# Sex hormones and modulators of the genital system

Ulipristal

A selective progesterone receptor modulator with anti-progesterone activity. Ulipristal binds to the progesterone receptor (PR), thereby inhibiting PR-mediated gene expression, and interfering with progesterone activity in the reproductive system. As a result, this...
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Dienogest

Also known as , M 18575, MJR-35, STS 557, ZK 37659 An orally-active, semisynthetic, fourth generation, nonethinylated progestogen with antiproliferative, antiandrogenic, anti-inflammatory and antiangiogenic activities that is used in hormone therapy and as a female...
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Mifepristone

Also known as Corlux, Korlym, Mifegyne, Mifeprex, Mifepriston, Mifepristona, Mifepristonum, Mifépristone, RU 486, RU-38486, RU-486, RU486 A derivative of the synthetic progestin norethindrone with antiprogesterone activity. Mifepristone competitively binds to the...
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Testosterone

Also known as Androderm, Depo-Testadiol, Mertestate, Synandrol F, Testosteron, Testosterona, Testosteronum, Testostérone, Testoxyl, Testryl, Trans-Testosterone, Virosterone Can I take Testosterone while breastfeeding? Limited data indicate that a low-dose (100 mg)...
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Etonogestrel

Also known as 3-Ketodesogestrel, 3-Oxodesogestrel, Etonogestrelum, Implanon A synthetic form of the naturally occurring female sex hormone progesterone. Etonogestrel binds to the cytoplasmic progesterone receptors in the reproductive system and subsequently activates...
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