drospirenone

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drospirenone

 [dros-pi´rĕ-nōn]
a spironolactone analogue that acts as a progestational agent; used in combination with an estrogen component as an oral contraceptive.
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drospirenone

(drô-spîr′ə-nōn′)
n.
A progestin, C24H30O3, that is an analog of spironolactone and is used in combination with estrogen in oral contraceptives and in hormone replacement therapy.
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drospirenone

A progestogen drug used in combination with ETHINYLOESTRADIOL (ethinylestradiol) as a combined oral contraceptive under the brand name Yasmin.
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