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What is the difference between levonorgestrel and estradiol?
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Dr. Wayne Ingram
Obstetrics & Gynecology
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In brief: Progesterone
Levonorgestrel is a synthetically manufactured progestational agen as opposed to Estradiol which is an estrogen.
The combination of the two hormones produces the suppression of ovulation and contraception.

In brief: Progesterone
Levonorgestrel is a synthetically manufactured progestational agen as opposed to Estradiol which is an estrogen.
The combination of the two hormones produces the suppression of ovulation and contraception.
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