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progesterone receptor

  1. maillol

    Progesterone, Progesterone Receptors and Prolactin

    This is an interesting paper I came across from 2019 with new research on progesterone's effects on prolactin. Some highlights: Does progesterone need a certain level of E2 to be beneficial? If you look at the study referenced here (27) it says So it seems this is only an acute effect...
  2. haidut

    The Progesterone-like Action Of Testosterone And Other Androgens

    I am posting this simply as a response to the many hateful comments I got in regards to my discussion of testosterone as a progestin. Peat also alluded to the fact that testosterone has activity on the progesterone receptor and is likely safer as a "progestin" than the synthetic progestins being...
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