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Neradin

Category: Woman's Health

Description

Premarin is a mixture of estrogen hormones used to treat symptoms of menopause such as hot flashes, and vaginal dryness, burning, and irritation.

Active Ingredient: conjugated estrogens

Premarin (Neradin) as known as: Cenestin, Climopax, Elredin, Enjuvia, Neradin, Premphase, Prempro, Presomen

Pharmacy: menopause meds, estratest hs, eric brandt

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Question
I've been on Estratest HS, for several years, Due to the raising cost I can't afford the meds, so I went to Mexico and the pharmacist looked up the med in english and her book showed that Neradin was a generic to the Estratest. I feel great however I have dierria really bad, My 2 questions to you is: 1. Is this a side effect as I can't find this in the drug database? 2. My Estratest was 1.25mg taken one a day. The ones I got in Mexico are 0.625mg so I'm taking 2 pr day is this right?
Thanks Chris

Answer
Hi Chris,
Estratest HS is a combination drug which consists of methyltestosterone and esterified estrogens. I have not been able to find a list of inf\gredients for Neradin. I therefore am not able to complare the two.
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Termal Hotel Vrdnik

Termal Hotel Vrdnik

Vrdnik Spa is a beautiful settlement and natural spa resort, located on the southern slopes of Fruska gora, 200 m above sea level, within the "Fruska gora" National Park. With a population of 4000 inhabitants, it is an oasis of peace located just 30 km from Novi Sad and 70 km from Belgrade. Its healing powers lie in the fresh air, preserved nature, mild climate, and therapeutic and recreational baths with hypotermal waters (T 32.8°C) rich in sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium, chlorine, sulphates and nitrates. Medical indications: extra-articular rheumatism, degenerative rheumatism, chronic rheumatism, disorders of the peripheral nervous system, post-operative conditions of spine, various painful disorders, and balneo-climatic recuperation. In the vicinity there are 16 orthodox monasteries dating from the end of 15th and beginning of 16th century, The Vrdnik Tower from the roman period and Monastery Vrdnik-Ravanica. "Termal" Hotel is a newly reconstructed modern hotel located within the Spa Therapeutic Unit, with full accommodation capacity of 260 beds, restaurants, convention center with 500 seats, "sunny terrace", 3 indoor swimming pools and 2 outdoor pools with thermal water of 26 - 36°C. In the modern Therapeutic Unit the guests are offered services. hydrotherapy, electrotherapy, kinesytherapy, gym, sauna, hand and vibro massages. Due to the joint spa and accompanying hotel facilities it is specially suitable for recrational stay and sport preparations.

Places to see: Vrdnik Tower, Monastery of Vrdnik-Ravanica, Fruska gora Monasteries, Perko's Farm in Neradin, Sremski Karlovci.

Price available on request.

Visit Novi Sad - Fruska Gora mountain, monasteriesi, Testera, Andrevlje, Popovica, Zmajevac

Fruska Gora is a beautiful gift of nature in Vojovodina plain. It extends in length about 80 kilometers, between the Sava and Danube rivers. Due to its natural, cultural and historical significance, Fruska Gora had been proclaimed a national park in 1960.

The highest peak is Crveni cot. with height of 539 meters above sea level. Lower parts of this mountain are characterized by gentle meadows, wheat fields and vineyards, while higher parts are covered with dense deciduous forest of linden, hornbeam, oak, maple and other trees. Fruska Gora is one of the largest areas under linden forests in Europe. On this mountain you can find over 1400 different plant species, more than 30 species of orchids, truffles, medicinal and other plants.

Animal species are most numerous birds and the most interesting ones are Imperial Eagle, falcons, owls, finches and others. Some of wildlife animals that are present there are wild boar, Mouflon, pheasants, wild ducks, wild geese, and others.

The highest parts of Fruska Gora are mostly visited by residents of Novi Sad and surrounding villages. There are many picnic areas like, Letenka, Osovlje, Crveni cot, Jabuka, Testera, Andrevlje, Popovica, Zmajevac and others. Picnic areas are most visited on weekends and holidays, when nature is a paradise for many tourists seeking relaxation and recreation.

Long time ago, there was 35 Serbian Orthodox monasteries on Fruska Gora. of which is now preserved 16 monasteries. A large number of monasteries are the reason that Fruska Gora will soon be declared as Holy Mountain Fruska Gora. just like the Holy Mountain of Athos and Sinai.

Monastery Novo Hopovo

Novo Hopovo monastery is one of the most beautiful monasteries in Fruska Goge. It was first mentioned 1541. In the second half of the seventeenth century the Turks destroyed it several times, and it was rebuilt after their expulsion from these regions. Novo Hopovo monastery is located near the road Novi Sad-Irig. During the seventeenth century monastery Novo Hopovo the educational and cultural center of the Serbs, and for a while it was the center of the diocese. Dositej Obradovic, one of the major figures of Serbian culture and education and the second half of the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuriy, spent some time in the monastery as a monk.

In Vrdnik, the former mining village, about 20 km from Novi Sad there is a Vrdnik spa The sources of mineral water was built in a modern center for rehabilitation and recreation. Healing properties of water are suitable for rheumatic diseases, conditions after injuries or surgery on the locomotive organs. In the spa there is an outdoor swimming pool and an indoor therapeutic pool.

Monastery Vrdnik - Nova Ravanica is located near Vrdnik. It is believed that it is built in the late fifteenth or early sixteenth century. During the Austrian-Turkish conflict, the monastery was robed and ruined and on its ruins, after the Great Migrations, monks came from monastery Ravanica from South Serbia. The monks have restored the monastery and brought there all the treasures and relics of Prince Lazar from monastery Ravanica, that was repeatedly moved from place to place. Today, the relics of Prince Lazar located in the Museum of the Serbian Orthodox Church in Belgrade.

Near the village are the ruins of medieval Vrdnik tower.

West of Vrdnik village is a still active female Jazak monastery. The monastery church dedicated to Holy Spirit and is considered the most beautiful church architecture in Fruska Gora. Particular artistic values are three thrones, the throne of Emperor Uros, Virgin's throne and the Bishops throne.

Ethno house Maradik

monument on Iriski venac

In the village Jazak there is a nicely preserved and decorated ethno house and residents of the village cultivate habits of this region and organize a number of ethnographic events and venues.

On Fruska Gora there are numerous monuments that were built in the memory of the liberation war participants from 1941. to 1945. Most glorious is monument on Iriski venac that is built in memory of all victims of Vojvodina in the Second World War. The monument is the work of Sreten Stojanovic and it is built in 1951.

Sophia - s Springs

Sophia's Springs

No, it's not a spring site, it's a "medical magnetic radiation" site. It was discovered by Sofija Milanović and, as she claims, this site has special magnetic fields that positively affect the nervous system, and heal other diseases. All you have to do is enter the field, close your eyes for 20 minutes and let go, embracing the "field effect." Since 2011. more and more people have been gathering at this spot, and in their thanks they hang small pictures of saints on a tree within the field. Some of the key words that describe this place are saints, churches, Egyptian pyramids, power, light, so it all points to mysticism.

Some say the field helped them, and it's up to you to figure out if it's a plain placebo effect or something real. We haven't found any evidence that the field exists, though.

The site is on the crossroad between Partisan road and Ležimir-Sviloš road.

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Irig, Serbia

Irig, Serbia

Irig municipality includes the town of Irig and the following villages:
* Velika Remeta
* Vrdnik
* Grgeteg
* Dobrodol
* Jazak
* Krušedol Prnjavor
* Krušedol Selo
* Mala Remeta
* Neradin
* Rivica
* Šatrinci

Irig was first mentioned in the historical documents in 1225. In the 15th century, the masters of the town were Serbian despots Vuk Grgurević. Đorđe Branković. and Jovan Branković. During the 15th and 16th century, ten Orthodox monasteries were built in the surrounding of Irig (Two of those were located just near the town).

Between 1526 and 1699, the town was under Ottoman rule. During this time, it belonged to the Sanjak of Srem. and was the administrative seat of one of the seven nahijas in that sanjak. In 1665, the town had 2,000 houses, one mosque and two monasteries. In this time, Irig was mostly inhabited by Muslim population.

Since 1699, Irig was part of the Habsburg Monarchy. In the 18th century, Irig was one of the most important market centers in Srem and most of its inhabitants were ethnic Serbs. In 1795-1796, the population of the town was decimated by plague. From the total population of 4,813 who lived in the town, 2,548 died of this disease. According to the 1900 census, the population of the Irig municipality numbered 22,313 inhabitants, of whom 16,893 were Orthodox Serbs, while the town of Irig itself had 5,196 inhabitants, of whom 3,936 were Orthodox Serbs. [http://www.irig.org.yu/ ] According to the 1910 census, the population of the Irig municipality numbered 25,320 inhabitants, of whom 18,331 spoke Serbian language, 3,552 Hungarian, 1,816 Croatian, and 1,031 German. [http://www.talmamedia.com/php/district/district.php?county=Szer%E9m%20(Srijem) ]

Since 1918, Irig was part of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes (later renamed to Kingdom of Yugoslavia ) and subsequent South Slavic and Serb states. During World War II, 417 inhabitants of the town were killed by fascists.

Ethnic groups (2002 census)

The population of the Irig municipality:
* Serbs = 9,801 (79.49%)
* Hungarians = 816 (6.61%)
* Yugoslavs = 295 (2.39%)
* Croats = 289 (2.34%)
*others.

Most of the local communities are ethnically Serb, while two have a Hungarian majority: Šatrinci (Hungarian: Satrinca) and Dobrodol (Hungarian: Dobradópuszta).

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#Dr Željko Vučković - Stevan Pištević, Povesnica Kulturno-umetničkog društva "Zmaj" u Irigu 1905-2005, Irig, 2005.
#Ladislav Varga, Mozaik žitelja iriških, Novi Sad, 2001.

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Name History

Irig was first mentioned in the historical documents in 1225. In the 15th century, the masters of the town were Serbian despots Vuk Grgurević, Đorđe Branković, and Jovan Branković. During the 15th and 16th century, ten Orthodox monasteries were built in the surrounding of Irig (Two of those were located just near the town).

Between 1526 and 1699, the town was under Ottoman administration. During this time, it belonged to the Sanjak of Syrmia, and was the administrative seat of one of the seven nahijas in that sanjak. In 1665, the town had 2,000 houses, one mosque and two monasteries. In this time, Irig was mostly inhabited by Muslim population.

Since 1699, Irig was part of the Habsburg Monarchy. In the 18th century, Irig was one of the most important market centers in Srem and most of its inhabitants were Serbs. In 1795-1796, the population of the town was decimated by plague. From the total population of 4,813 who lived in the town, 2,548 died of this disease. According to the 1900 census, the population of the Irig municipality numbered 22,313 inhabitants, of whom 16,893 were Orthodox Serbs, while the town of Irig itself had 5,196 inhabitants, of whom 3,936 were Orthodox Serbs. According to the 1910 census, the population of the Irig municipality numbered 25,320 inhabitants, of whom 18,331 spoke Serbian, 3,552 Hungarian, 1,816 Croatian, and 1,031 German.

Since 1918, Irig was part of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes (later renamed to Kingdom of Yugoslavia) and subsequent South Slavic and Serb states. During World War II, 417 inhabitants of the town were executed by German fascists.

Inhabited places

Irig municipality includes the town of Irig and the following villages:

  • Velika Remeta
  • Vrdnik
  • Grgeteg
  • Dobrodol
  • Jazak
  • Krušedol Prnjavor
  • Krušedol Selo
  • Mala Remeta
  • Neradin
  • Rivica
  • Šatrinci
Ethnic groups (2011 census)

The total population of the Irig municipality is 10,866, which includes:

  • Serbs = 8,534 (78.54%)
  • Hungarians = 762 (7.01%)
  • Croats = 232 (2.14%)
  • Roma = 166 (1.53%)
  • Others and undeclared = 1,172 (10.79%)

Most of the local communities are ethnically Serb, while two have a Hungarian majority: Šatrinci (Hungarian: Satrinca) and Dobrodol (Hungarian: Dobradópuszta).

Twin cities
  • Topolčani. Republic of Macedonia
See also
  • List of cities in Serbia
  • Municipalities of Serbia
  • Srem District
References
  • Dr Željko Vučković - Stevan Pištević, Povesnica Kulturno-umetničkog društva "Zmaj" u Irigu 1905-2005, Irig, 2005.
  • Ladislav Varga, Mozaik žitelja iriških, Novi Sad, 2001.
External links

Vrdnik: definition of vrdnik and synonyms of vrdnik (English)

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definition - vrdnik phrases Vrdnik

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Contents Name Features

Although small, the village has several distinctive features: a thermal spa. Vrdnik-Ravanica monastery from the 16th century, former coal mine with steam power plant built in 1911, [ 2 ] but destroyed during NATO bombing of Yugoslavia in 1999, [ 3 ] and a ruined castle, known as Castellum Rednek or Vrdnička kula (Tower of Vrdnik).

Geography

Vrdnik is placed near the heart of Fruška Gora. in a valley surrounded by its slopes, at elevation of 181–260 m and coordinates 45°07′N 19°47′E  /  45.117°N 19.783°E  / 45.117; 19.783 Coordinates. 45°07′N 19°47′E  /  45.117°N 19.783°E  / 45.117; 19.783. The valley is formed by three creeks named Dubočaš. Morintov potok and Veliki potok. Most houses are built in lines (colonies) along steep streets leading uphill from the town center.

History

9th century BC graves of Bosut culture were found in Vrdnik. [ 4 ]

Tower of Vrdnik is significant historical monument, whose basements date from the Roman period. The tower's builder supposedly was Roman emperor Probus in 287 During the reign of the Kingdom of Hungary. a new fortress was built in the 14th century on its remains, of which only the today's tower remained. The Castellum Redneck. as it was called, was probably used for protection of Vrdnik and partly Sirmium (Sremska Mitrovica ).

This first written data about Vrdnik fortress date from 1315, but they consistently reappeared only after 1702 [ 1 ] The village developed along the nearby monastery, and the population consisted of emigrants from all sides who worked as serfs at the monastery's property. They lived at the settlement called Prnjavor which was separate from the Village .

The key year for the development of Vrdnik was 1804, when a brown coal mine was opened following the discovery of large deposits. For almost a century and a half, it was the key feature of the village's development. Miners from entire Habsburg Monarchy settled in the town, forming new parts of the settlement, first of which is now known as the Old Colony (Stara Kolonija ). Lipovac developed next, along the road to village and monastery Jazak. The smallest part is New Colony, raised between 1890 and 1908 and lies at the western part of the town. The part named "Clerk's line" (Činovnički red ) was apparently housed by clerks from the mine and administration. [ 1 ]

The mine was closed in 1968 because deposits were largely exhausted, and coal exploitation became unviable. The village's population is in a decay since.

Historical population

The population in 2002 was:

Recent developments

The traces of mine exploitation are still present all over the village, like entries to the shafts (Barbara. Gustav. Južno pomoćno. Zora. Glavno ) and a number of buildings. The "Miners' house" is scheduled for transformation into an ethno-tourist attraction.

After the mine's closure, most of the population turned back to agriculture. For its favorable geographic position, the area of Vrdnik is suitable for winemaking .

The spa, accompanied with hotel with annex, bungalows. 260 beds total, and two Olympic-size swimming pools presents an important touristic asset and a source of income. The water temperature is 32.8 °C. and the spa is suitable for treatment of rheumatoid ailments, postoperative conditions, various painful disorders, and general balneologic recuperation.

Famous people from Vrdnik
  • Milica Stojadinović-Srpkinja. famous Serbian poet, spent most of her life in Vrdnik.
  • Franjo Ožegović. Croatian geologist, founder of Croatian petroleum geology and coal geology
  • Milan Stepanović. Serbian poet from Vrdnik.
  • Prof. Zvonko Turkali, Architect at Frankfurt am Main, Master at Harvard University, Prof. at Leibniz University Hannover
See also References Literature
  • Slobodan Ćurčić, Broj stanovnika Vojvodine, Novi Sad, 1996.
External links

Irig, Serbia: Wikis (The Full Wiki)

Irig, Serbia: Wikis

Serbian Orthodox church

Irig was first mentioned in the historical documents in 1225. In the 15th century, the masters of the town were Serbian despots Vuk Grgurević. Đorđe Branković, and Jovan Branković. During the 15th and 16th century, ten Orthodox monasteries were built in the surrounding of Irig (Two of those were located just near the town).

Between 1526 and 1699, the town was under Ottoman rule. During this time, it belonged to the Sanjak of Srem. and was the administrative seat of one of the seven nahijas in that sanjak. In 1665, the town had 2,000 houses, one mosque and two monasteries. In this time, Irig was mostly inhabited by Muslim population.

Since 1699, Irig was part of the Habsburg Monarchy. In the 18th century, Irig was one of the most important market centers in Srem and most of its inhabitants were ethnic Serbs. In 1795-1796, the population of the town was decimated by plague. From the total population of 4,813 who lived in the town, 2,548 died of this disease. According to the 1900 census, the population of the Irig municipality numbered 22,313 inhabitants, of whom 16,893 were Orthodox Serbs, while the town of Irig itself had 5,196 inhabitants, of whom 3,936 were Orthodox Serbs. [ 3 ] According to the 1910 census, the population of the Irig municipality numbered 25,320 inhabitants, of whom 18,331 spoke Serbian language, 3,552 Hungarian, 1,816 Croatian, and 1,031 German. [ 4 ]

Since 1918, Irig was part of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes (later renamed to Kingdom of Yugoslavia ) and subsequent South Slavic and Serb states. During World War II, 417 inhabitants of the town were killed by fascists.

Ethnic groups (2002 census)

Map of Irig municipality

The population of the Irig municipality:

Most of the local communities are ethnically Serb, while two have a Hungarian majority: Šatrinci (Hungarian: Satrinca) and Dobrodol (Hungarian: Dobradópuszta).

Twin cities References
  • Dr Željko Vučković - Stevan Pištević, Povesnica Kulturno-umetničkog društva "Zmaj" u Irigu 1905-2005, Irig, 2005.
  • Ladislav Varga, Mozaik žitelja iriških, Novi Sad, 2001.
External links

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