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|Appearance:||White Crystalline Solid||Assay:||99.5%|
|MW:||310.4299||Keywords:||Gestodene; Combined Oral Contraceptives; Ethinyl Estradiol; Pharmacology;femodene , Femovan , Harmonet , Minulet,moneva , Tri-minulet|
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English Name: Gestodene
Other Name: femodene , femovan , harmonet , minulet,moneva , tri-minulet
EINECS Number: 262-145-8
Molecular formula: C21H26O2
Molecular Weight: 310.4299
Density: 1.15g / cm3
Boiling point: 462.7 ° C at 760 mmHg
Flash Point: 196.9 ° C
Vapor Pressure: 1.66E-10mmHg at 25 ° C
Product use:As an anti-progesterone drugs
Appearance:White Crystalline Solid
Usage Orally active gestogen with progesterone-like profile of activity. Used in combination with estrogen as oral contraceptive.
Gestodene is a synthetic version of a female sex hormone. When combined with other synthetic hormones, it interferes with a woman’s menstrual cycle, decreasing the symptoms of severe menstruation and preventing pregnancy. Used correctly, it is more than 99% effective at preventing unwanted pregnancies.
The main use for gestodene is as an oral contraceptive. It mimics the naturally occurring female sex hormone progesterone, which is partially responsible for regulating the menstrual cycle. In order to be effective as a contraceptive, a synthetic version of the other female sex hormone,estrogen, is combined with gestodene.
The combination of synthetic hormones used in gestodene-based contraceptive pills works by interfering with the normal menstrual cycle. By releasing a steady amount of these hormones into the bloodstream, contraceptive pills fool the body into thinking that it is already pregnant. The ovaries do not release a new egg into the fallopian tubes while a woman is taking gestodene because the hormonal levels in the blood indicate that a pregnancy is already underway. Usually, a woman takes contraceptive pills for 21 days straight and then stops taking them for 7 days, at which point she begins menstruation.
Combined progestin–estrogen pills are an established and reliable contraceptive option used by women worldwide. Combined oral contraceptives (COCs) containing the progestins – gestodene, desogestrel or norgestimate – were developed to minimize androgenic side effects and are considered an effective, well-tolerated contraceptive option. Gestodene achieves contraceptive efficacy with the lowest dose of any progestin in a COC, and has an established and favorable short- and long-term tolerability profile. In this review we present an overview of the pharmacology, potency and tolerability of gestodene.
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