antigonadotropin

antigonadotropin

An obsolete, nonspecific term for any agent that inhibits or counteracts the action of a gonadotropic hormone.
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Danazol is an antigonadotropin agent that may be used as a second-line agent (after evening primrose oil) to manage adult women with severe refractory mastalgia at a dose of 200 - 400 mg daily.
Treatment of endometriosis with an antigonadotropin, danazol, a laparoscopic and histological evaluation.
Danazol, a synthetic progestin and antigonadotropin, was first used as an emergency contraceptive in the early 1980s.