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THE PATHOGENETIC BASIS FOR USING NATURAL PROGESTERONE THERAPY IN OBSTETRIC PRACTICE

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Abstract

Progesterone is a natural female hormone. Called “the pregnancy hormone,” it is essential before and during pregnancy. After ovulation occurs, the ovaries start to produce progesterone needed by the uterus. Progesterone causes the uterine lining or endometrium to thicken. This helps prepare a supportive environment in your uterus for a fertilized egg.A supply of progesterone to the endometrium continues to be important during pregnancy. Following a successful implantation, progesterone helps maintain a supportive environment for the developing fetus.

About the Authors

V. O. Bitsadze
First Moscow State Medical Sechenov University of the Ministry of Health Russian Federation
Russian Federation


S. V. Akinshina
First Moscow State Medical Sechenov University of the Ministry of Health Russian Federation
Russian Federation


J. Kh. Khizroeva
First Moscow State Medical Sechenov University of the Ministry of Health Russian Federation
Russian Federation


N. A. Makatsariya
First Moscow State Medical Sechenov University of the Ministry of Health Russian Federation
Russian Federation


N. S. Stuleva
First Moscow State Medical Sechenov University of the Ministry of Health Russian Federation
Russian Federation


T. Ya. Mashkova
First Moscow State Medical Sechenov University of the Ministry of Health Russian Federation
Russian Federation


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Bitsadze V.O., Akinshina S.V., Khizroeva J.K., Makatsariya N.A., Stuleva N.S., Mashkova T.Y. THE PATHOGENETIC BASIS FOR USING NATURAL PROGESTERONE THERAPY IN OBSTETRIC PRACTICE. Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproduction. 2014;8(2):79-88. (In Russ.)

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