|Place of Origin:||China|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||10g|
|Packaging Details:||Foil bag and Disguised bag|
|Delivery Time:||3-5 work days|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram,Bitcoin|
Orally Progestogen Drug Ethisterone Powder For Treatment of Gynecological Diseases
|Melting point||263-269 °C(lit.)|
|Boiling point||392.36°C (rough estimate)|
|Density||1.0697 (rough estimate)|
|storage temp||-20°C Freezer|
Ethisterone, also known as ethinyl testosterone, pregnenolone and dehydrated hydroxyprogesterone, is a progestogen used to treat gynecological diseases. Used alone, not in combination with estrogen. The drug is taken orally.
The ethinyl progesterone was discovered in 1938 and was introduced in medical use in Germany in 1939, in the United States of America in 1945. This is the second progestogen sold on the market, the following injection of progesterone in 1934, and is two The first oral active progestogen and the first progestogen to be introduced. It is the progesterone following the improved and more widely used progesterone norgestrel in 1957.
Progesterone is a progesterone receptor for progesterone, or an agonist. It has a affinity for progesterone of about 44% as a progesterone receptor. This drug is described as a relatively weak progestogen, similar to its similar progesterone. Compared with norgestrel, the effect of progesterone as a progestin is about 20 times lower. It is said to have minimal gonadotropin action and does not inhibit ovulation and therefore cannot be used in ovulation. Hormone contraception.
Side effects of acetophenone include masculinization. Progesterone is a progestin or synthetic progestogen and is therefore an agonist progesterone receptor, the biological target being progesterone progesterone. It has some androgenic and anabolic activity without other important hormonal activity.
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