Just a random thought that crossed my mind the other day.
I've always heard that estrogen is raised during times of alcohol consumption but never saw any studies to confirm this. An easy pubmed search produced tons of evidence for this.. ie:
Anyways, I never drink during the weekdays (which is hard being 21 and living on campus at the #3 party school in the us) but was wondering if selective estrogen receptor modulators, like tamoxifen, would help reduce the increasing endogenous estrogen levels during times of alcohol consumption like on the weekends if one were to binge drink or even have a few beers? Im guessing there is a difference between estrogen levels if one had 2 beers to another person who consumed 12 beers, but, nevertheless, would taking a certain dosage of tamoxifen reduce these levels?Originally Posted by pubmed
Also, does one have to worry about liver toxicity with tamoxifen and alcohol? I found this study but i doubt not all of us are menopausal women
Sorry if this is a dumb question... Any help or feedback would be appreciated..Originally Posted by pubmed