Cyproterone acetate (CPA) is an antiandrogenic drug which has recently been recognized to promote the occurrence and growth of intracranial meningiomas. Nomegestrol acetate (NOMAC) is a widely used progestin-like drug that could be suggested as an alternative for patients taking CPA. We report a case of CPA-related meningioma for which relay from CPA to NOMAC led to further tumor growth and cessation of NOMAC-induced tumor shrinkage. We suggest NOMAC can have a similar effect than CPA on meningiomas. The use of NOMAC as replacement for CPA in the presence of a meningioma should be discouraged until further evidence becomes available on the role of NOMAC in such instances.