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Estrus synchronization in sheep and goats using combinations of GnRH, progestagen and prostaglandin F2[alpha].
Leyva V, Buckrell BC, Walton JS (1998) Regulation of follicular activity and ovulation in ewes by exogenous progestagen.
Preliminary studies on the use of an oral progestagen to induce estrous and ovulation in seasonally anoestrous Thoroughbred mares.
Djerassi, now 88 years old, was one of three researchers whose formulation of the synthetic progestagen Norethisterone marked a key step in the creation of the first oral contraceptive pill.
A new strategy for superior reproductive performance of ewes bred outof-season utilizing progestagen supplement prior to withdrawal of intravaginal pessaries Theriog.
Both reports showed that when goats exhibited estrus until 30h after progestagen treatment, a fertility rate of 65% was observed following AI using frozen-thawed semen, but when estrus was observed at intervals of 49 or 72h after hormone treatment, a pregnant goat rate of only 25% was verified (BARIL et al.
Effect of long-term and short-term progestagen treatment on folicular development and pregnancy rate in cyclic ewes.
After two or three times of estrus, a progestagen was provided to gilts for 14 d to synchronize estrus cycle of gilts (Regumate[R], 20 mg/d, Janssen-Cilag, Issyles-Moulineaux, France).
6) An alternative strategy to deal with tamoxifen--induced endometrial changes and the symptoms they cause is to render the uterine tissues unresponsive to estrogenic stimulation using progestagen.
The highest pregnancy rate obtained by the group submitted to the progestagen intravaginal devices protocol, is emphasized.
Women with bothersome symptoms who haven't had a hysterectomy must take estrogen with a progestagen to prevent estrogen-induced endometrial (uterine) cancer, and some progestagens appear to increase the risk of breast cancer.
Bone mineral density during long-term use of the progestagen contraceptive implant Implanon compared to a non-hormonal method of contraception.