[ proh-jes-tin ]
/ proʊˈdʒɛs tɪn /
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any substance having progesteronelike activity.
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Also called progestogen.
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Medical definitions for progestin
[ prō-jĕs′tĭn ]
A natural or synthetic progestational substance that mimics some or all of the actions of progesterone.
A crude hormone of the corpus luteum from which progesterone can be isolated in pure form. No longer in technical use.
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