. It works by lowering blood estradiol concentrations, which may decrease the size and growth of the tumor.

Uses

Anastrozole is used to treat breast cancer in women after menopause. Some breast cancers are made to grow faster by a natural hormone called estrogen. Anastrozole decreases the amount of estrogen the body makes and helps to slow or reverse the growth of these breast cancers.

Benefits of Anastrozole

Scientific study on animal test subjects has determined that Anastrozole’s ability to prohibit synthesis could make it a key component in the treatment for post-surgical breast cancer, pre-menopausal metastasis, and post-menopausal metastasis.

While the root of these theories indicates studies on female animal test subjects, it should be noted that scientific study has derived a few conceptual benefits regarding the peptide and male animal test subjects.  Specifically, it has been determined that the presence of the peptide in male animal test subjects could conceivably quell the effects of excessive estrogens.  This in turn could make it a key factor in combating various issues that can be caused by an excessive amount of estrogen, such as benign prostatic hyperplasia, gynecomastia, and symptoms that are associated with hypogonadism.  It is also thought that the peptide’s lessening of estrogen in male animal test subjects can lead to a lesser likelihood of chronic inflammation, stroke, and cardiac arrest.

Functionality of Anastrozole

According to scientific study based on animal test subjects, Anastrozole reversibly binds to the aromatase enzyme via the process of competitive inhibition, which is a form on enzyme inhibition in which binding the inhibitor to the active site on the enzyme prohibits attachment of the substrate and vice versa.  In this case, the presence of the peptide blocks the conversion of androgens to estrogens in peripheral tissues.  This essentially prohibits the synthesis of estrogen.

Important Safety Information About Arimidex

Prescription Arimidex is only for postmenopausal women. Arimidex should not be taken if you are pregnant because it may harm your unborn child. Do not take Arimidex if you are allergic to any of its ingredients

Based on information from a study in patients with early breast cancer, women with a history of blockages in heart arteries (ischemic heart disease) who take ARIMIDEX may have a slight increase in this type of heart disease compared to similar patients who take tamoxifen

Arimidex can cause bone softening/weakening (osteoporosis) increasing the chance of fractures. In a clinical study in early breast cancer, there were more fractures (including fractures of the spine, hip, and wrist) with Arimidex (10%) than with tamoxifen (7%)

In a clinical study in early breast cancer, some patients taking Arimidex had an increase in cholesterol. Skin reactions, allergic reactions, and changes in blood tests of liver function have also been reported

In the early breast cancer clinical trial, the most common side effects seen with Arimidex include hot flashes, joint symptoms (including arthritis and arthralgia), weakness, mood changes, pain, back pain, sore throat, nausea and vomiting, rash, depression, high blood pressure, osteoporosis, fractures, swelling of arms/legs, insomnia, and headache

In advanced breast cancer trials, the most common side effects seen with Arimidex versus tamoxifen include hot flashes, nausea, decreased energy and weakness, pain, back pain, headache, bone pain, increased cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, and swelling of arms and legs. Joint pain/stiffness has been reported in association with the use of Arimidex

Arimidex should not be taken with tamoxifen or estrogen-containing therapies

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