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What Is The Difference Between The Hormones That A Woman Makes (Biological) And Synthetic Hormones?

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Pharmaceutical companies and many medical doctors have tried in the past to convince women that the synthetic hormones made by pharmaceutical companies are properly replacing a woman’s deficient hormones.

The following illustration shows the differences between the molecular [chemical] structures of a woman’s estrogens and two of the synthetic estrogens in Premarin. The differences are shown in red.

  • Human Estrogens
  • Synthetic Estrogens

Human Estrogen and Synthetic Estrogen

The following tables show the amounts of each type of estrogen that a woman’s body makes, and the estrogens that are found in Premarin [Pregnant Mare Urine].

  • Human Estrogens
  • Premarin [Synthetic]
  • Estrone [E1]
  • 10 - 20%
  • Estrone
  • 75 - 80%
  • Estradiol [E2]
  • 10 - 20%
  • Estradiol & Others
  • 5 - 10%
  • Estriol [E3]
  • 60 - 80%
  • Equilin
  • 6 - 15%

Because it does not have the same types and amounts of estrogen as the estrogens in a woman’s body, Premarin can cause many different symptoms and health problems. Some of the health problems that Premarin has caused in women who have taken it are:

  • Gallstones
  • Blood clots
  • Headaches
  • Leg cramps
  • Fluid retention
  • Vaginal bleeding
  • Breast tenderness
  • High blood pressure
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Impaired glucose tolerance
  • Worsened uterine fibroids and endometriosis
  • Increased risk of endometrial cancer and breast cancer

Progesterone

The following illustration shows the differences between the molecular [chemical] structures of a woman’s progesterone and a synthetic progesterone. The differences are shown in red.

Human Progesterone and Synthetic Progesterone

Depo–Provera IM [medroxyprogesterone acetate] is an example a synthetic progesterone [called a progestin] made by a pharmaceutical company, and injected into a woman’s muscle every 3 months as a form of birth control.

Some of the health problems that Depo–Provera has caused in women who have taken it are:

  • Acne
  • Skin rash
  • Breast cancer
  • Fluid retention, swelling
  • Impaired glucose tolerance
  • Weight gain and depression
  • Breast tenderness and milk production
  • Hair loss, or unwanted facial hair growth
  • Birth defects [if Provera was taken when a woman was pregnant]
  • Breakthrough bleeding or other menstrual irregularities
  • The formation of blood clots, especially in the lung or the brain

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