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What Does Progesterone Stimulate?

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Progesterone is a sex hormone that helps regulate cholesterol in the body. The cholesterol has the ability to make other important hormones such as estrogen, progesterone, testosterone and corticosteroids. Some of the major influences of progesterone are the promotion of the embryo, the ranging of biologic effects and the building block of steroid hormones.
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