Comparison of serum progesterone levels in dogs after administration of progesterone by vaginal tablet and vaginal suppositories.

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Serum progesterone levels from a vaginal tablet formulation and six different vaginal suppository formulations, each containing 25 mg of progesterone, were evaluated in mongrel dogs. Bioavailabilities relative to an intravenous dose of progesterone were calculated. The vaginal tablet was found to have a significantly higher bioavailability compared with the… (More)

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@article{Fulper1987ComparisonOS, title={Comparison of serum progesterone levels in dogs after administration of progesterone by vaginal tablet and vaginal suppositories.}, author={L D Fulper and Robert Cleary and Elise Harland and Ahmed H. Hikal and Alan B. Jones}, journal={American journal of obstetrics and gynecology}, year={1987}, volume={156 1}, pages={253-6} }