Latest Dydrogesterone Stories

2011-02-01 17:49:02

Elsevier announced today the publication of two further important position statements from the European Menopause and Andropause Society (EMAS) in the journal Maturitas (http://www.maturitas.org/ ) on common management problems in the post-reproductive health of women.

2010-06-04 13:46:25

Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) skin patches containing low doses of oestrogen carry less risk of stroke than oral therapy and may represent a safer alternative to tablets, suggests a study published on bmj.com today.

2007-12-28 06:00:09

By Panay, Nicholas Pritsch, Maria; Alt, Jeannette Abstract Secondary amenorrhea in women with normal estrogen levels increases the risk of endometrial carcinoma.

2007-12-14 06:00:13

By Pelinescu-Onciul, Dimitrie Abstract The objective of the study was to evaluate the efficacy of progestogenic therapy for the prevention of spontaneous abortions in patients with subchorionic hemorrhage.

2007-12-14 06:00:13

By Trivedi, Prakash Selvaraj, Kamala; Mahapatra, P Das; Srivastava, Saroj; Malik, Sonia Abstract An open, prospective, multicenter study was designed to assess the efficacy and safety of dydrogesterone in the post- laparoscopic treatment of endometriosis in Indian patients.

2007-12-14 06:00:12

By Patki, Ameet Pawar, Vijay C Abstract The aim of the present study was to evaluate dydrogesterone for luteal-phase support in assisted reproductive technologies (ART) and to compare it with micronized vaginal progesterone.

2007-12-14 06:00:12

By Seeger, Harald Mueck, Alfred O Abstract Estrogens exert beneficial effects on the vascular system, while progestogens generally have a negative impact (e.g. vasoconstrictor effects on the arterial system).

2005-07-27 11:30:54

By Amy Norton NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Women who use over-the-counter progesterone creams could be exposed to hormone levels comparable to those used in a form of hormone replacement therapy, a small study suggests.

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