Jan 1, 1980

Comparative studies into effects of synthetic oestrogens and gestagens on certain serum protein fractions under standardised conditions (author's transl)

Zentralblatt für Gynäkologie
G KlingerW Carol

Abstract

Initial effects of the following hormonal contraceptives on certain serum proteins in 29 women were checked under standardised conditions through the first three cycles on the pill: Deposiston (ethinyloestradiol-sulphonate/norethisterone-acetate), Gravistat (ethinyloestradiol/norgestrel), Non-Ovlon (ethinyloestradiol/norethisterone-actate).--Effects were found to differ strongly by fractions. Differences were recorded also from action over time. Changes and deviations were confirmed to depend on oestrogen levels.

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Norethindrone
Deposiston
Estradiol Congeners
Contraceptives, Oral, Synthetic
Transferrin C
Ethinyl Estradiol
Serum Proteins
Gravistat
Immunoglobulins
Transcortin

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