Why does the FDA legally allow 3% hormones in creams when this can overdose a person easily?
I don’t understand this concept. If you buy an estrogen ring with 7.5 micrograms, that is 0.0000075 grams of estradiol in it, it’s by prescription, and it’s in a plastic ring which goes through the mucus membranes (skin). And before anyone gets all wrapped around the axle, estradiol is “natural” and “bioidentical”, a term used for people who don’t know that a compound of identical structure is the same regardless of its title.
You can buy 3% estradiol cream, spread on a non-quantitative amount, likely too much because there’s 3g/100g and typically a teaspoon would be used and that’s 5g so you could dose a whopping 15 grams of estradiol per day, which absorbs extremely well, right through the skin.
As a reminder, the WHI showed extradiol increased breast/uterine cancer, dementia, heart disease, at a dose of 0.625mg or 0.000625 g per day.
ha, because the FDA allows lots of things that can kill you, or poison you. Go FDA!
Did you know that splenda alters the structure of the cells/molecules in your body? fun!
You gotta love FDA approved drugs for made up illnesses such as Restless Leg Syndrome, and this is a new one, Telephone Scatialogia, NOT KIDDING.
People are stupid.
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