Cenestine is a commercial brand for a synthetic estrogen replacement.  More specifically, Cenestine is a conjugated synthetic estrogen which contains nine different forms of estrogen.  Cenestine is often prescribed to women suffering from symptoms of menopause, vaginal irritation, osteoporosis, and others. 

Adverse Effects of Cenestine

There have been coronary problems such as heart attacks and strokes associated with the use of Cenestine.  Another severe side effect is cancer of the uterine lining (endometrial cancer).  Breast cancer is also a severe side effect associated with synthetic estrogen replacement. 

Current Status of Cenestine

The FDA has released a warning about the increase in risk of coronary diseases.  Changes in the warning labels have also been made to warn against heart attacks and strokes. 

If you have suffered coronary injuries and are taking Cenestine, you should consider contacting an experienced products liability attorney.  A products liability lawyer can help you recover damages for your injuries.