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List of combined sex-hormonal preparations

This is a list of known combined sex-hormonal formulations. Brand names and developmental code names are in parentheses.

Androgens

Injection

Marketed

Veterinary

Marketed

Estrogens

Oral

Marketed

Injection

Marketed

Never marketed

Progestogens

Injection

Marketed

Androgens and estrogens

Oral

Marketed

  • Chlorotrianisene/methyltestosterone (Tace mit Androgen)[1]
  • Conjugated estrogens/methyltestosterone (Premarin with Methyltestosterone)
  • Dienestrol/methyltestosterone (Estan, Lucidon)
  • Dienestrol diacetate/methyltestosterone (Farmatest)
  • Diethylstilbestrol/methyltestosterone (Tylosterone)
  • Esterified estrogens/methyltestosterone (Covaryx, Eemt, Essian, Estratest, Menogen, Syntest)
  • Ethinylestradiol/methyltestosterone (Climatone, Dumone, Duotrone, Estandron, Femandren, Femovirin, Gynetone, Lynandron, Mepilin, Mixogen, Primodian)[1][2]
  • Methylestradiol/methyltestosterone (Klimanosid)[2]
  • Methylestradiol/methyltestosterone/reserpine (Klimanosid R)[1]

Injection

Marketed

Veterinary

Marketed

  • Diethylstilbestrol/methyltestosterone (Maxymin, Tylosterone)
  • Diethylstilbestrol/testosterone (Rapigain)
  • Estradiol benzoate/estradiol enanthate/testosterone enanthate (Uni-Bol)
  • Estradiol benzoate/testosterone propionate (Component E-H, Implix BF, Progro H, Synovex H)
  • Ethinylestradiol/methyltestosterone (Taril)

Estrogens and progestogens

Oral

Marketed

In birth control pills:

For menopausal hormone therapy and/or gynecological disorders:

  • Conjugated estrogens/medrogestone (Presomen)
  • Conjugated estrogens/medroxyprogesterone acetate (Prempro, Premphase)
  • Estradiol/drospirenone (Angeliq)
  • Estradiol/dydrogesterone (Femoston(R))
  • Estradiol/gestodene (Avaden, Avadene)
  • Estradiol/levonorgestrel
  • Estradiol/medroxyprogesterone acetate (Indivina, Tridestra)
  • Estradiol/norethisterone acetate (Activella, Activelle, Cliane, Estalis, Eviana, Evorel, Kliogest, Novofem)
  • Estradiol/norgestimate (Prefest)
  • Estradiol/progesterone (Bijuva)
  • Estradiol/trimegestone (Lovelle, Totelle)
  • Estradiol valerate/cyproterone acetate (Climen, Climen 28)
  • Estradiol valerate/estriol/levonorgestrel (CycloÖstrogynal)
  • Estradiol valerate/levonorgestrel (Cyclo-Progynova N)
  • Estradiol valerate/medroxyprogesterone acetate (Dilena, Divina, Divitren, Farludiol, Indivina, Sisare)
  • Estradiol valerate/norethisterone (Climagest, Climesse)
  • Estradiol valerate/norethisterone acetate (Cliovelle, Norestin, Trisequens)
  • Estradiol valerate/norgestrel (Cyclacur, Cyclocur, Cyclo-Progynova, Postoval, Progyluton)
  • Ethinylestradiol/ethisterone (Amenorone, Di-Pro, Duosterone, Menstrogen, Oracecron, Orasecron)[2][1]
  • Mestranol/noretynodrel (Enovid)

Not yet marketed

In birth control pills:

Transdermal

Marketed

In contraceptive patches:

For menopausal hormone therapy:

Vaginal

Marketed

In contraceptive vaginal rings:

Injection

Marketed

In combined injectable contraceptives:

For menopausal hormone therapy, gynecological disorders, habitual abortion, and other indications:

Never marketed

In combined injectable contraceptives:

For other indications:

Veterinary

Marketed

Androgens and progestogens

Oral

Marketed

  • Methyltestosterone/ethisterone (Androgeston)[1]

Injection

Marketed

Veterinary

Marketed

  • Danazol/megestrol acetate (Dogalact)
  • Nandrolone decanoate/methandriol dipropionate (Filybol, Tribolin)
  • Nandrolone phenylpropionate/methandriol dipropionate (RWR)

Estrogens, progestogens, and androgens

Oral

Marketed

  • Methylestradiol/normethandrone (Ginecosid, Ginecoside, Mediol, Renodiol)

Sublingual

Marketed

  • Estradiol/progesterone/methyltestosterone (Trihormonal)[1]
  • Ethinylestradiol/ethisterone/methyltestosterone (Trinestryl, Trimone Sublets)[1]

Injection

Marketed

Never marketed

Veterinary

Marketed

  • Estradiol/trenbolone acetate (Component, Compudose-G, Progro TE-H, Revalor, Synovex)
  • Estradiol benzoate/trenbolone acetate (Component TE-S, Synovex Choice, Synovex One, Synovex Plus)

Miscellaneous

Oral

Marketed

Mixed

Marketed

  • Goserelin/bicalutamide (ZolaCos CP)
  • Leuprorelin/norethisterone acetate (Lupaneta Pack)

See also

References

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