Hypercoagulability, estrogen-associated

CLIMARA (estradiol)
ESTRACE (estradiol)
ESTRADERM (estradiol)
ESTRATAB (esterified estrogens)
ESTRATEST (esterified estrogens and methyltestosterone)
MENEST (esterified estrogens)
OGEN (estropipate)
PREMARIN (estrogens conjugated)
PREMPHASE (estrogens conjugated and medroxyprogesterone)
PREMPRO (estrogens conjugated and medroxyprogesterone)

Cigarette smokers on estrogen therapy are at a higher risk than non-smokers for blood clots. Therefore, patients requiring estrogen therapy are strongly encouraged to quit smoking.

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