Definitions for "Estriol"
a weak form of estrogen that is used in the vagina for therapy of vaginal dryness and is effective for severe dyspareunia associated with urinary tract infections.
A weak estrogen. Increased in pregnancy, especially late pregnancy. See also: triple test
a hormone produced by the placenta and by the fetal liver and adrenal glands.
(ES-tree-ol) A metabolite of estrone and estradiol. Estriol is converted to estriol 3-sulfate-16-glucuronide, which is excreted by the kidney.
A byproduct of the breakdown of b-estradiol and estrone.