Chorionic gonadotropin is a hormonal drug that is isolated from the urine of pregnant women. It is widely used for the prevention and treatment of infertility, stimulates ovulation in women and spermatogenesis in men.

pharmachologic effect

Chorionic gonadotropin is a hormone secreted by a woman's placenta during pregnancy. Refers to gonadotropic hormones, has differences in amino acid sequence.

The hormone gonadotropin is secreted from the first weeks of pregnancy, which is used in pregnancy tests in the early stages. The amount of the hormone increases sharply in a woman's body in the first 11 weeks of pregnancy, and then gradually decreases. A decrease in the hormone in the first trimester of pregnancy may indicate a possible spontaneous miscarriage or ectopic pregnancy.

The presence of human gonadotropin in men and non-pregnant women indicates hormonal disorders or malignant tumors.

The drug Chorionic Gonadotropin has a follicle-stimulating and gonadotropic (mainly luteinizing) effect, stimulating ovulation, spermatogenesis, development of the genital organs and the synthesis of sex hormones in the ovaries.