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Menosan helps women cope with the discomfort and unpleasant symptoms, associated with the menopause.
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Phytoestrogens are synthesized and secreted by the female prostate gland from the seeds that contain it. 3-mBPDP is a phytoestrogen that stimulates the production of prostag Phytoestrogens have an inhibitory effect on estrogen receptors. The inhibitory effect on estrogen receptors may prevent the action of phytoestrogens on estrogen-responsive tissues in the body. Phytoestrogen acts through a complex mechanism, which can be blocked by a combination of estrogen receptor antagonists, antiestrogenics or estrogen-receptor antagonists. A combination of these treatments is the treatment for women with menopause. Menosan has been used as a contraceptive for the treatment of menstrual irregularity in women over the years (Kurihara et al., 1998; Kishimoto et al., 1998, 2002; Yamanashi et al., 2004). In Japan, Menosan is currently a popular contraceptive method, and the number of menstrual cycles with a Menosan-free period has doubled during the last decade. 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