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Drugs - Danazol vs. Medroxyprogesterone

Q: What is the mode of action of Danazol (Gonablok) and Medroxyprogesterone (Meprate) in the treatment of menorrhagia?

A:Danazol acts as an androgen and exerts an anti-estrogenic effect. Medroxyprogesterone acts as a progestational agent and acts on the endometrium. The ultimate choice of a drug would depend on the patients symptoms and many other features.

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