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Metabolism of progestins in the pregnant equine

Colleen Gay Wilson

Metabolism of progestins in the pregnant equine

by Colleen Gay Wilson

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Progestational hormones -- Metabolism.,
  • Mares -- Reproduction -- Endocrine aspects.,
  • Mares -- Embryos -- Physiology.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Colleen Gay Wilson.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination144 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages144
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15191554M

    Progestagen assays alone will not confirm pregnancy in mares. Progestagen assays will tell if the mare is producing enough of these hormones to maintain the pregnancy. 2. BET prefers to test for PMSG (pregnant mare serum gonadotropin) also known as eCG (equine chorionic gonadotropin), when mares are between 45 and 90 days pregnant. This test. This agent exerts inhibitory effects on estrogens by decreasing the number of estrogen receptors and increasing its metabolism to inactive metabolites. Progesterone induces secretory changes in the endometrium, decreases uterine contractility during pregnancy, and maintains pregnancy.

    Pregnancy has been reported during therapy with both estrogen- and/or progestin-based oral contraceptives in patients receiving barbiturates (e.g., phenobarbital). For patients taking estrogens for other indications, like hormone replacement, monitor the patient for signs and symptoms of reduced therapeutic efficacy or need for dosage adjustment. Abstract PIP: The clinical and epidemiological literature is reviewed as to metabolic effects of oral contraceptives (OCs). Both the estrogens and the progestins in OCs cause biochemical alterations which have metabolic consequences. Changes in glucose, lipid, and protein metabolism suggest that the dosage of both estrogens and progestins should be minimized as much as possible.

      The placentae of all mammals examined produce progestins, although the quantity varies significantly. In some species (women, horses, sheep, cats), sufficient progestin is secreted by the placenta that the ovaries or corpora lutea can be removed after establishment of the placenta and the pregnancy will continue. adequate for pregnancy, test a sample days after ovulation. Retest at various intervals during pregnancy to insure adequate progesterone levels are being maintained. • A white results indicates progesterone levels are adequate for pregnancy maintenance. The minimum safe level to maintain pregnancy is 4ng/ml progesterone white.


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Metabolism of progestins in the pregnant equine by Colleen Gay Wilson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Pregnancy and applies it in the veterinary manage-ment of the mare. Basics of the Endocrinology of Normal Pregnancy, From Ovulation to Parturition An understanding of the endocrinology of equine pregnancy is helpful when considering administra-tion of supplemental hormones to pregnant mares.

We will begin with a basic review1,2 and continue onFile Size: 86KB. In the face of this interlocking and failsafe system for progestagen production throughout pregnancy, and despite a paucity of evidence that a deficiency of progesterone production is a cause of pregnancy loss in the mare, it is surprising, and worrying, that annually many thousands of pregnant mares throughout the world are given exogenous.

During early pregnancy, progesterone is produced in the equine ovary by the corpus luteum (CL), and its concentrations remain elevated and peak between 60 and days of gestation. ELSEVIER Steroid transformations in pregnant mares: Metabolism of exogenous progestins and unusual metabolic activity in vivo and in vitro William E.

Schutzer and Donald W. Holtan Department of Animal Sciences, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon, USA The mare possesses unique steroid hormone metabolic activity during pregnancy in that peripheral 4-pregnene- 3,20 Cited by: Progesterone should not be used for monitoring mid and late trimesters of equine pregnancy, as other progestins maintain the pregnancy.

Regumate does not cross-react with our assay. PMSG Baseline: Days Pregnant mare serum gonadotropin (PMSG), also known as equine chorionic gonadotropin (eCG), is a hormone that is secreted by the. Reprod Domest Anim. Aug;36() Luteal deficiency and embryo mortality in the mare. Allen WR(1).

Author information: (1)Thoroughbred Breeders' Association, Equine Fertility Unit, Mertoun Paddocks, Newmarket, Suffolk, UK. Four separate components combine to produce the progesterone and biologically active 5 alpha-reduced pregnanes needed to maintain pregnancy in the mare.

Progestins in plasma were determined with a commercial enzyme immunoassay for progesterone (ADI, Assay Designs, Ann Arbor, MI, USA) following the manufacturer's recommendations. The antiserum cross-reacts % with 5α-pregnane-3,dione, thus besides progesterone measuring accurately the most important pregnancy-specific equine progestin.

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A horse’s body type is often closely tied to its breed (see above), but a horse’s weight can fluctuate throughout the year and with a varied training schedule. A horse’s weight is also affected by its diet, and changes in weight may signal health issues. Keep a close eye on weight changes, and know what your horse’s baseline looks like (and.

Early equine pregnancy shares many features with that of more intensively assessed domestic animals species, but there are also characteristic differences.

Some of those are poorly understood. Descent of the equine conceptus into the uterine lumen occurs at day 5 to 6 after ovulation but is only possible when the embryo secretes prostaglandin E2.

Studies are discovering much about the effects of progestins on the brain: Among their benefits, progestins can boost brain regeneration and metabolism, alone or.

In order to maintain a constant, the images below between days are all of the same mare's pregnancy. There is a slight "bump" in the linearity on but the overall average is maintained. A temporary plateau of growth and final cessation of mobility within the uterus commences around day   Progesterone is a naturally occurring steroid hormone.

In non-pregnant women, the main sites of progesterone biosynthesis are the ovaries and. We have known for many years now that synthetic progestins increase risk for breast cancer.

As a research scientist who had spent 20+ years researching and publishing on the role of estrogen and progestogen binding to their receptors and regulating breast cell proliferation and differentiation prior to the WHI study's findings of increased risk, it was clear to me that the natural.

In some regions, veterinarians could use a sterile speculum to see if the cervix was tightly closed (indicating pregnancy) or relaxing (indicating the beginning of another heat cycle). Experienced equine veterinarians can feel a mechanical bulge in a mare’s uterus by Day 30 to 35 of gestation. Metabolism of progestins in the pregnant equine.

MPA and synthetic progestins are also shown to significantly increase, Premarin is made from pregnant horses’ urine, hence its name Pre (pregnant)-mar (horse)- in (urine).

It consists of a combination of conjugated equine (horse) estrogens that are more potent and more carcinogenic than other natural estrogens such as estradiol and.

After the amount of progestins in the blood drops, the lining of the uterus begins to come off and vaginal bleeding occurs (menstrual period). Progestins help other hormones start and stop the menstrual cycle. To help a pregnancy occur during egg donor or infertility procedures in women who do not produce enough progesterone.

pregnancy. Interpretation of blood proges-terone levels must take into account the month or stage of pregnancy. Early in pregnancy progesterone levels above ng/ml are considered adequate to support pregnancy. Mares with concentrations below ng/ml may be at some risk of pregnancy loss and supplementation may be warranted.

Progestins: The equine placenta appears not to synthesize progesterone. However, it secretes copious quantities of progestins (5-alpha-pregnanes), which serve the same function for maintainance of pregnancy.

Toward the end of gestation, blood levels of these progestins are typically times the maximal level of progesterone. Estrogen plus progestin therapy should not be used for the prevention of cardiovascular disease.

The Women's Health Initiative (WHI) estrogen plus progestin substudy reported increased risks of deep vein thrombosis, pulmonary embolism, stroke, and myocardial infarction in postmenopausal women (50 to 79 years of age) during years of treatment with daily oral conjugated estrogens ( mg.long-acting synthetic progestins labeled for use in women (eg, medroxyprogesterone acetate [Depo-Provera ]or alpha-hydroxyprogesterone hexanoate) for mainte-nance of pregnancy in mares; however, these formulations were unable to maintain pregnancy in mares after endoge-nous progesterone was eliminated by ovariectomy12 or prostaglandin F 2a (PGF.Keeping Current in Equine Theriogenology: The Mare December 1, BioRelease Technologies 1st Annual Review Lexington, Kentucky In addition, GnRH treatment of mares with small follicles (pregnancy .