In Part 2 of our May series on women and their hormones, we are going to talk progesterone.
Progesterone has the root “-gest-” right in the middle to tell you that its most well-known functions are all about gestation or pregnancy. A woman makes this important hormone in a temporary endocrine gland called the corpus luteum, which is formed in the space that is left behind after an egg is released from her ovary. Pretty cool, right?
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