GnRh analogues are hormones used in some assisted reproduction procedures that require a monitorisation of the ovarian cycle. These hormones are administered through injections the patient can apply to herself.
Although the gonadotropin releasing hormone analogues are widely used in assisted reproduction, their use as a medicine involves some risks.
It is the trade name under which a medicine used to trigger ovulation in women undergoing assisted reproductive treatments is sold. It is based on GnRH-analogues (gonadotropin-releasing hormone).