progesterone

Progesterone may be used to treat symptoms of menopause as well as to prevent endometrial hyperplasia, or the proliferation of cells in the endometrium. Progesterone may also be prescribed to treat secondary amenorrhea, the absence of a period even though a women is of reproductive age.

Progesterone may be used to treat symptoms of menopause as well as to prevent endometrial hyperplasia, or the proliferation of cells in the endometrium. Progesterone may also be prescribed to treat secondary amenorrhea, the absence of a period even though a women is of reproductive age.

 

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