dydrogesterone


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dydrogesterone

 [di″dro-jes´ter-ōn]
an orally effective, synthetic progestin used mainly in the diagnosis and treatment of primary amenorrhea and severe dysmenorrhea, and in combination with estrogen in dysfunctional menorrhagia.

dydrogesterone

A PROGESTOGEN drug used to treat menstrual and premenstrual disorders, ENDOMETRIOSIS, infertility and other conditions. A brand name is Duphaston.
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Effect of half-dose and standard-dose conjugated equine estrogens combined with natural progesterone or dydrogesterone on components of metabolic syndrome in healthy postmenopausal women: A Randomized controlled trial.
Dydrogesterone and other progestins in benign breast disease: an overview.
The aim of the study was to observe and analyze the efficacy and safety of dydrogesterone in threatened abortion.
Cyclical dydrogesterone in secondary amenorrhea: results of a double-blind, placebo-controlled, randomized study.
According to one study from El-Zibdeh, miscarriage rates were significantly lower in the group treated with dydrogesterone as compared to the untreated group (16).
Summary: Dydrogesterone (1) and its microbial hydroxylated metabolite 9AY,12AY-dihydroxy- 9AY,10a-pregna-4,6-diene-3,20-dione (2) were screened for their anti-glycation and a-glucosidase inhibitory activities.
Objective: To study the efficacy of dydrogesterone in pregnant women with threatened miscarriage in the first trimester.
Use of dydrogesterone in hormone replacement therapy.
Walch K, Hefler L, Nagele F Oral dydrogesterone treatment during the first trimester of pregnancy: the prevention of miscarriage study (PROMIS).
Progesterone of dydrogesterone (a nonbioidentical hormone not available in the U.
Fournier and associates, for example, found that EPT regimens containing progesterone or dydrogesterone were associated with a lower risk of breast cancer than other types of progestogen.
Estrogen-induced lipid changes were opposed according to type of progestogen, with dydrogesterone and medrogestone having the least effect, followed by progesterone, cyproterone acetate, medroxyprogesterone acetate, transdermal norethindrone acetate, norgestrel, and oral norethindrone acetate.