The effect of exogenous progestins on endogenous progesterone secretion in pregnant mares.

@article{Jackson1986TheEO,
  title={The effect of exogenous progestins on endogenous progesterone secretion in pregnant mares.},
  author={Shari Jackson and Edward L. Squires and Terry M Nett},
  journal={Theriogenology},
  year={1986},
  volume={25 2},
  pages={275-9}
}
Twenty-four pregnant, light horse mares were used in a study to determine if an exogenous progestin or progesterone would alter serum concentrations of progesterone. On day 40 of gestation, mares were randomly assigned to one of three administration groups: 1) 250 mg of progesterone in oil every other day, 2) 22 mg of Altrenogest (Regumate, American Hoechst, Somerville, NJ 08876) orally every day, or 3) 10 ml of neobee oil (control) orally every day. The treatment period was from day 40 to 105… CONTINUE READING

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