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Nikolay P Alekseev
BACKGROUND: Severe breast engorgement can cause substantial discomfort for mothers and interfere with an infant's ability to feed at the breast. The aim of the study was to clarify the possibility that the percutaneous progesterone-containing gel (Progestogel) can eliminate severe postpartum breast engorgement in lactating women. SUBJECTS AND METHODS: Twenty three patients were examined. The Progestogel for transdermal therapy in an amount of 2.5-3 g was applied to the breast...
March 2017: Breastfeeding Medicine: the Official Journal of the Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine
M Parise, B Faucon, P Francomme
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February 1986: Soins. Gynécologie, Obstétrique, Puériculture, Pédiatrie
M Haukkamaa, M Laurikka-Routti, O Heikinheimo
The synthetic progestin ST-1435 was administered transdermally to six healthy women during the late luteal phase. The steroid was applied to the periumbilical area in a commercial gel ("Progestogel"), also containing progesterone. Single doses of 2.3, 4.5 and 9.0 mg of ST-1435 were given in three experiments and repeated doses of 2.3 mg of ST-1435 for five days were given in another three experiments. Samples of serum and saliva were collected and the concentrations of ST-1435 and progesterone were determined by radioimmunoassays...
September 1991: Contraception
I Prpić, J Jakić-Razumović, B Oberman, D Montani, R Ivrlac, J Unusić, Z Stanec, D Hulina, I Depina
The majority of benign breast disorders may be classified as developmental and involutive. Mastalgia and breast nodularity represent the greatest groups of these disorders, while epithelial hyperplasia is a complex benign disorder which is most difficult to be evaluated. Sixty women with diagnosis of cyclic mastalgia and 30 with noncyclic breast pain were followed-up. Patients were administered bromocryptine, danazol or a local progestogel. Better treatment results were achieved in cyclic mastalgia than in women with noncyclic mastalgia...
May 1992: Lijec̆nic̆ki Vjesnik
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