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Possible Interaction: Progesterone and Substance P

supplement:

Progesterone

Research Papers that Mention the Interaction

This may be because progesterone and allopregnenolone reduce meningeal release of substance P and inhibit the development of neurogenic oedema.
Maturitas  •  2003  |  View Paper
In the anterior pituitary, the substance P content was increased after progesterone , and this increase was blocked by EB.
In the trigeminal nucleus, the substance P content was increased after progesterone and EB, while only progesterone affected neurokinin A content.
Injection with EB decreased the plasma concentration of substance P at the time of the positive feed‐back exerted by EB on gonadotropin … no effect on the plasma concentration of neurokinin A. In the hypothalamus, EB injection enhanced the substance P and neurokinin A content, while progesterone … substance P ….
Journal of neuroendocrinology  •  1998  |  View Paper
attenuated the effects of progesterone after electrical stimulation and substance P administration.
British journal of pharmacology  •  1996  |  View Paper
SGnRH and SP decreased PGE2 and progesterone and increased PGF2 alpha by CL1 and CL2.
General and comparative endocrinology  •  1994  |  View Paper
In the MDS, a 30-min perfusion with NPY, SP or VIP (10 nmol/l, 100 nmol/l and 1 mumol/l) induced significant acute effects on progesterone and oxytocin release.(ABSTRACT TRUNCATED AT 250 WORDS)
The Journal of endocrinology  •  1993  |  View Paper
The stimulatory effect of progesterone on GnRH-induced LH release was reduced by treatment with SP.
The Journal of endocrinology  •  1991  |  View Paper
These neuroanatomical data are consistent with the hypothesis that substance P may mediate some of the neural actions of progesterone.
Brain Research  •  1990  |  View Paper