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Diethylstilbestrol (also called Stilboestrol or DES) was a synthetic hormone given to six million women worldwide between the 1940s and the early 1970s to prevent miscarriage. The drug was taken off the market when studies showed serious Diethylstilbestrol side effects, including a link between DES and vaginal cancer, in women exposed to the medication while in the womb.
DES is now known to be an endocrine-disrupting chemical, one of a number of substances that interfere with the endocrine system to cause cancer, birth defects, and other developmental abnormalities. The effects of endocrine-disrupting chemicals are most severe when exposure occurs during fetal development.
Diethylstilbestrol UsesDiethylstilbestrol(56-53-1) is a kind of hormone class medicine.
Diethylstilbestrol (DES) is a type of hormone medication that was first used in the 1940s. Up until the 1970s or a little later, it could be used with pregnant women and the consequences of this were eventually discovered to be extremely dangerous to pregnant women and their offspring. DES did cause problems in fetuses, which often weren’t expressed until people reached young adulthood. Men born of a mom who took diethylstilbestrol had an increased risk of developing cysts on the testicles and women born of moms who were given DES were at significantly increased risk for developing cancer of the vagina, reproductive system cancer, and breast cancer. The popularity of DES plummeted as these facts became more prominent, and in places like the US, the drug is no longer manufactured for human use.
When diethylstilbestrol was in most use it was principally prescribed for conditions like gonorrhea and vaginitis. It might be used at any time in a woman’s life. One of the reasons DES is linked to pregnant women is because the drug appeared successful in reducing miscarriage rate.
Despite the potentially devastating effects of diethylstilbestrol, the drug has been found to be useful in some rare circumstances. In later stages of breast cancer it appears to be beneficial, but no more so than drugs like tamoxifen. It also might be of use in treating some cancers of the prostate. Still, given the severity of issues that arose from prescribing DES, there simply wasn’t interest in continuing to manufacture the drug.
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